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Money Laundering 101

Money Laundering 101

2022-06-2627:58

Corruption is a trillion-dollar drag for investors. So why doesn’t it get more attention? Oliver Bullough is the author of “Butler to the World: How Britain Helps the World's Worst People Launder Money, Commit Crimes, and Get Away with Anything.” He joined Bill Mann, Maria Gallagher, and John Rotonti to discuss: - The “easy” process of money laundering - A look inside the business of corruption - Super yachts, volcanic islands, and opaque legal structures Hosts: Bill Mann, Maria Gallagher, John Rotonti Guest: Oliver Bullough Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd, Natasha Hall
Jason Moser and Matt Frankel take a look at some of the companies that soared during the pandemic, and offer some takeaways from the surge in investor interest, including: - Pandemic stocks that got ahead of themselves - Which stay-at-home stocks are worth a 2nd look - How these businesses could evolve from here Stocks mentioned: DOCU, ETSY, TDOC, PYPL, NFLX Host: Jason Moser Guest: Matt Frankel Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Rick Engdahl, Dan Boyd
Wall Street pros and individual investors are sifting through lots of noise to find signals about the stock market. (0:30) Matt Argersinger and Jason Moser discuss: - The lack of clarity (at the moment) facing investors - Former growth stocks (PayPal, Netflix, Facebook) being added to the Russell 1000 Value Index - What the latest results from homebuilder KB Home reveal about housing - The latest from DocuSign, Darden Restaurants, and Kellogg. (19:00) Jim Mueller analyzes the companies competing for Netflix's ad business, opportunities in the metaverse, and Big Tech's pursuit of streaming live sports. (33:00) Jason and Matt answer a listener's question about Activision Blizzard and share two stocks on their radar: Qualcomm and eBay. Our free investing starter kit includes research on 15 stocks and 5 ETFs. Get a copy simply by going to http://fool.com/starterkit Stocks discussed on the show: NFLX, PYPL, META, FDX, DOCU, DRI, KBH, NVR, DHI, K, ROKU, TTD, GOOGL, RBLX, SRAD, AAPL, CMCSA, AMZN, ATVI, QCOM, EBAY Host: Chris Hill Guests: Matt Argersinger, Jason Moser, Jim Mueller Engineer: Dan Boyd
Time to Buy Zoom Video?

Time to Buy Zoom Video?

