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Sex & The Single Stock02/26/15
Shares of L Brands, the parent company of Victorias Secret, have been on an incredible 5-year run. But is the stock a little too hot for Wall Street? Motley Fool Funds analyst Bill Barker discusses that story, plus a big deal in the coffee industry...
Housing, Solar & Pointless College Classes
Home Depot hits an all-time high. First Solar spikes on news of a partnership with SunPower Corp. Plus we analyze Cheggs latest quarter and share the college classes we got the least out of.
Why Investors Like The Oscars
PG sheds 100 brands. Is bigger no longer better? Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag and discuss why the Academy Awards is better for investors than it is for movie fans.
Ice Ice Baby
On todays show the guys continue to discuss Wal-Mart, take a look at earnings from Priceline and SolarCity, and discuss the future of one of the greatest hip hop artists of all time.
The Worst Retailer in America
On today's show the guys try to get in the head of Warren Buffett, wonder why Angie's List is still in business, and reveal the worst retailer in America.
Snow’s Effect on Business
How much does the snow impact a business? Well, it depends on the business. In a snow-themed episode, Chris Hill dips into the Fool Mailbag and shares a lesson he learned about reading the news with a business filter in mind.
Tesla Motors Is The Next Apple (Wait, What?)
Tesla Motors falls on bad 4th quarter results, but CEO Elon Musk believes the company can reach Apple-level heights. Plus we analyze Baidus latest results, and the end of American Express exclusive relationship with Costco.
America’s #1 Industry
Morgan Housel weighs in on the best-performing industry in America, why stocks are better than commodities, and his observations from The Money Show in Orlando. Plus, we talk Valentines Day and gift-giving with the one you love.
Big Red Is Back
Coca-Cola rises on surprising sales in North America. CVS Health proves that kicking the habit can be good for your business health. Plus we look back at GoPros latest quarter and discuss whether Wall Street misread the results.
Deepwater Drilling, Toys & Gripes
We analyze the latest results from Diamond Offshore and Hasbro. Plus, find out what really grinds our gears during earnings season.
Sports, Coffee & Accessories
We analyze the latest results from Under Amour, Michael Kors and Keurig Green Mountain. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag.
Disney’s Dominance & Chipotle’s Great Expectations
Disney stock hits an all-time high after a blowout quarter. Chipotle falls after quarterly results dont quite measure up to Wall Streets great expectations. Motley Fool Funds analyst Bill Barker discusses those topics and shares how investors can...
The Sexy World of Office Supplies
Staples and Office Depot hit multi-year highs on reports of a merger. Plus we analyze the damage among 3D printing stocks after Stratasys lowers guidance, as well as investing opportunities in the fast casual dining industry.
Worst. Business. Calls. Ever.
Despite 4th quarter revenue falling 21%, ExxonMobils stock rises proves that sometimes bigger is better. Plus we analyze the future of lululemon athletica and the worst business calls of all time.
Investing in the UK
Dominic Jermey, CEO of UK Trade Investment, stops by Fool HQ to discuss the investing landscape in the UK and why pension reform is so important for individuals. In this special Friday edition of MarketFoolery, the guys also discuss individual stocks...
Facebook’s Growth & McDonald’s New CEO
McDonalds is lovin a new CEO. Facebooks mobile growth continues to astonish. And Harley-Davidson struggles with a strong U.S. dollar. Motley Fool Funds analyst Bill Barker discusses those stories and vast spectrum of Super Bowl snacks.
Apple, China & the iPhone’s Biggest Question
Apple reports record profits, but as Motley Fool Funds analyst Tim Hanson points out, there is still one important question looming over the iPhone business. Tim analyzes the recent elections in Greece and the investing landscape in China. Plus he...
Microsoft & Caterpillar Destroy The Dow
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.
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