Join host Chris Hill and a team of Motley Fool investment analysts as they cover the day’s top business news and financial headlines, while breaking down the stock market implications for long-term, business-focused investors. Tune in on weekends for the greatest investing classes you never got the chance to take in school and perspectives from special guests helping to shape the future.
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Chris Hill is terrible, no advice and likes to basically ask futuristic questions to guest that no one can predict. Please bring back the individual podcast (Mon/fri) that people love. I miss Bro and Ali and Friday with Brian and Dylan. If you are trying to make Chris Hill your your horse, sadly you bet on the wrong pony. Loyal MF fan. But, I’m about to unsubscribe from everything and go elsewhere.
This is better than the Motley Fool Rule Breaking Investing podcast. This is only about 20-30 minutes long and it’s daily. Most of the regular contributors provide decent content. I don’t know that I would use this as investing advice, but they offer interesting opinions and ideas. I have the impression that the Fool’s investing approach is mainly to pick a few winners that are multi-baggers. Those outsized gains should more than offset any losers. So, they seem to lean toward growth and more sp... more
Bill Mann, please stop laughing at your own bad jokes.
Coming from a guy, Mark sounded like kind of a dick in this episode. Condescending and douche. Usually love your show.
Definitely listen every day to understand what’s going on in the markets. Question: does the privacy/tracking crackdown from Apple and soon Android help or hurt a buy side platform like Tradedesk?
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