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As much as we love stocks, sometimes the Big Macro really does drive the market.  (0:21) Emily Flippen and Ron Gross discuss: - Stronger-than-expected GDP sending stocks higher - Tesla ending the year on a high note - Chevron's record profits and huge buyback plan - Visa and Mastercard delivering strong profits (again)  - The latest from Intel, Microsoft, Southwest Airlines, and Johnson & Johnson (19:11) Deidre Woollard talks with Corrado Russo, head of global securities at Hazelview Investments, about real estate, REITs, and a part of the market investors might want to avoid.  (30:00) Emily and Ron discuss Chipotle's plan to hire 15,000 workers for "burrito season" and share two stocks on their radar: Mercedes Benz Group and Domino's Pizza.  Looking for stocks trading at a discount?  Go to www.fool.com/report to get your free copy of our "5 Stocks Under $49" report. Stocks discussed: TSLA, INTC, CVX, MSFT, LUV, MA, V, JNJ, REXR, CMG, MBGYY, DPZ Host: Chris Hill Guests: Emily Flippen, Ron Gross, Deidre Woollard, Corrado Russo Engineer: Rick Engdahl
If you attempted to fly Southwest Airlines over the holidays, you're not going to be surprised by their latest earnings results. (0:20) Tim Beyers discusses: - Southwest's $220 million loss - Why the airline has "a more fundamental problem" - Comcast's growing subscribers (and costs) in its streaming service, Peacock (11:00) Ricky Mulvey talks with Catie Peiper about Netflix's international expansion and programming strategy.  Companies discussed: LUV, CMCSA, NFLX, WBD Host: Chris Hill Guests: Tim Beyers, Catie Peiper Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Rick Engdahl, Tim Sparks
Eyes on the Cloud

