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Tom and David Gardner are brothers and co-founders of the popular personal finance information company The Motley Fool. Their new "Motley Fool Money-Making Life-Changing Special" airs on PBS stations this month. They join Diane to explain their simple approach to investing, and to talk about some of the concerns many people share amid the recent stock market fluctuations.
- David Gardner co-founder of "The Motley Fool," and producer of "The Motley Fool Money Making Life Changing Special"
- Tom Gardner co-founder of "The Motley Fool," and producer of "The Motley Fool Money Making Life Changing Special"
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