It’s finally here! The episode that at least 3-4 listeners have asked for.....the non-investing podcast! 
Motley Fool Asset Management’s Bill Barker and Chris Hill are joined by 1st-time guest (and longtime Fool) Roger Friedman to talk about comedy influences, musicians who died too young, the epic “Tiger vs. Shark” battle and more.  Plus, we reveal the winners of our “CEO Buddy Cop movie” contest and wonder if we’ve made a terrible mistake by taping (and publishing) this episode.

Direct download: Market_Foolery_09_30_2017.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 3:00am EST

Roku jumps in its public market debut. Andy Cross and David Kretzmann take stock in the streaming device maker and talk millennial trends and trendy stock ideas.

Direct download: Market_Foolery_09_28_2017.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 4:05pm EST

Nike’s 1st-quarter profits fall 24%.  Bill Barker from Motley Fool Asset Management analyzes Nike’s challenges and the relative attractiveness of a stock close to a 2-year low.  Plus, we discuss Macy’s attempt to increase appeal among its biggest customers.  (Tangents include the existence of NHL fans, celebrity chefs, and details about our upcoming bonus episode.)

Direct download: Market_Foolery_09_27_2017.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:45pm EST

Richard Smith is out as chairman and CEO of Equifax.  Jason Moser analyzes the potential for a light at the end of the tunnel for shareholders. Plus, we dig into surprising profits from Ascena Retail and offer a sneak preview of our event next week in South Carolina.

Direct download: 20170926_MarketFoolery.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 1:16pm EST

Sprint and T-Mobile are close to a merger. Jason Moser and Taylor Muckerman analyze the long-term trend around mobile carriers and the potential for anti-trust concerns. Plus, we dig into General Electric’s latest sale and Twitter’s latest glimmer of hope.

Direct download: Market_Foolery_09_25_2017.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 1:42pm EST

Shares of chipmaker AMD pop on reports of a partnership with Tesla.  Motley Fool Asset Management’s Bill Barker analyzes the challenges Scholastic faces as its stock hits a 52-week low.  KB Home’s board of directors moves (with surprising speed) to punish its CEO.  Plus, we offer a sneak preview of our upcoming bonus episode and announce one of the prizes for our “CEO Buddy Cops” movie contest.

(Tangents include Las Vegas, the international space station, and our upcoming bonus episode!)

Direct download: Market_Foolery_09_21_2017.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 8:09pm EST

Nintendo shares hit a 9-year high on news of a big partnership. Bed, Bath, and Beyond takes a bath after reporting disappointing earnings. And Amazon gets into the wearables game. Aaron Bush and David Kretzmann discuss those stories and talk about what it all means for investors.

Direct download: Market_Foolery_09_20_2017.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 12:52pm EST

Toys R Us, the largest toy retailer in America, declares bankruptcy.  Abi Malin surveys the damage.  As Adidas sales in the U.S. continue to rise, we check in on its competition with Nike and UnderArmour.  Plus, we dip into the Fool Mailbag to answer the question, “How should I feel when an executive sells shares of his company stock?”

Direct download: Market_Foolery_09_19_2017.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 12:52pm EST

Northrop Grumman buys Orbital ATK for nearly $8 billion in cash. Taylor Muckerman analyzes why the deal makes sense for Northrop Grumman and shares why investors should expect more space-related business news.  We check in on “The Battle for the Living Room” with Roku pricing their IPO and a discussion of the business winners from last night’s Emmy Awards.

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Direct download: Market_Foolery_09_18_2017.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 12:21pm EST

United Natural Foods benefits from low expectations and a bidding war breaks out for Toshiba’s memory-chip division.  Aaron Bush analyzes those stories and breaks down the different strategies Alphabet, Amazon, Apple and Microsoft are employing to gain traction with their home assistant devices.

Direct download: Market_Foolery_09_14_2017.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 3:06pm EST