2022-06-2325:182

Most restaurant businesses operate in a single category, but not Darden Restaurants. (0:25) Jason Moser discusses: - Olive Garden driving the bulk of revenue - A comeback by Darden's fine dining segment - Capital decisions that we like (dividend increase!) and don't like (share buyback plan) - Rite Aid's stock pop and raised guidance still not being enough to get us interested in buying shares (14:41) With shares down nearly 70% over the past year, is Zoom Video a screaming buy or past its prime? Jason Hall and Ryan Henderson debate bull vs. bear! Stocks discussed: DRI, RAD, CVS, WBA, ZM, MSFT Host: Chris Hill Guests: Jason Moser, Jason Hall, Ryan Henderson Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd, Rick Engdahl
The FDA is preparing to order Juul Labs to take its e-cigarettes off the market in the U.S. (0:25) Bill Mann discusses: - Shares of Altria Group, owner of a 35% stake in Juul, getting hit on the news - Why one of Altria's main competitors is unaffected - How he thinks about "sin stocks" as a category of investing (10:00) Ricky Mulvey talks with Bill about the billions of dollars of Bitcoin on MicroStrategy's balance sheet affects the view of the business, and what a potential margin call means for its shareholders. Stocks discussed: MO, BTI, MSTR, META, NVDA Host: Chris Hill Guests: Bill Mann Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd, Rick Engdahl
Kellogg is planning to split into three separate companies, while DocuSign's CEO is just splitting. (0:25) Bill Mann discusses: - Why DocuSign's falling stock price is probably not the reason CEO Dan Springer is leaving immediately - The relative attractiveness of running DocuSign - Kellogg's plan to split into three companies (snacks, breakfast cereal, plant-based foods) and how long its going to take - Mondelez buying Clif Bar for $2.9 billion - His belief that more acquisitions are on the way and the reasons why (13:30) Morgan Housel joins Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp to discuss how the economic challenges of the 1970s offer lessons for investors today. Stocks discussed: DOCU, K, MDZ Host: Chris Hill Guests: Bill Mann, Alison Southwick, Robert Brokamp, Morgan Housel Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd, Rick Engdahl Chris Hill Motley Fool Money http://motleyfoolmoney.com
Upstart Holdings is a lending platform, powered by artificial intelligence. Shares are down more than 70% year-to-date. It’s down, but not out. CEO Dave Girouard joined Motley Fool CEO Tom Gardner to discuss: - How Upstart is using its balance sheet now - Growth opportunities in auto lending - One stock idea (that’s not his own company) Stocks mentioned: UPST, AMZN, AAPL, ZM, GOOG, GOOGL Host: Tom Gardner Guest: Dave Girouard Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineer: Dan Boyd, Adam Landfair
We’ve got a lot of space. And a whole lot of it is unused in office buildings, city centers, and shopping malls. We also need a lot of space for multifamily housing, data centers, and warehouses. Is there some opportunity in the middle for investors? Deidre Woollard and Matt Argersinger discuss: - The complexities in transforming an office building into apartments - Commercial real estate trends catching their attention - Ideas for investors who like dividends. Stocks/REITs mentioned: BX, AMZN, HHC, PLD, SRG, STAG, DRE, ARE, MAA, VICI, EPR Host: Deidre Woollard Guest: Matt Argersinger Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Rick Engdahl, Dan Boyd
The Fed raises interest rates as the S&P 500 heads for its worst week since March 2020. (0:30) Ron Gross and Maria Gallagher discuss: - Stocks rallying on Wednesday afternoon only to fall on Thursday - Adobe's latest results being outweighed by guidance - Roku's new partnership with Walmart - Winners and losers from the trend of people returning to restaurants - The latest from Kroger, Oracle, and Chewy (19:00) Senior analyst Auri Hughes and CEO Tom Gardner talk with Rimini CEO Seth Ravin about his company's unique opportunity and its legal battle with Oracle. (35:10) Maria and Ron share two stocks on their radar: Rover Group and Sportradar Group. Our free investing starter kit includes research on 15 stocks and 5 ETFs. Get a copy simply by going to http://fool.com/starterkit Stocks discussed on the show: KR, ADBE, NFLX, ROKU, WMT, YELP, DASH, KO, PEP, ORCL, CHWY, RMNI, ROVR, SRAD Host: Chris Hill Guests: Maria Gallagher, Ron Gross, Auri Hughes, Tom Gardner, Seth Ravin Engineer: Dan Boyd
"Who has pricing power?" may be a less relevant question these days. (0:25) Jason Moser discusses: - The strength of a company's balance sheet becoming more important - Increasing data that customers are starting to spend less - Shrinkflation being a tool some (but not all) companies can employ - Net expansion being a key metric to watch (14:45) Sanmeet Deo joins Jason to talk about the potential applications for VR in the healthcare industry and a mid-cap company that may have advantages over the tech giants in the space. Stocks discussed: KR, ZM, CRM, MSFT, OKTA, META AAPL, PEN Host: Chris Hill Guests: Jason Moser, Sanmeet Deo Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd, Rick Engdahl
The Federal Reserve raised interest rates three-quarters of a percent, the biggest hike since 1994. (0:25) Ron Gross discusses: - The positive reaction in the stock market - Prospects for much lower inflation in 2023 - Borrowing costs going higher - Expectations for more rate hikes later this year (11:40) Asit Sharma talks with Pubmatic CEO Rajeev Goel about why his company is becoming more predictably profitable, and the growing opportunity in connected TV. Got a question? Drop an email to podcasts@fool.com! Stocks discussed: PUBM, PG, WPP Host: Chris Hill Guests: Ron Gross, Asit Sharma, Rajeev Goel Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd, Brandon Gentry
Most eyes are on the Federal Reserve in advance of (we assume) another interest rate hike. (0:25) Bill Mann discusses: - What he's watching in the market - Where he's been putting his money to work and which stocks he's been buying - His relative disinterest in IPOs as an event (13:23) Morgan Housel joins Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp to talk about the speculative boom that caused the Great Depression, and how those lessons apply for investors today. Stocks discussed: BRK.A, BRK.B, MA, GOOG, GOOGL, DPZ Host: Chris Hill Guests: Bill Mann, Alison Southwick, Robert Brokamp, Morgan Housel Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd, Rick Engdahl  
The S&P 500 officially entered bear market territory. (0:25) Jason Moser discusses: - The pain investors (including us) are feeling - Why he recommends putting cash to work slowly - DocuSign's latest quarter meeting management's expectations - The relative attractiveness of DocuSign's stock - Coca-Cola's new partnership for Jack-Daniel's-and-Coke cocktails in a can (16:06) Shares of Meta Platforms have fallen 50% this year. Is it a value play or is the stock in the bargain bin for valid reasons? Jose Najarro and Nick Rossolillo take a bull vs. bear approach to the social network. Stocks discussed: DOCU, KO, BF.A, META, NVDA Host: Chris Hill Guests: Jason Moser, Jose Najarro, Nick Rossolillo Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd, Rick Engdahl
PJ Vogt has been following Bitcoin since it was worth $10. Maybe less. He didn’t buy in, and is more than happy to keep following the story. Vogt is the host of the new limited-series podcast “Crypto Island” and before that, you may have heard his voice on “Reply All”. Ricky Mulvey caught up with him to discuss: - The recent crash in crypto - What the “financialized version of the internet” can tell us about people - What happens when internet strangers try to operate a McDonald’s Cryptos mentioned: BTC, LUNA Host: Ricky Mulvey Guest: PJ Vogt Engineers: Dan Boyd, Tim Sparks
Earth’s population continues to grow and energy needs are struggling to keep up with worldwide demand. Nick Sciple and Jim Gillies dive into the macroeconomic forces creating an energy crunch, where they are finding investment opportunities, and discuss: - The wide-ranging effects of an energy crunch - How a shale boom “incinerated” $700 billion - Ways individual investors could benefit from pension funds leaving oil Additional resource: https://www.fool.com/investing/stock-market/market-sectors/energy/renewable-energy-stocks/ Stocks discussed: OTC:IPFCC, TSX:IPCO, CBRL Host: Nick Sciple Guest: Jim Gillies Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineer: Dan Boyd
Inflation hits a 40-year high. We know the effect on consumers, but what about investors? (0:30) Emily Flippen and Ron Gross discuss: - DocuSign's 25% drop - Target's bold moves - Stitch Fix continuing to struggle - Vail Resorts benefitting from relaxed Covid restrictions - The latest from Campbell Soup, Netflix, Amazon, and more.   (19:00) Matt Argersinger, lead investor for Millionacres, discusses the current state of the housing market, how a potential recession may affect real estate, and his interest in an alternative asset class: vintage comic books.   (35:20) Emily and Ron share two stocks on their radar: Bilibili and Airbnb.   Stocks discussed on the show: DOCU, MSFT, TGT, SFIX, MTN, CPB, NFLX, ROKU, AMZN, SHOP, GOOG, GOOGL, DIS, EBAY, BILI, ABNB   Host: Chris Hill Guests: Emily Flippen, Ron Gross, Matt Argersinger Engineers: Steve Broido, Rick Engdahl
SEC chairman Gary Gensler outlined rule changes to require trading firms to directly compete to execute trades from individual investors (0:25) Andy Cross discusses: - Why payment-for-order-flow (PFOF) is going to be a big topic this summer - Potential threats to Robinhood's business model - Five Below's recent (and uncharacteristic) struggles - Takeaways from Spotify's investor day event, including a push into audiobooks (15:45) Deidre Woollard continues her conversation with Jason Hall about homebuilders, including key metrics to watch and a few stock ideas.  Stocks discussed: HOOD, FIVE, DLTR, DG, WMT, SPOT, AMZN, AAPL, MTH, LGIH, NVR Host: Chris Hill Guests: Andy Cross, Deidre Woollard, Jason Hall Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineer: Rick Engdahl
Should Netflix Buy Roku?