Eyes on the Cloud

2023-01-2530:021

Investors are paying up for stability, as big tech growth slows down. (0:15) Dylan Lewis and Motley Fool Chief Investment Officer Andy Cross discuss: - Microsoft's quarter, and lower growth expectations for its cloud business. - What long-term investors can expect from Microsoft. - The Department of Justice's suit against Alphabet, and a shifting regulatory environment. - Kimberly Clark's "less than stellar" quarter. Plus, (16:25) Motley Fool Canada's Jim Gillies joins Ricky Mulvey to give the bull case for one of the most heavily shorted stocks of 2022. Companies discussed: MSFT, GOOG, GOOGL, TTD, KMB, BIG Host: Dylan Lewis Guests: Andy Cross, Jim Gillies Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Rick Engdahl, Tim Sparks
How long will macroeconomic pressures persist in 2023? (0:21) Asit Sharma discusses: - Johnson & Johnson's 4th-quarter profits falling 25% - Why he likes the company's balance of pharma and medtech - 3M's challenges and why an increase in consumer-facing solutions may be a better route (10:40) Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp answer your questions about saving for retirement, bonds, and more. Looking for stocks trading at a discount? Go to www.fool.com/report to get your free copy of our "5 Stocks Under $49" report. Stocks discussed: JNJ, MMM, BND Host: Chris Hill Guest: Asit Sharma, Alison Southwick, Robert Brokamp Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineer: Rick Engdahl  
Major banks are teaming up like The Avengers to take on powerful forces: Apple Wallet and PayPal. (0:21) Jason Moser discusses: - Spotify becoming the latest company to announce layoffs - Seven large banks combining forces to create a digital wallet product - How and why Apple and PayPal have such a large lead in this industry (12:40) Asit Sharma and Rickey Mulvey discuss corporate governance and an under-the-radar pop culture company going through some fundamental changes.  Our new report, "5 Pullback Stocks" is available for free to Stock Advisor members. To access the report just go to www.fool.com/Pullback. Stocks discussed: SPOT, WFC, BAC, JPM, COF, PNC, USB, TFC, AAPL, PYPL, DIS, MSGS, PG, FNKO Host: Chris Hill Guest: Jason Moser, Asit Sharma Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineer: Rick Engdahl
You wouldn't know it from its recent struggles, but for most of the 20th century General Electric was one of the most important companies (and stocks) in America. William D. Cohan is a founding partner of digital news business Puck and the author of “Power Failure: The Rise and Fall of an American Icon.” Cohan joined Ricky Mulvey to discuss: - The mythology behind General Electric’s birth - How corporations struggle mightily with CEO succession - Jack Welch and the religion of earnings consistency - Why he believes a combination between Warner Brothers Discovery and NBCUniversal is “inevitable” Companies discussed: GE, DIS, WBD, CMCSA Host: Ricky Mulvey Guest: William D. Cohan Engineer: Rick Engdahl, Tim Sparks, Annie Franks
The broad real estate market underperformed the S&P 500 in 2022, but the upside is investors can find some cheaper opportunities in a cyclical sector. Deidre Woollard and Motley Fool Contributor Matt Frankel discuss:  - How REITs differ from stocks - Publicly traded vs. private REITs - One office REIT that's evolving  - Ways to spot a yield trap - REITs benefiting from e-commerce trends Companies/REITs discussed: ESRT,  SPG, PLD, GOOG, GOOGL, META, O, SKT, KIM, VNQ, EWRE, IIPR  Host: Deidre Woollard  Guest: Matt Frankel Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineer: Rick Engdahl, Tim Sparks
Alphabet and Microsoft are laying off a combined 22,000 employees. Is Apple next? (0:21) Matt Argersinger and Jason Moser discuss: - The ripple effect of Big Tech Layoffs - Netflix founder Reed Hastings stepping down from his co-CEO role - Cancellation rates soaring in one segment of the housing market - Differing views on interest rates from two major bank CEOs - The latest from Procter & Gamble, Nordstrom, and holiday retail data (19:11) John Rotonti talks with Jurrien Timmer, Director of Global Macro at Fidelity Investments, about what history can teach about the current market cycle and sectors that may hold opportunities for investors.  (33:30) Jason and Matt answer listener questions about CEOs they'd like to shadow for a day and under-the-radar trends, and share two stocks on their radar: Roper Technologies and Regions Financial.  Motley Fool Stock Advisor is open to new members for just $99 a year. Join the hundreds of thousands of investors in Stock Advisor by going to www.fool.com/intro. Stocks discussed: MSFT, GOOG, AAPL, NFLX, KBH, JWN, PG, JPM, MS, BX, ETSY, SBUX, ROP, RF Host: Chris Hill Guests: Jason Moser, Matt Argersinger, John Rotonti, Jurrien Timmer Engineer: Rick Engdahl
Data this week suggest India is about to pass China as the world's most populous country.    (0:25) Bill Mann discusses: - Procter & Gamble bumping up against the limits of its pricing powers - Why China still has a demand problem - How companies in the U.S. are moving some operations from China to Vietnam and India   (11:25) Sanmeet Deo talks with Dexcom CEO Kevin Sayer about his company's work in continuous glucose monitors and a major shift affecting the future of healthcare. Stocks discussed: PG, CMG, AAPL, SBUX, DXCM   Host: Chris Hill Guest: Bill Mann, Sanmeet Deo, Kevin Sayer Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Rick Engdahl, Tim Sparks
