David Gardner

Co-founder of The Motley Fool

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  • Languages Spoken

    English

  • Travels From

    Washington DC, USA

  • David Gardner`s Keynote Speaker Fee This reflects David Gardner`s U.S. Speaking Fee

    Please Inquire

  • Languages Spoken

    English

  • Travels From

    Washington DC, USA

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The 10 Things We Should've Learned in School About Money

Think about what you learned in school: The Pythagorean theorem. The Gettysburg Address. Music. Art. These are important things to learn about; however, sometimes we’re taught them in lieu of a subject central to everything we do – money. In their most frequently requested...

Think about what you learned in school: The Pythagorean theorem. The Gettysburg Address. Music. Art. These are important things to learn about; however, sometimes we’re taught them in lieu of a subject central to everything we do – money. In their most frequently requested speech, David and Tom Gardner take the audience through a list of simple financial lessons to fix the bad habits (credit-card debt; managed mutual funds) and begin the good (investing for our future). Along the way, they put the financial world in its proper context, explain the at times confusing terminology of the financial world and give audiences the confidence and clarity to make good, sound investment choices.

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From the Front Lines: Today's Top Workplace and Business Trends

Not only are David and Tom Gardner media entrepreneurs who created an extraordinary service and a formidable business with The Motley Fool, but they’ve also been students of the game of business, following the corporate world like sports fanatics. In building the Motley Fool...

Not only are David and Tom Gardner media entrepreneurs who created an extraordinary service and a formidable business with The Motley Fool, but they’ve also been students of the game of business, following the corporate world like sports fanatics. In building the Motley Fool, they have created a business and a workplace that are the envy of employers everywhere—including recognition such as being named one of the “Top 10 Best Places to Work” by Washington Business Journal and the #1 “Media Business to Work For” by Business Insider beating out ESPN, Disney and Turner Broadcasting. Their passion for business trends and for being creating a workplace that people are proud of combined with the brothers’ distinct ability to deliver the obscure and esoteric in a friendly, easy-to understand manner makes for an informative and entertaining presentation on almost any business topic specifically suited to your organization.

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About Keynote Speaker David Gardner

About Speaker David Gardner…

David Gardner is a financial keynote speaker, market analyst, and co-founder of The Motley Fool. He co-founded the Motley Fool with his brother Tom Gardner in 1993 with the simple mission to help the world become better investors. He speaks on the top business trends and fundamental money advice.

David also advises the public on investment through The Motley Fool Radio Show, newsletters, newspaper columns, and books. He is lead advisor on The Motley Fool Rule Breakers advisory service, co-lead on The Motley Fool Stock Advisor, and creator of the online newsletter Supernova. Together with his brother Tom, he has co-authored several bestselling books: The Motley Fool Investment Guide, You Have More Than You Think, and The Motley Fool Investment Guide for Teens.

In addition, David is the inventor of Motley Fool CAPS, a site that features the collective intelligence of the Motley Fool Community to help choose and avoid stocks.

From an independent investment newsletter, the Motley Fool has become a multimedia financial services company, employing over 300 people, with offices worldwide, and helps millions of people to wisely invest. In 2014-2015, the Motley Fool was selected as the  No.1 Medium-Sized company to work for in the United States by Glassdoor.

David graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on a Morehead Scholarship.

Testimonials

“David Gardner’s enthusiasm was infectious. Our members thoroughly enjoyed his presentation and his message.”

NASBIC and the Venture Capital Institute

 

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