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The Motley Fool's daily look at stocks in the news, the top business/investing stories, and occasional tangents.
1913 Episodes
FuboTV’s revenue more than doubled in the 1st quarter. Unity Software sells off despite improving numbers in their 1st quarter. Electronic Arts wraps up its fiscal year and offers upbeat guidance for the new one. Maria Gallagher analyzes those stories and shares her favorite video game.     50% off our Stock Advisor service? That’s easy, just go to
Roblox shows robust growth in its first report as a public company. Callaway Golf closes in on an all-time high as it deals with “unprecedented” demand for golf equipment and apparel. Jason Moser analyzes those stories, but first discusses the recent sell-off in the market and how investors can deal with it.   Want 50% off our Stock Advisor service? Just go to
Marriott’s numbers are trending in the right direction, but their loyalty program membership is out of this world. Cerence posts strong numbers in the 2nd quarter and raises guidance for the full year. Jason Moser analyzes those stories and The Trade Desk’s 10-for-1 stock split.
Etsy Drops, Zynga Pops

Etsy Drops, Zynga Pops


Despite strong 1st-quarter results, Etsy shares fall 14%. PayPal’s stock gets a boost after 1st-quarter payment volume exceeded results from the holiday quarter. Alicia Alfiere analyzes those stories, along with Zynga’s strong quarter and acquisition of Chartboost, an ad-tech company.    Want to know the secret to getting 50% off our Stock Advisor service? It’s easy. Just go to
1st-quarter profits for General Motors set the stage for a strong fiscal year. Shares of Editas Medicine rise despite a mixed 1st quarter. The “Call of Duty” franchise highlights Activision Blizzard’s Q1. Ron Gross analyzes those stories and weighs in on Match Group’s hope for a “summer of love” in 2021.   Celebrate Ron’s birthday by getting 50% off our Stock Advisor service! Just go to
CVS Health hits a 2-year high after 1st-quarter profits and revenue are higher than expected. iRobot takes a hit due to the rising cost of components. Asit Sharma analyzes those stories and weighs in on the latest results from online education company Chegg.   Want 50% off our Stock Advisor service? That’s easy, just go to
Berkshire-Hathaway’s 1st-quarter results weren’t nearly as interesting as the news that Greg Abel will be the next CEO. Verizon sells AOL and Yahoo to Apollo Global Management for 50% less than what they paid. Jason Moser analyzes those stories and shares a few thoughts on the old investing adage: “Sell in May and go away.”   Want 50% off our Stock Advisor service? Just go to
For the 2nd quarter in a row Alphabet posts record revenue. Shopify hits an all-time high after everything in the 1st quarter goes up. Pinterest falls 12% despite better-than-expected results in Q1. Brian Feroldi analyzes those stories and highlights the appeals of YouTube.   Interested in getting 50% off our Stock Advisor service? Just go to
Tesla shares fall despite record profits in the 1st quarter. UPS hits an all-time high after a monster 1st-quarter report. Crocs pops nearly 20% after raising full-year guidance on the heels of record revenue in Q1. Tim Beyers analyzes those stories and shares why investors are giving Tesla the shrug emoji today.   Want 50% off our Stock Advisor service? Just go to
Apple’s building a $1 billion campus in the Raleigh, NC area. Facebook teams up with Spotify as part of the social network’s overall investment into audio programming. Jason Moser analyzes those stories and Domino’s new marketing campaign starring “The Noid”.
For the first time ever we’re re-running an episode! Chris Hill explains why a solo episode from August 6, 2019 entitled “This is the business we’ve chosen” is making a return appearance.  
Chris Hill pondered that question on his morning run and came up with two main takeaways.
Coca-Cola’s 1st-quarter profits come in higher than expected. Harley-Davidson shares pop 10% on upbeat full-year guidance. Herman Miller buys Knoll in a furniture industry merge that sends one stock soaring while the other drops. Bill Mann analyzes those stories and shares why he’s going to be watching how different industries emerge this earnings season.   Want 50% off our Stock Advisor service? Just go to
Retail sales in March grew nearly 10%. Shares of American Eagle Outfitters hit an all-time high after raising guidance for the 1st quarter. Pepsi’s snack division did the heavy lifting in the company’s 1st-quarter report. Maria Gallagher analyzes those stories, highlights the strength of American Eagle’s Aerie brand, and shares why she’s not a great snacker.   To get 50% off our Stock Advisor service, just go to
That’s how Asit Sharma describes Coinbase going public at an expected valuation of $65 billion. He also analyzes Stitch Fix founder Katrina Lake’s announcement that she’s stepping down as CEO, and the latest results from Bed Bath & Beyond.   Want 50% off to try our Stock Advisor service? Just go to
The FDA hits the pause button on Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine. Nvidia unveils its first server microprocessors and takes aim at Intel’s most lucrative market. Booking Holdings gets an upgrade. Alicia Alfiere analyzes those stories and shares why Pinterest (and their Active User Growth) is on her radar this upcoming earnings season.   Want 50% off our Stock Advisor service? Just go to
In its 2nd-biggest acquisition ever, Microsoft buys Nuance Communications in a deal worth $16 billion. March ends up being a record month for Uber. Jason Moser analyzes those stories, plus we discuss reasons not to buy stocks.   Want 50% off our Stock Advisor service? Just go to
Constellation Brands wraps up its fiscal year. Costco’s March numbers were strong, especially digital sales. Clay Bruning analyzes those stories, as well as the state of the sports betting industry in America.   Want 50% off our Stock Advisor service? Just go to
Jamie Dimon’s annual letter to shareholders shows just how bullish he is on the U.S. economy. Plaid’s latest fundraising round points to a valuation of more than $13 billion. Andy Cross analyzes those stories, plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag to consider the relative attractiveness of value stocks and discuss some stocks we bought recently.   Want 50% off our Stock Advisor service? Just go to
Topps (yes, the baseball card company) gets ready to go public through a SPAC. Credit Suisse deals with fallout from the Archegos Capital debacle. Asit Sharma analyzes those stories and shares why he believes a Mexican airport operator and an American homebuilder could benefit from The Great Reopening.   Want 50% off our Stock Advisor service? Just go to
Comments (26)

