Gas, China, Food & Beverage Stocks
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by The Motley Fool
20h ago
Inflation is one of the big stories of the year, but consumers are finally getting relief at the pump. (0:21) Asit Sharma discusses: - The price of gas being lower than it was a year ago - Ripple effects (positive and negative) from lower gas prices - China stocks getting a short-term boost from the prospects of Covid restrictions being relaxed (9:45) Ricky Mulvey joins Asit to take a closer look at which food and beverage trends are gaining (and losing) steam. Stocks mentioned: BILI, JD, BYND, KO, SAM, KR Holiday Music: Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) by Dropkick Murphys Host: Chris Hill Gu ..read more
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Another New Trend from Robinhood?
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by The Motley Fool
2d ago
After helping to drive trading costs to $0, Robinhood offers a financial incentive for IRA investing. (0:21) Jason Moser discusses: - Whether Robinhood's 1% match on new IRA accounts will force other financial institutions to do the same - If the new service from the still-unprofitable Robinhood will reward shareholders - A new survey from Forbes Advisor about the increase in buy-now, pay-later activity and what it bodes for consumer savings in 2023 (10:25) Asit Sharma talks with Endava CEO John Cottrell about digital payment trends and differentiating from the competition. Stocks mentioned: H ..read more
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Getting Kids to Invest
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by The Motley Fool
3d ago
You might not expect to find a multi-bagger stock in aftermarket automotive parts. But, that's exactly what one retailer has accomplished. (0:44) Deidre Woollard and Jim Gillies discuss: - Europe's energy crunch, and why Russia isn't playing along with price caps. - Investing in economic cycles as a contrarian. - Why AutoZone is "one of the best managed companies and capital allocation stories." Plus, (17:31) Motley Fool Contributor Brian Withers joins Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp to discuss how to encourage kids to invest when time is on their side. Companies mentioned: AZO ..read more
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The Evolution of Max
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by The Motley Fool
4d ago
Executives at Warner Bros Discovery are planning to unveil a new streaming service combining the assets of HBO Max and Discovery+. (0:21) Jason Moser discusses: - How CEO David Zaslav's focus on profitability could pay off - WBD's underrated library of content - The rise of FAST (Free Ad-Supported TV) (12:30) Andy Cross talks with Airbnb co-founder Nat Blecharczyk about the latest improvements for the home-sharing platform. Stocks mentioned: WBD, NFLX, DIS, CMCSA, TTD, ABNB Holiday Music: Christmas Is Starting Now by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy Host: Chris Hill Guests: Jason Moser, Andy Cross, Nate B ..read more
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Indra Nooyi on Leadership, Culture, and Steve Jobs
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by The Motley Fool
5d ago
During her 12-year run as CEO of Pepsi, Indra Nooyi helped the company grow sales by 80%. Despite her success as one of the most powerful women in business, she's happy to be out of the world of “bits and bytes.” Motley Fool co-founder and CEO Tom Gardner caught up with Nooyi to discuss: - Other CEOs she's learned from - Building a culture of ownership - Decision-making as an art and a science Companies mentioned: PEP, AAPL, AMZN, PFE Indra Nooyi's best-selling book is "My Life in Full: Work, Family, and Our Future". Host: Tom Gardner Guest: Indra Nooyi Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Heathe ..read more
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Lessons From Great Investors
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by The Motley Fool
6d ago
The first rule of investing is don’t lose money. The other rules are a little more complicated. David Rubenstein is the Co-Founder and Co-Chairman of The Carlyle Group, and the author of ”How to Invest: Masters on the Craft”. Rubenstein joined John Rotonti to discuss: - Lessons from Warren Buffet, Larry Fink, and Seth Klarman - Genius and luck in investing - Happiness and expectations - Investing with a margin of safety Companies mentioned: CG, BLK, TSLA, HLT Host: John Rotonti Guest: David Rubenstein Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd, Kyle Carruthers ..read more
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Battling Giants
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by The Motley Fool
1w ago
What's it like competing against a business that's 1,000 times bigger than your own? (0:21) Emily Flippen discusses: - Salesforce co-CEO Bret Taylor leaving his job exactly one year after he got it - Whether the market is overreacting to Taylor and underreacting to a strong 3rd-quarter report from Salesforce - Kroger's strong profits and prospects for expanding its grocery empire with a proposed acquisition of Albertson's (12:10) Jeff Santoro and Jamie Louko engage in "bull vs. bear" debate over cloud infrastructure company DigitalOcean. Stocks mentioned: CRM, CMG, TEAM, KR, ACI, DOCN, MSFT, A ..read more
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FTX Collapse: Lessons for Investors
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by The Motley Fool
1w ago
The Dow closes out a strong (relative to other indices) month, and we take a closer look at the collapse of FTX. (0:21) Jim Gillies discusses: - Why the Dow Jones Industrial Average is "the dumbest index" - Where investors can find ballast for their portfolios (15:12) What actually happened with the collapse of FTX? Dylan Lewis and Ricky Mulvey take a closer look at that, as well as some key takeaways for investors. Stocks mentioned: SHOP, AAPL, KO, MSFT, COIN, HOOD, MSTR Host: Chris Hill Guests: Jim Gillies, Dylan Lewis Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineer: Dan Boyd ..read more
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Commodities...Seriously?
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by The Motley Fool
1w ago
With more retail data rolling in, it might also be time to start paying attention to commodities. (0:21) Asit Sharma discusses: - Cyber Monday's results mirroring Black Friday's - How the headlines around strong holiday retail may be masking weakness underneath - Why stock investors may have to start paying attention to the price of copper (9:50) Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp share some gift ideas the people on your list will actually enjoy. Stocks mentioned: ADBE Host: Chris Hill Guest: Asit Sharma, Alison Southwick, Robert Brokamp Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd, Rick Engdah ..read more
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China Protests Hit U.S. Stocks, NFL Viewing Hits New Record
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by The Motley Fool
1w ago
Apple's manufacturing challenges are just one of the story lines coming out of the recent protests in China. (0:21) Jason Moser discusses: - Black Friday's new record of $9 billion spent - How other retailers are competing with Amazon - NFL viewing on Thanksgiving Day setting new records (9:33) Bill Mann discusses: - Rising unemployment among China's young adults - How municipalities are "drowning in debt" - The challenges of sourcing ingredients and manufacturing in China for U.S. companies like Apple and Procter & Gamble Stocks mentioned: WMT, TGT, KSS, AMZN, ETSY, W, AAPL, SBUX, MCD, PG ..read more
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