As many expected, Microsoft announced the layoff of 5% of its employees.   (0:21) Asit Sharma discusses: - The Producer Price Index falling 0.5%, much more than economists were expecting - Microsoft's layoffs, and whether Alphabet will be next - Why he's expecting more questions about layoffs this earnings season, but also more talk of where companies are investing   (9:25) Is Lululemon Athletica facing short-term headwinds or long-term challenges? Ryan Henderson and Jamie Louko go head to head in our latest Bull vs. Bear debate! Our flagship service, Stock Advisor, is open to new members for just $99 a year. To access this exclusive offer go to www.fool.com/intro.   Stocks discussed: MSFT, CRM, AMZN, GOOG, GOOGL, LULU, NKE   Host: Chris Hill Guest: Asit Sharma, Ryan Henderson, Jamie Louko Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineer: Rick Engdahl
Goldman Sachs Drags Down the Dow The investment bank suffered its worst earnings miss in a decade.   (0:21) Jason Moser discusses: - 4th-quarter profits for Goldman Sachs falling 66% - How investments in Marcus and the Apple Card partnership haven't paid off yet - Disney's blunt response to activist investor Nelson Peltz   (11:00) Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp talk with Stephanie Marini, certified financial planner, about what investors need to know how The Secure 2.0 Act affects savings and retirement.   Looking to get a jump start on your 2023 financial goals? Our flagship service, Stock Advisor, is open to new members for just $99 a year! Access this special offer by visiting www.fool.com/intro.   Stocks discussed: GS, DIS   Host: Chris Hill Guest: Jason Moser, Alison Southwick, Robert Brokamp, Stephanie Marini Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineer: Rick Engdahl
"Guidance becomes even more important in this environment." Liz Ann Sonders, Chief Investment Strategist at Charles Schwab, returns to offer her perspective on what investors should be watching this earnings season, as well as: - The unlikely start to her career in investing - Key macroeconomic data she and her team at Schwab are focused on - Her question about crypto - One idea to improve the odds of financial independence Host: Chris Hill Guest: Liz Ann Sonders Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Tim Sparks, Heather Horton
You don’t put premium gas in a rental car. And that attitude is why we like to find companies with a high degree of inside ownership. Bill Mann, director of small-cap research at The Motley Fool, joins Ricky Mulvey to discuss: - How to think about allocation for smaller companies - Key small cap metrics to watch - Boring businesses that warrant more attention - A closer look at a real estate brokerage, a coffee supplier, and a Bitcoin holding firm that masquerades as a software company Companies discussed: CMG, WDFC, GGG, TREX, RDFN, WEST, MSTR Host: Ricky Mulvey Guest: Bill Mann Engineer: Tim Sparks
Earnings season officially kicked off! (0:21) Jason Moser and Ron Gross discuss: - Inflation falling for the 6th month in a row - The common view Jamie Dimon and Brian Moynihan have on the U.S. economy - Disney’s fight with activist investor Nelson Peltz - Starbucks and News Corp becoming the latest companies announcing a return to offices - The latest from Delta Air Lines and Outset Medical (19:11) David Henkes, senior principal at Technomic, shares how the restaurant industry is “recession resistant”, the rise of drive-through, and the impact of Dry January on restaurants.   (36:15) Ron and Jason share three investments on their radar: Nasdaq Cybersecurity ETF, Industrial Select Sector Fund, and S&P Global Infrastructure ETF. Motley Fool premium members, click here to link your Motley Fool membership to a Spotify account and begin listening to this exclusive new podcast! If you're not a member, you can get a preview of the show and learn how to get access here on Spotify! Stocks discussed: JPM, BAC, WFC, CITI, DIS, NKE, SBUX, NWS, NWSA, DAL, AAL, OM, MCD, CMG, SAM, CIBR, XLI, GII Host: Chris Hill Guests: Ron Gross, Jason Moser, David Henkes Engineer: Rick Engdahl
Walmart isn't the first company that comes to mind when thinking about technology platforms, but that's not stopping the retailer from expanding. (0:21) Emily Flippen discusses: - Nelson Peltz and Trian Fund Management pushing for a seat on Disney's board - Why Peltz is "a day late and a dollar short" - Salesforce partnering up with Walmart   (11:30) Ricky Mulvey talks with Jamie Harris, CFO of freight booking company RXO, about what his business saw during the holidays and how RXO is disrupting a surprising industry.   Our new report, "5 Pullback Stocks" is available for free to Stock Advisor members. To access the report just go to www.fool.com/Pullback.   Stocks discussed: DIS, NKE, WMT, CRM, RXO   Host: Chris Hill Guest: Emily Flippen, Jamie Harris Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Tim Sparks, Rick Engdahl
Wells Fargo Steps Back

