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Who’s Betting Against Facebook?07/30/15
Facebook’s quarterly revenue tops $4 billion, but shares fall on concerns over the social network’s increased spending. Motley Fool Funds analysts Bill Barker and Charly Travers examine the latest results from Whole Foods Market, Wynn Resorts,...
The Good, The Bad and Yelp
Twitter’s revenue rises but the stock falls after management’s comments about future growth. Baidu is making an expensive bet, but will it pay off? Plus, we sift through the wreckage of Yelp’s latest quarter and celebrate National Chicken Wing Day.
Warning: This Warning May Cause 45% Drop
SiriusXM rises due to, among other things, strong auto sales. Online car shopping site TrueCar falls 45% on lowered guidance. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag to discuss how we might profit from the inevitable Rise Of The Machines.
Fiat Chrysler’s New Record
Cabot Oil & Gas reports a 2nd-quarter loss, much to the surprise of no one. Uncle Sam hands Fiat Chrysler a record $105 million fine. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag to analyze the potential growth of one utility and one restaurant.
The Rise & Rise of Under Armour
Under Armour hits another new high on strong Q2 results. “Jurassic World” and “Furious 7” fuel Comcast’s latest quarter. Plus we analyze the McDonald’s turnaround plan as all-day breakfast gets ready for its national debut.
Chipotle Puns, Sharknados, and Extreme Stock Picking
Earnings season goes into overdrive with reports from Apple, Chipotle, and GoPro. Plus news from Zillow and what our team is watching during the rest of earnings season.
IBM’s Turnaround is Worth Waiting For
Earnings season continues as the team takes a look at second quarter results from IBM and Traveler’s. Plus they break down what exactly happened at Toshiba, and they talk about the one thing you should be watching for in Apple’s earnings report.
PayPal Goes Public
The team takes a look at PayPal’s public market debut and what the future holds for the payment company now that it’s been cut free from eBay. Plus they take a look at earnings from Halliburton and Hasbro, and try to figure out what happened to Etsy...
Netflix Is The New Black
Netflix soars on strong international growth. Intel barely moves after raking in billions. And eBay jumps as it prepares to kiss PayPal goodbye. Plus we share one thing to watch in Google’s next earnings report.
Worst Acquisition Ever?
We analyze 2nd-quarter earnings from Bank of America, Delta Airlines & Yum Brands. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag and attempt to place BofA’s purchase of Countrywide on the list of “Worst Acquisitions Ever”.
Millennials vs. Boomers
GoPro rises on a strong (and warranted) upgrade. Amazon gears up for Prime Day. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag to analyze how millennials’ consumer habits are different from baby boomers, and how to invest accordingly.
Comcast’s Huge Opportunity
“Minions” takes in nearly $400 million worldwide, but parent company Comcast’s bigger opportunity lies in its new streaming service. Marathon Petroleum soars on a $15.6 billion acquisition. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag to figure out what’s behind...
A Cybersecurity Stock with Room to Run
In the wake of NYSE’s technical glitches (as well as United Airlines and WSJ.com), analyst Simon Erickson shares what he learned on his recent trip to Silicon Valley to visit FireEye, a cybersecurity company. We discuss the latest with cloud...
Earnings Preview: 2 Stocks We’re Watching
The Container Store rises on better-than-expected 1st-quarter results. A systems error grounds every flight United Airlines has around the globe. Plus, the analysts share why they’re keeping a close watch on Baidu and Amazon this earnings season.
2nd-quarter earnings season kicks off this week. Ron Gross & Morgan Housel analyze the earnings landscape, the strength of the U.S. dollar and why the energy industry is in for some pain. Plus, we discuss the impending sweet IPO that’s coming from...
A Short Public Life
Greek voters deliver a resounding “no”. Weight Watchers International gains on activist news. Plus, we analyze the short public life of Xoom, the mobile payment company recently acquired by PayPal.
Big Macro, BP’s Big Payout
Unemployment drops to 5.3%, which gives us a chance to discuss the Big Macro. We also analyze BP’s $18.7 billion settlement over the Deepwater Horizon disaster, Whole Foods Market’s apology for overcharges at its NYC locations, and Independence Day.
How Do You Sleep At Night?
General Mills struggles with a strong dollar. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag to answer listener questions about growth stocks, ethical investing and whether to join shareholder lawsuits. While covering a range of topics, the questions touch on the...
A $5 Billion Bet Gone Bad
In 2012 ConAgra bought Ralcorp for $5 billion and became the largest producer of private-label food in North America. Today ConAgra waved the white flag and announced it was selling its private-label business. We analyze the fallout, Disney merging...
China’s Corruption & Greece’s Next Step
Greece prepares for a referendum as the debt crisis continues. China’s auditor uncovers corruption at some of the country’s biggest state-owned companies. Motley Fool Funds portfolio manager Bill Mann analyzes those topics, plus a hot IPO in the UK...
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