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Microsoft & Caterpillar Destroy The Dow01/27/15
Microsofts and Caterpillars lackluster earnings are enough to single-handedly take down the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag to discuss shorting stocks.
It’s Hard Out There For A Toymaker
Mattels CEO resigns as the toymakers struggles continue. Housing stocks get a boost as DR Hortons 4th-quarter profits come in higher than expected. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag and offer a sneak preview of Apples earnings on Tuesday.
The Future of Starbucks is Hotdogs
On today's show the guys take a look at earnings from eBay, Kinder Morgan, and Starbucks. Plus they discuss the latest industry that Google could disrupt.
Netflix is Taking Over the World
On today's show the gang takes a look at earnings from Netflix and UnitedHealth Group. Plus they dive into the mailbag and discuss how to play the long term future of the energy industry.
Coming Soon to a Theater Near You
Amazon is getting into the movie business. Halliburtons 4th-quarter profits arent enough. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag to discuss dividend-paying stocks.
What The Swiss Currency Move Means For Investors
Columnist Morgan Housel analyzes the Swiss currency move and how it affects investors. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag and discuss what Wall Street market strategists are predicting for the stock markets return in 2015.
Tesla Motors: No Profits, No Problem
Teslas stock drops on CEO Elon Musks comments that the company will turn a profit in 2020. Motley Fool Funds analysts Bill Mann and Bill Barker share why long-term shareholders should not be concerned about that. We also discuss the latest results...
Smart Toasters, Drones & the Future of Gaming
Back from Las Vegas, our analysts share what they learned at this years Consumer Electronics Show, including technologys impact on the future of the video game industry and entertainment. Plus, travel tips for anyone heading to Sin City for a business...
Earnings Preview & Tiffany’s Stumble
Tiffanys stock falls after reporting weak holiday sales. Motley Fool Funds analyst Bill Barker discusses Tiffanys challenges overseas and shares his thoughts on energy and retail stocks as earnings season kicks off.
Protecting Against Downside & Costco’s Comps
Costcos same-store sales for December come in higher than expected. We discuss the relative importance of retail comps, as well as how investors can use options to protect themselves against potential losses.
Oil, Retail & The Impending Death of Wet Seal
Motley Fool Funds analysts Bill Barker and Bryan Hinmon discuss the price of oil and the opportunities for investors. JC Penney rises on stronger-than-expected holiday sales. And we examine the last, desperate days of teen apparel retailer Wet Seal.
Verizon & AOL, Coach goes shoe-shopping
Verizon considers a joint venture with AOL. El Pollo Loco rises on an upgrade, and Coach buys luxury shoe company Stuart Weitzman. We discuss these stories and more as we celebrate our 4th anniversary.
Why Twitter & Big Oil Need A Big 2015
Who needs a big 2015? Twitter, ExxonMobil and other big energy companies, say our analysts. Plus we make reckless predictions and share why BlackBerry and Zillow are the top stocks on our watchlists.
The Investing Journey
Chris Hill wraps up 2014 with a listener email, a few thoughts about Stephen Sondheim, and the journey that some (but not all) investors take.
Meet McKenna Haase
How can I get my kids investing? is one of the most commonly-asked questions. Chris Hill talks with high school senior McKenna Haase about how she got started, what adult investors can learn from teenagers, and her other passion in life: sprint car...
GDP & Keurig Gets Burned
3rd-quarter GDP grows 5%. Keurig Green Mountain recalls 7 million machines due to reports of burn-related injuries. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag and discuss the state of hedge funds.
Year in Review - Energy
We look back on the year in the energy industry, including the top energy stocks of 2014, a CEO of note, and a potential IPO for 2015.
Rite Aid soars. America runs away from Dunkin Brands. And Oracle closes in on an all-time high. Plus we discuss investing opportunities in Cuba.
Motley Fool Funds analyst Bill Barker breaks down the latest earnings reports from FedEx, Darden Restaurants and General Mills. Plus we discuss the relative importance of analyst upgrades downgrades.
Motley Fool Funds analysts Tim Hanson and Nate Weisshaar analyze Russias rising interest rate and falling ruble. Plus, they share insights (and travel tips) from their recent trips to South Korea and Brazil.
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