Should Netflix Buy Roku?

2022-06-0825:173

Is Roku really preparing for a takeover bid from Netflix? (0:25) Asit Sharma discusses: - Whether acquiring Roku solves Netflix impending ad challenges - Why Roku's stock is still pricy after its recent fall - DocuSign's expanded partnership with Microsoft - If this paves the way for an eventual acquisition (13:21) Deidre Woollard talks with Jason Hall about why he's so bullish about homebuilders and the tailwinds driving his thesis. Stocks discussed: ROKU, NFLX, DOCU, MSFT, ADBE, CRM Host: Chris Hill Guests: Asit Sharma, Deidre Woollard, Jason Hall Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd, Rick Engdahl
Target rips off the band-aid, while Apple shows off some new features. (0:25) Tim Beyers discusses: - CEO Brian Cornell taking a head-on approach to dealing with Target's inventory problems - Prepping for getting the all-important back-to-school and holiday shopping seasons right - Apple's newest features (including chips) unveiled at WWDC - Ripple effects from Apple Pay getting into the "buy now, pay later" space - Prospects for an Apple VR headset in 2023 (15:08) Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp discuss how you can "recession-prep" your investments and your mindset. Stocks discussed: AAPL, AFRM, TGT, TSLA, BRK.A, BRK.B Host: Chris Hill Guests: Tim Beyers, Alison Southwick, Robert Brokamp Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd, Rick Engdahl
Stock Splits Matter

