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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.
Bank of America is reportedly close to settling with the US Department of Justice for $17 billion. Is the wreckage of the 2008 financial crisis finally behind BofA? Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag to discuss portfolio management and when to take...
Media Stocks August 6, 2014 Uncle Joe Magyer breaks down Disneys latest quarter, the aftermath of the FOX-Time Warner non-merger, and what investors should be watching in Australia.
Coach rises on 4th-quarter results. Target falls after lowering guidance. Plus we analyze the struggles of restaurant group Bloomin Brands and the authenticity of Australian brands.
Joe Magyer is back from Australia to analyze Berkshire-Hathaways latest quarter. Plus we break down results from Michael Kors and Procter Gamble, and share highlights from our trip to San Francisco.
On todays show the guys dive into the latest earnings reports from the little-known but increasingly important Invensense, as well as SodaStream. Plus they take a look into the world of social media and how Twitter and Yelp fit into the picture.
We dip into the Fool Mailbag to answer your questions about American Express, Discover, and other financial stocks.
UPS and Tile Shop Holdings struggle with their quarterly earnings. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag.
Two mergers, two very different reactions on Wall Street. Zillow buys Trulia for $3.5 billion, but are they overpaying? On the other hand, Wall Street appears to love Dollar Tree buying fellow discount retailer Family Dollar for $8.5 billion. We...
Facebook and Under Armour rise on strong quarterly results. Plus, Motley Fool Funds analyst Tim Hanson discusses hedge fund manager Bill Ackmans bet against Herbalife.
We analyze the latest results from Apple, Pepsi and Comcast. And if you think were not going to talk about National Hot Dog Day, then its probably your first time listening to this podcast.
We analyze the latest earnings from Chipotle, McDonalds, Coca-Cola and Netflix.
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