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We dip into the Fool Mailbag to answer questions about energy, healthcare IT and buying on margin.
As Alibaba gears up for the biggest IPO in history, Motley Fool Funds analyst Tim Hanson shares why he has no interest in the stock. Plus we analyze the business of the NFL, one companys disappearing CEO, and things to do when youre visiting...
Morgan Housel analyzes the best way to think about trends, what Scotlands independence means for investors and what to do in DC.
On todays show the guys try to figure out what the future may hold for sears, what Microsoft plans to do with Minecraft, and which fall beer is the best.
We dig into the Fool Mailbag to answer listener questions about GoPro, Vail Resorts and how to balance buy hold with an opportunistic cash balance.
RadioShack posts its 10th consecutive quarterly loss, while lululemon athletica rises on better-than-expected quarterly results. Plus we analyze Krogers latest quarter and how retailers balance online sales with in-store sales.
Motley Fool Funds technology analyst Tony Arsta breaks down Apples new iPhones, smart watch and mobile payment system. Plus he shares observations from a recent conference on investing in emerging markets.
Activision Blizzard unveils Destiny, its new $500 million game. Plus we analyze which Apple competitors are nervous and Barnes Nobles new 52-week high.
Campbells Soup sinks on low guidance. Twitter rises on a new Buy Now feature. Plus we analyze the business of fantasy football and whether wed buy the NFL if it was a stock.
Motley Fool Funds analyst Tim Hanson breaks down Yum Brands disappointing results in China and shares why investors should consider little banks.
CVS Caremark kicks the tobacco habit one month early and rebrands as CVS Health. Plus we analyze Apples iCloud problems in the run-up to next weeks unveiling of the iWatch and iPhone 6.
We analyze Burger Kings purchase of Tim Hortons, Halliburtons billion-dollar settlement, and the resurrection of Arthur Andersen.
Ron Gross analyzes the keys to deep value investing, what opportunities he sees in the market right now, and when activist investors matter the most.
Fool.com Managing Director Austin Smith analyzes the recent MA activity, shares his outlook on the stock market and why Zillow is the most interesting company on his radar.
James Early breaks down the keys to finding good dividend-paying stocks, which companies have the best track records, and why raising a stocks dividend is not automatically a good thing.
How do you get your friends and family involved in investing? Jason Moser offers some advice for how to get those closest to you (including kids) interested in owning stocks.
We analyze the latest results from Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and SeaWorld Entertainment. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag and try to answer the question, Which company has more powerful robots: Amazon or Disney?
On todays show the guys go through some of the latest earnings highlights, including SolarCity, Macys, and Kate Spade. Plus they take a look at Amazons newest product and try to figure out why Amazon hates every other company in the world.
Chris Hill reflects on the career of Robin Williams and why we invest.
Priceline rises on strong 2nd-quarter results. Amazon starts a brief fight with Disney. Plus, the guys share their business takeaways from recent trips to Portugal and the UK.
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