Seb Morton-Clark on news highlights for the coming week More » Week Ahead - VW results, US job numbers
Why Priceline is decreasing their Q2 guidance, despite posting solid Q1 earnings.
This podcast was … More » Lowered Q2 Guidance for Priceline
While the rest of the energy world continues to struggle, General Electric's balance of oil & gas … More » Energy Companies That Aren’t A Depressing Slog To Look At
Cheap oil and gas prices have given airlines a big boost to the bottom line. The real question is whether … More » How Much Longer Can the Good Times Last for Airlines?
Earnings and executive promises from the first quarter report, and where the company might have to go … More » How Can the New York Times Survive in a Post-Print World?
How bond funds affect your retirement accounts, and why stocks might be a much better investment for … More » Listener Question: Can I Go a Few Years Without Contributing to My Bond Fund?
What makes the Rule Breaker Investing different from a safe index fund approach, but different from number-chasing … More » How Are We Not Speculative Investors?
While Halliburton stands to lose a large portion of their cash, they’re hedging their bets to recover. … More » What Will Happen to Halliburton If (When) the Baker Hughes Merger Falls Through
Tax concerns, affordability, and potential consequences involved with selling your house.
This podcast … More » Listener Question: Should I Sell My House Or Find A Roommate?
Caterpillar's management is starting to see an end to the industry downturn, and the company's … More » Is Caterpillar Starting to Look Like a Buy?
MercadoLibre’s exciting growth, and how investors can measure performance of companies that deal with … More » Earnings Highlights for CVS Health and MercadoLibre
Early earnings reports from Southwest Airlines and Alaska Air show two airlines that are still benefiting … More » Why Airlines Are Doing So Well
Compared to the 1990s, we’ve seen relatively few stock splits in the past few years. The Motley Fool’s … More » Why Are We Seeing Fewer Stock Splits?
Stocks in banking often take the stairs up, but the elevator down, which is why no news is good news … More » An Industry Where Boring Is Good
How to write off stock losses on your taxes (indefinitely!), the complications of holding on to a stock … More » Listener Question: What Happens To The Stock When A Business Goes Bankrupt?
What we know about the acquisition so far, and the most important points from Yahoo’s Q1 earnings report. … More » Yahoo’s Busy Earnings Call
How the robotic surgery company’s razor-and-blades model is crushing expectations
This podcast was … More » New High for Intuitive Surgical
After several years of investor activism and public statements about the value of the company, investor … More » Carl Icahn Bailed on Apple, Is He Right?
How so many writers use the word “potentially” far too liberally, if not completely incorrectly, in their … More » One Word (We) Investing Journalists Use Way Too Much
David Gardner highlights a few traits that determine what makes the cut for a re-recommended stock in … More » Listener Question: When Do You Re-Recommend a Stock?
At Berkshire Hathaway’s annual meeting in April, Warren Buffett had an important message for individual … More » How Does Warren Buffett Think Investors Should Approach the Stock Market?
The pros and cons for the company that keeps on promising amazing new technology … later.
This podcast … More » What Is Apple Thinking?
Here’s the basic explanation of how Berkshire Hathaway works, and how Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger … More » Your Basic Guide to How Berkshire Hathaway Makes Money
Not even $3.5 billion in breakup fees is enough to assuage the market’s unease with the failed mergers. … More » Why Halliburton and Baker Hughes are Both Down
Caterpillar's recent earnings were a reflection of the tough times for industrial equipment companies, … More » Caterpillar is Down, But Still Profitable
In this segment, David Hanson and Gaby Lapera break down the intricacies of complexity and the restrictions … More » Big Bank, Little Bank, Big Money
Investors might be disappointed by the numbers reported from China in Apple’s most recent earnings report, … More » Apple Investors Should Be Excited About India
A look at how different Australia’s market is compared to America’s, and how that changes an investor’s … More » How a 25-Year Bull Market Changes the Investing Mindset
David Gardner takes on a listener question about one area Planet Fitness might find themselves struggling … More » Long-Term Concerns About Planet Fitness
How a shift in strategy affected this quarter’s earnings, and how it could pan out fantastically in the … More » Why TripAdvisor is Down This Quarter
A look at why the risk rating systems across our services aren’t uniform, and why we do what we do at … More » How Do We Determine Our Risk Rating?
Market Foolery dips into the mailbag to answer a listener question – will Under Armour have trouble enforcing … More » What Under Armour Can Do About Blatant Copycat Company, Uncle Martian
In response to a shareholder question, Buffett explained how he thinks about BNSF and the broader railroad … More » Here’s How Warren Buffett Feels about BNSF
What to do with investments that have tanked – why you might want to sell them, even though you won’t … More » Listener Question: Too Low to Sell?
Highlights from this quarter’s earnings report, and how Activision-Blizzard has cemented itself as a … More » Activision-Blizzard Blows Expectations Out of the Water
With stock splits, the pie stays the same size, the company is just cutting it differently. The Motley … More » What is a Stock Split and Why Do Companies Do Them?
Both BP and Anglo American's bosses had their pay packages voted down by their shareholders. Could … More » Investors Standing Up to CEO Pay is a Welcome Sign
Profits are up, guidance is down and the stock is seeing a boost on the news of increased job cuts
… More » Intel Laying Off 12,000 Workers
Why LinkedIn’s fantastic first quarter earnings report has been met with little fanfare.
This podcast … More » High Profits, Raised Guidance, and No Love From the Market for LinkedIn
Why Ampco-Pittsburgh, Carter’s, and Illumina have made it on our watch lists.
This podcast was recorded … More » 3 Stocks on Our Radar This Week
Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger have an enormously successful track record for purchasing companies. … More » Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger’s Remarkably Successful Approach to Buying Companies
General Electric has been slowly getting back to its roots as an industrial manufacturer, and it's … More » Free From its Financial Shackles, General Electric's Stock is Looking Attractive
Why Gannett made an impressive unsolicited bid to buy Tribune Publishing this week.
This podcast was … More » Possible Consolidation in the Newspaper Industry
Last weekend, the CEO of Fiat Chrysler, Sergio Marchionne, approached Mark Fields, CEO of Ford Motors, … More » Why Ford Won’t Merge With Fiat Chrysler
In a volatile market, limit orders might let investors cut their losses … but they definitely cut away … More » Listener Question: Are Limit Orders A Good Way to Manage Risk?
The popularity of athleisure and sportswear has fueled the growth of these retailers, but intense competition … More » Under Armour vs. Lululemon: A Tale of Two Apparel Companies
The most important points from Zillow’s first quarter earnings report, and where they’re planning to … More » Zillow Raises Guidance
Highlights from this quarter’s earnings report, and why the health food space is getting harder and harder … More » Possible Trouble for Whole Foods
What’s changed in the last few years, and why former host David Hanson is still bullish on banks.
… More » A Look at Banking’s Recent Past
Given the segment comprises two-thirds of Apple’s revenue, the recent demand dip has some investors worried. … More » Why We’re Not Freaking Out About iPhone Sales