Ha Nguyen

Please don’t invite Alicia again on the show. The ưay she talks about things is very boring.

Mar 10th


PS5 digital version has all the same specs as the $500 version minus the disc drive. Come on guys.

Sep 18th

Henri Chinaski

its biggest, not "it's" 🙄

Aug 25th

Risto IV

Hyvä jakso!

Aug 11th


TSLA reported, but no commentary on that??? Chipotle digital sales more important I guess....

Jul 24th
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Jamie Kurisunkal Jacob

Good for Unilever. I hope it sells Lipton to the right buyer.

Jul 20th


Soooo, why would you admit to being a tsla bear? Kinda like saying you're into the flat earth thing, you're just incredibly wrong. Any other great stocks I shouldn't own? My 17yo son's first stock purchase was 1 share of tsla and he's almost tripled up in 3 months, should I tell him he's doing it all wrong?

Jul 2nd
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M Morr

they don't eat healthy at all. lol. cring to think of their health...but finances are in better shape at least??

May 12th

Luke Alley

great podcast. I'd love it if you guys tried something more long form though. 20 minutes is a such a short time, and I know you guys are brimming with ideas and knowledge so why limit the time?

Apr 6th

Andrew Smith

good ep

Mar 28th

Mateus Velasques

great episode, thanks y'all

Mar 16th

Josh Shelton

This is an incredibly informative podcast on stocks and investing in a nice short time frame. I really enjoy this podcast!

Feb 12th

Matt Burke

really weak episode

Jul 10th


"Throw that out the window" talking about proportional pay. The numbers are all that matters professional sports are still a business. This is a business podcast how can you not see how there will be a pay disparity until at least women's soccer brings in the same revenue as men's soccer.

Jul 9th
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Matt Erickson

I think Aaron missed some important info.. peltz is signed on to receive millions in shares under market value, quarterly.. his role being to facilitate ACB developing partnerships / investors with cash flow. putting them on step or beyond canopy, cronos or tilray.

Mar 13th


brilliant show, great analysis for those wanting to learn more about stocks and shares and s great way of finding interesting companies

Sep 14th

Mel Vis

That was a really weak walk-back on yesterday's 'charges weren't pressed so he must be telling the truth' defense you gave of Richard Liu. What was your motive in defending him, I wonder? Boy's club or skin in the game?

Sep 5th

Lj Calixte

love this show!

May 22nd

iTunes User

Love the fool website and their new daily short podcast. MOtley fool podcast on Fridays as well.

Aug 30th

iTunes User

This is a great podcast...both educational and entertaining! I love the Fool and these podcasts really bring it to life. They should promote podcasts and radio more because if people knew it was out there, they'd tune in!

Aug 30th
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