Wells Fargo Steps Back

2023-01-1121:232

What does it say when a market leader steps back from….leading? (0:21) Asit Sharma discusses: - Wells Fargo, once the biggest player in mortgages, announces it is making a strategic shift - The role that the current state of housing plays in Wells Fargo's decision - Our brand new podcast, Stock Advisor Roundtable (10:15) Tim Beyers and Tim White take a closer look at "key person risk". Motley Fool premium members, click here to link your Motley Fool membership to a Spotify account and begin listening to this exclusive new podcast! And if you're not a member, you can get a preview of the show and learn how to get access here on Spotify! Stocks discussed: WFC, CRM, SFIX, GOOG, GOOGL Host: Chris Hill Guest: Asit Sharma, Tim Beyers, Tim White Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Rick Engdahl, Tim Sparks
A bull market in the MSCI Asia Pacific index doesn’t mean investors should make rash investment decisions.   (0:21) Bill Mann discusses: - How U.S. companies can be a better way to play China’s reopening - Jay Powell’s latest speech reinforcing the Fed’s focus on stability - The potential for other CEOs following Bob Iger’s lead as Disney employees return to offices starting March 1   (12:30) Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp share tips for making this year a healthier and wealthier one.   Our new report, "5 Pullback Stocks" is available for free to Stock Advisor members. To access the report just go to www.fool.com/Pullback.   Stocks discussed: BABA, TCEHY, MCD, SBUX, KO, LVMHF, DIS   Host: Chris Hill Guest: Bill Mann, Alison Southwick, Robert Brokamp, Jackie Pecquex, Catie Peiper, Nick Lutz Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Tim Sparks, Rick Engdahl
"No company is immune."

"No company is immune."

2023-01-0922:552

A major investment bank became the latest (but not the last) to announce layoffs. (0:21) Jason Moser discusses: - Goldman Sachs cutting nearly 7% of its staff - Lululemon shares falling after the company lowered gross margin guidance - Why inventory levels will be a key retail metric to watch this upcoming earnings season (11:00) Kirsten Guerra and Lou Whiteman engage in Bull vs. Bear debate over Teladoc Health. Our new report, "5 Pullback Stocks" is available for free to Stock Advisor members. To access the report just go to www.fool.com/Pullback. Stocks discussed: GS, LULU ANF, AEO, TDOC, AMZN Host: Chris Hill Guest: Jason Moser, Kirsten Guerra, Lou Whiteman Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Tim Sparks, Rich Engdahl
Everything feels unprecedented if you don’t study history, and 2022 wasn’t unique for the stock market. Morgan Housel is the best-selling author of “The Psychology of Money”. He joined Motley Fool co-founder and CEO Tom Gardner for a conversation about: - Why cash is a better hedge against inflation than many believe - Parallels between the 2022 stock market and the dot-com bust of the early 2000s - What Tesla investors can learn from Starbucks’ past decline Companies discussed: BRK.A, BRK.B, TSLA, SBUX Host: Tom Gardner Guest: Morgan Housel Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Tim Sparks, Rick Engdahl
Diagnosing Stock Drops

Diagnosing Stock Drops

2023-01-0732:201

Just because a stock lost 98% of its value doesn’t mean it's cheap. Sometimes the market becomes efficient. Asit Sharma joins Ricky Mulvey to look at some justifiable reasons why stocks dropped last year and which strong businesses that may have been swept up in the tide. They discuss: - Carvana’s boom and bust, and the takeaways for investors - If Zoom has a sticky product - How Roku is addressing a tougher advertisement landscape - Meta’s valuation, and questions about its leadership - Mindset advice if you want to be a contrarian investor Companies discussed: LULU, ZM, MSFT, CVNA, ROKU, NFLX, META Aswath Damodaran’s blog on Meta: https://aswathdamodaran.blogspot.com/2022/11/meta-lesson-1-corporate-governance.html Host: Ricky Mulvey Guest: Asit Sharma Engineer: Tim Sparks
Comments (80)

Kenny Howse

not downloading!

