MarketFoolery is a Monday-through-Thursday podcast featuring analysis of top business stories by a revolving group of Motley Fool analysts. It leads up to the Motley Fool Money Radio Show on Friday, which is syndicated across the country.
Anchored by Chris Hill, MarketFoolery offers 20 minutes of entertaining and lighthearted discussions about what's going on in the stock market today. Whether it's digestingChipotle'smost-recent earnings report or speculating aboutAmazon.com's plan to ship almost anything by remote-operated drones, no subject is off limits.
Analysts who appear on the show provide a Foolish perspective, focusing on the trends that affect a business over the next five or 10 years, not the next few minutes. And of course, it's all backed with a strong focus on the fundamentals -- not trend lines or patterns on a candlestick chart.
In many cases, the Fools may have a vested interest in the stocks they talk about, providing listeners with an informed and invested opinion on what's really going on. Foolish analysts from market-beating services such as Motley Fool Stock Advisor and Motley Fool Rule Breakers make frequent guest appearances to discuss stocks with which they are most familiar.
Recent episodes have covered a wide variety of topics:
- Will Volkswagenever recover from its emission scandal?
- Can Twitterturn a profit?
- Why is a fashion company buying a pizza chain?
- What should you make of the fantasy-sports phenomenon?
- Has Silicon Valley gone mad with eye-popping prices for hot start-ups?
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