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Netflix & Panera Hit All-Time Highs04/16/15
Netflix adds nearly 5 million subscribers in its latest quarter. UnitedHealth’s 1stquarter profits rise 28%. And shares of Panera Bread soar on news of a bigger stock buyback plan. We analyze those stories, as well as the hot IPOs from Etsy and Party...
The Tech Merger Nobody Asked For
Intel’s 1st quarter was a mixed bag, but optimism pushes the stock higher. Nokia buys Alcatel-Lucent, but does anyone think it’s a good idea? Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag, analyze Smith & Wesson’s latest quarter, and discuss the EU’s problems...
Banks, Housing, Cars & Ice Cream
JPMorgan Chase hits a 15-year high. Zillow falls on lowered guidance. Pep Boys posts a loss for the quarter. We analyze those stories, plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag and celebrate Ben & Jerry’s Free Cone Day.
Sports Business & Investing
Under Armour bets big on Masters golf champion Jordan Spieth. We analyze the sports apparel landscape, Pepsi’s new deal with the NBA, and what to expect from Exxon Mobil and Chevron in the wake of Royal Dutch Shell’s $70 billion deal.
Small Cap Investing
As the co-advisor of Motley Fool Hidden Gems, Seth Jayson spends his time looking for investing opportunities in small cap stocks. In this episode analyzes the state of today’s stock market and shares why he doesn’t go looking for small caps...
Cable Wars, Twitter & A Tasty IPO
Is Twitter being sized up by tech giants like Google and Facebook? How bad is it getting for cable networks? And Bojangles can serve up a nice platter of chicken & biscuits, but is their S-1 filing to go public just as enticing for investors? We...
Earnings Preview, Part 2
Motley Fool Funds portfolio manager Bill Mann shares why he’s watching oil & gas services companies this quarter, and why DreamWorks Animation needs a hit. Plus we discuss what (if anything) FedEx buying TNT Express portends for the EU, and hidden...
Earnings Preview: Google, Facebook, and More
Earnings season kicks off this week. We share why we’re watching Google and Facebook, and why Home Away and Stratasys need to deliver a big quarter. Plus, we analyze Tesla Motors’ surprising Q1 sales and share 3 book recommendations for investors.
The Perfect Storm vs. The Perfect Calm
Motley Fool Funds analyst Bill Barker discusses the “perfect calm” and its effect on the stock market. Plus, we share listeners’ reactions to our April 1stepisode and offer travel tips for anyone visiting the City of Brotherly Love.
Visa & Mastercard’s Worst Nightmare
What do the credit card industry leaders fear the most? A company with the vision to crack the one demographic Visa, Mastercard and American Express haven’t yet: kids. On today’s episode we talk with CEO Larry McCloskey about KiddieCard, which offers...
Don’t Get a Nasty Burn
With April right around the corner the gang discusses why the month has historically been a strong one for the stock market. In addition, they chat about cable industry consolidation and dive into the listener mailbag to answer an index fund vs ETF...
Amazon Prepares to Conquer Yet Another Market
On today’s show the guys discuss the latest acquisition in the pharmaceutical industry, the booming breakfast wars, and which company Amazon is preparing to make miserable.
Housel Data: What We’re Missing
Columnist Morgan Housel discusses the state of the housing industry, why the last 25 years are so different from the previous 100 years, and the key housing data point we tend to overlook. Plus he shares some highlights from his recent interview with...
Buffett’s Latest Buy
Berkshire-Hathaway and 3G team up again as Heinz merges with Kraft Foods. But is Warren Buffett on the hunt for yet another big deal? Merck and AutoZone announce stock buyback plans. Motley Fool Funds analyst Bill Barker shares why AutoZone...
Silicon Valley vs. Wall Street
Google goes to Wall Street to find its next CFO. Is Silicon Valley offering better opportunities than Wall Street? Plus, McCormick serves up some spicy earnings, the biggest copper producer in the public markets takes a machete to its dividend and we...
Lawyers, Drones & Money
What do investors need to know about class action lawsuits? How quickly will flying drones get the green light from Uncle Sam? And why oh why are pop music stars suing start-up food companies? We tackle these legal questions and more with The Motley...
SXSW 2: Rise Of The Machines
More investing takeaways from South By Southwest! Motley Fool analyst Simon Erickson discusses the growing healthcare trend of “citizen health”, predictive analytics, and how human-computer interfaces will create efficiencies before, of course, the...
SXSW: What Investors Need To Know
Fresh off their visit to South By Southwest, Motley Fool analysts David Kretzmann and Aaron Bush discuss their impressions, including the continued rise of mobile, the evolution of e-commerce, and why Big Data and the ride-sharing economy are trends...
Airlines, Housing & St. Patrick’s Day Business
American Airlines rises after being added to the S&P 500 index. Housing starts in February fall 17% due to bad weather. And which industry gets a major lift from St. Patrick’s Day? (Hint: It’s not the obvious choice.)
132,500,000 Reasons For Disney Shareholders To Smile
Cinderella takes in $132.5 million at the box office worldwide and pushes shares of Walt Disney Co. to a new all-time high. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag to analyze Toyota’s latest results and how to balance a great business with an expensive...
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