Jan 27th
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douglas berke

awesome information... especially regarding the hype and charisma certain leaders of small companies and large alike.

Jan 18th
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Ahmad Ola

hello xup

Dec 3rd
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Cameron MacDonald

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Nov 28th
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SPYDOR

Had me laughing out loud several times; some of these guys have razor sharp wit.

Nov 26th
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Charlie Spierto

Emily, the company name is snap, not snapchat.

Nov 7th
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Charlie Spierto

7% of GOOGL market cap is not $20 billion as stated.

Oct 27th
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Oct 26th
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Craig Schermerhorn

you know it said all you guys do is invite these left-wing political hacks on so they get their little digs in on someone who drove a strong economy and protect the idiot thats there now. it should be f****** ashamed of yourselves

Oct 10th
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SPYDOR

Ben Franklin also left his sister Jane to care for their sickly parents in abject poverty, along with the other children, not providing her with any real financial aid until a few years before she died. Case study in how someone can be wildly successful on one hand and an utter failure on the other.

Oct 2nd
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Enea Koxhioni

I rarely comment and I'll admit I'm prob not the biggest fan of Bill Mann to begin with so here's my take. For him to have been so rightly critical of the predatory practices on BN-PL and then turn around and say the US/EU is helping fuel the energy crisis by not producing enough oil and isn't even hurting Russia at all in doing so, is so provably FALSE, the only thing I can dispute is if its misinformation or disinformation. Him and Motley are either bankrolled by oil companies themselves to let this go through (when have you last heard Big Energy be the culprit on this show?), or Bill is a such a good 'opinion columnist' he can be fact-checked by any rando with a wifi connection on their day off. 1. Here an economist shows the sanctions ARE working and are hurting Russia significantly more than Europe: https://youtu.be/Omdq2EvM1dQ   Yes, its double-edged but its NOT equal. It is now to the point where people are saying oil prices are now back down to pre-war levels, and the Russian economy is at risk of internal collapse because of their choices. Up-to-date much, trend-setter? 2. It has been a game of finger-pointing on whether oil companies have used the war to take unnecessary record profits in a declining industry by hiking prices and pressing for more drilling sites than they already have, or if Biden's Keystone XL pipeline cancellation (which wouldn't have even been completed until 2023) could have somehow helped alleviate the prices. Can you please explain to me how ensuring more oil in supply in over one year, would help supply set NOW by private companies? This is whataboutism to ignore the very point that the oil companies ARE in fact and HAVE been taking profits for decades at the cost to non-shareholding consumers. You know, that good ol' free market Bill loves to pontificate about but somehow is barely regulated, despite being one of the main measures correlated to any administration's approval. Randomly tacked on the whims of an energy board of investors. https://youtu.be/6GMA2KPaTWw https://youtu.be/WPOU2sBBt1s https://youtu.be/FqNVhiompSc Even if they expected the war to last over several years - which is possible - that still wouldn't affect whether or not Europe is in for a cold winter (which the aforementioned reserves from point 1 show it is not), as Europe is ahead of schedule on reserves this winter. Its good you guys aren't a politics podcast cause your "facts" here are just bad opinions. Money and finance aren't agnostic. Doing the right thing is always harder in money and in life. Its been a long time coming, and the West is now barely starting to wake up to the necessity to wean off of cheaper resources dangled by creeping autocracies. Idiot.

Sep 17th
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Charlie Spierto

Emily didn't do her homework on 3M. They have massive litigation exposure.

Sep 11th
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steve

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Charlie Spierto

Alison Southwick is useless. Adds no value.

Jul 5th
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steve

Nice title

Jun 10th
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Charlie Spierto

Bill Mann, please stop laughing at your own bad jokes.

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