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This podcast gives you a smart, cool headed and down to earth wrap on the latest finance and investing news from Australia & around the world. Investing legends Scott Phillips and Andrew Page walk you through what’s really going on and what you need to know to make great financial decisions. Subscribe to get your regular fix of BS-free money advice. Sign up for the newsletter at fool.com.au/triplem For more episodes download the free LiSTNR app
 
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Saving, spending, planning — you've got money questions and we've got answers. Every week host Alison Southwick and personal finance expert Robert Brokamp challenge the conventional wisdom on life's biggest financial issues to reveal what you really need to know to make smart money moves. Send your questions to answers@fool.com.
 
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The Dow closes out a strong (relative to other indices) month, and we take a closer look at the collapse of FTX. (0:21) Jim Gillies discusses: - Why the Dow Jones Industrial Average is "the dumbest index" - Where investors can find ballast for their portfolios (15:12) What actually happened with the collapse of FTX? Dylan Lewis and Ricky Mulvey tak…
 
-- Isn't inflation good for us? -- Do 'real' returns really matter? -- US dollars or US tech. Or neither? -- Can I consolidate my share registries? -- What's a 'Target Price'? -- Short or long term Term Deposits? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.LiSTNR
 
With more retail data rolling in, it might also be time to start paying attention to commodities. (0:21) Asit Sharma discusses: - Cyber Monday's results mirroring Black Friday's - How the headlines around strong holiday retail may be masking weakness underneath - Why stock investors may have to start paying attention to the price of copper (9:50) A…
 
Apple's manufacturing challenges are just one of the story lines coming out of the recent protests in China. (0:21) Jason Moser discusses: - Black Friday's new record of $9 billion spent - How other retailers are competing with Amazon - NFL viewing on Thanksgiving Day setting new records (9:33) Bill Mann discusses: - Rising unemployment among China…
 
Shoppers may need to switch from steak to bologna, but they still need to eat. That’s just one reason for investors to watch consumer staples if you’re concerned about a recession. Richard Bernstein is the CEO and Chief Investment Officer of Richard Bernstein Advisors. Before that he was the Chief Investment Strategist at Merrill Lynch. Motley Fool…
 
Some moats are obvious, like a fortress balance sheet or Live Nation’s ownership of the live music. Others are made on mountains that nobody else wants. If you look hard enough, you can find companies with unusual competitive advantages. Motley Fool Canada’s Jim Gillies and Iain Butler join Ricky Mulvey to discuss: - What it means for a company to …
 
Cue the sound effect, it's time for our Thanksgiving Special! (0:21) Ron Gross and Jason Moser discuss: - Humble Pie (aka, stocks we were wrong about) - Stocks we're thankful for - Turkey stocks to avoid - Financial topics we really hope don't come up this holiday season (19:11) We revisit our conversation Scott Galloway, author of the bestselling …
 
Today we’re taking a break from investing and finance. If you’re looking to kill some time, have a listen to this motley array of nonsense! (1:45) Chris Hill, Bill Barker, and Bill Mann discuss: - What should be on the “Mount Rushmore of Thanksgiving Side Dishes” - Where we would go if we were in the Witness Protection program - Pro sports mascots …
 
Nordstrom is facing a problem with its customers, while Autodesk faces a problem it created. (0:21) Asit Sharma and Tim Beyers discuss: - Questions about Autodesk’s capital allocation strategy. - Nordstrom's plans for a tough retail environment. - Favorite Thanksgiving traditions! (12:44) Tim White joins Tim Beyers for an audio version of “This Wee…
 
Profitable, and worth more than $20 billion, Zoom Video may also be an acquisition target. (0:21) Bill Mann discusses: - Bob Iger's second day back as CEO - Best Buy, and CEO Corie Barry, defying expectations (again) - Zoom Video shares falling close to a 2-year low - How Zoom could fit well into Oracle's business (12:25) Robert Brokamp talks with …
 
Late Sunday night the board of directors at The Walt Disney Company fired CEO Bob Chapek and re-hired Bob Iger. (0:21) Jason Moser discusses: - The board's sudden reversal on Chapek - Expected changes in Disney's executive ranks - Iger's strengths in building relationships - Iger's track record in succession planning (13:11) Dylan Lewis and Kirsten…
 
The big three healthcare companies aren’t paying much attention to Mark Cuban’s new health care venture, Cost Plus Drugs. But their margins could mean a huge opportunity for the new start-up. Chris Hill caught up with Cuban to discuss: - Why he’s able to sell a leukemia drug for thousands of dollars less than competitors - Stocks he bought during t…
 
-- How can CBA offer so little interest on savings? -- What if all this growth is for nothing? -- What about Brambles? -- Setting up an ETF portfolio for retirement. -- How do we think about when to invest overseas? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.LiSTNR
 
Live from the Hawk & Griffin Pub in Vienna, Virginia...it's Motley Fool Money! Chris Hill talks with Bill Mann, Emily Flippen, and David Gardner about: - 2022 through the lens of a small business - The importance of evaluating the management team of a small cap company - How fear can be contagious for investors - Keeping an eye on inflation as we h…
 
If a huge week of retail earnings told us anything, it's that not everyone is ready for the holidays. (0:30) Emily Flippen and Jason Moser discuss: - Walmart beating expectations and raising guidance - Home Depot and Lowe's delivering the goods (without a boost in share prices) - Target's self-inflicted problems continuing - Former Domino's CEO Pat…
 
Fictional character Alex P. Keaton and real-life CEO Warren Buffett have at least one thing in common. (0:21) Ron Gross discusses: - Getting inspiration from a sitcom character - Buying his 1st stock from research in an investing newsletter - His enduring admiration for Costco - The undefinable-but-real value of the “Buffett Premium” when examining…
 
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