Stock Splits Matter

2022-06-0626:011

Amazon splits its stock 20-for-1 and while the pizza didn't get any bigger, there are short-term benefits to the split. (0:25) Jason Moser discusses: - Research from Bank of America showing the 12-month outperformance of companies splitting their stocks - Alphabet splitting their stock in July - Under Armour getting booted from the S&P 500 while Keurig Dr. Pepper (among others) replaces it - Howard Schultz declaring Starbucks' next CEO will be hired from outside the company (15:55) Matt Frankel joins Jason to discuss how you can find out what's inside and ETF and provide ideas for any investor who wants to keep it simple. Stocks discussed: AMZN, GOOG, GOOGL, UA, UAA, KDP, VICI, SBUX, CMG, VOO, VYM, VNQ Host: Chris Hill Guests: Jason Moser, Matt Frankel Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineer: Dan Boyd
Comments (59)

steve

Nice title

Jun 10th
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Charlie Spierto

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

May 12th
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Scarlett

learned a lot from your analysis, many thanks! hope it will have more episodes like this ^^

May 8th
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Scott Lecy

This was a great segment, I would like to hear more office hours podcasts in the future.

May 4th
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Mary Smith

Best podcast for learning about companies https://triceloans.com/ ! The Motley fool podcast is the best podcast to understand the stock market. The deep dives into companies after earning calls are priceless

Apr 29th
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Dorian C. Schiefelbein

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Apr 22nd
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Dorian C. Schiefelbein

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Apr 22nd
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Dorian C. Schiefelbein

Business belonging to Jeff Bezos expanded from Amazon to Blue Origin.Together with this, the owner of the companies faced the expansion of criticism in his address https://orbitaltoday.com/2021/12/30/jeff-bezos-blue-origin-founder-faces-another-harsh-rocket-launch-critique/ Strong changes in an innovative approach to work fall into the media who are trying to find any flaw in new activities Jeff Bezos.

Apr 22nd
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steve

Zs CEO interesting

Mar 31st
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steve

Adbe

Mar 23rd
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Craig Schermerhorn

guys a hyperbolic used car salesman

Mar 18th
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Marco Polo

the show is great but the analysts repeatedly keep pushing the stock they own over multiple weeks. there should be other stocks outside Chipotle Pizza hot Lowes and home Depot. come on guys, I'm sure you can find other stocks to talk about.

Mar 8th
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Charlie Spierto

Bill Mann must be unaware that Occidental purchased Anadarko in 2019.

Mar 3rd
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M Morr

as suspected... too many hours of content a week. I have lost track. I think 2 hours a week is fine. I never listened to all the podcast you had, I was selective on which podcast I listened too and could skip much of the content based on the topic of podcast...but now all is bunched up into 30 minutes a day...I am way behind. I don't have 30 minutes a day..I also have other podcast to listen to. not just yours. at this moment I have missed 5 days worth because I will never catch up. it will now be impossible to catch up. not spending a day of my time to listen to all back episodes ...you have ruined the experience with making it unrealistic to listen to 6 to 7 hours a week. you included sat and Sunday tooo. jesus...it doing my head in. wow. Great content and valuable but now not able to hear what applies to me without sifting through hours of stuff and missing out on important information. all gone bad.

Feb 25th
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Christoph Schuerch

Tuesday's Gone AND Aces High in one episode?? 😳

Feb 21st
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Charlie Spierto

Dylan Lewis can't stop saying kinda

Feb 13th
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Andrew Stratton

Dude. BRO. A surefire way to make yourself sound unprofessional is to keep calling your counterpart Bro in the middle of an investing podcast. @motleyfool

Feb 9th
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Matthew Cibellis

I love love love Bill Mann

Jan 25th
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steve

!! Good reassurance

Jan 25th
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steve

Need to comp lulu with Nike

Jan 11th
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