Industry Focus (Podcast)

The IPO calendar in 2019 has been unbelievably full -- today we break down three lesser known names that went public in the past month: Smile Direct, Cloudflare, and DataDog.

Stocks: DDOG, NET, SDC

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On Monday, the United Auto Workers (UAW) announced a nationwide strike against General Motors (GM), the first nationwide strike from the union since 2007. This strike occurs at an interesting time for the industry, with automakers having enjoyed a period of strong profits during the recovery from the global financial crisis but facing significant upcoming investments in electric and autonomous vehicles as well as a slowing global automotive market. These conditions appear like the perfect recipe for what could be a prolonged strike. Motley Fool Senior Automotive Analyst John Rosevear joins the show to break down what we know about the strikes so far and what it means for the industry. Listen to the end for updates on the merger talks between Renault and Fiat-Chrysler and the latest EV announcements from European automakers.  

Stocks Mentioned: GM, F, FCAU, VWAGY, DMLRY, POAHY, HMC 

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A wave of vaping related illnesses has resulted in at least seven deaths. Here's what people should know about vaping health risks and the potential impact on cannabis companies. Also, Aimmune Therapeutics peanut allergy pill clears an important hurdle, putting it on track toward an FDA approval. Can this medicine be a blockbuster or will safety concerns curb its appeal? 

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It’s a time of major upheaval for the grocery business. Companies big and small are struggling with changing consumer demand. How to handle that was the main topic at GroceryShop, a trade show that brought the industry together taking place now in Las Vegas. Fool contributor Daniel Kline reports from the show as he discusses what grocery chains face with host Shannon Jones. That includes making big dollar decisions on delivery, supply chain, automation and other areas.

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A new report predicts that banks are likely to lose as much as $280 billion of their payments revenue by 2025, thanks to fintech disruption from companies like Square (NYSE: SQ), PayPal (NASDAQ: PYPL), and others. Here’s why investors may want to take notice, and one new way Square is trying to capitalize on its growing payments platform. Plus, Industry Focus: Financials host Jason Moser and Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel, CFP discuss The Motley Fool’s new real estate investing brand Millionacres and share the latest stocks on their watch lists.  

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Tech: Apple’s Big DayWe’ve set our eyes on the new iDevices! Apple has a refresh of its iPad, iPhone and Watch products, but those new developments have taken a backseat to the company’s larger commitment to streaming services. We dig into the news and what it means for Apple and the other streaming players.

Stocks: AAPL, NFLX

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Earlier this month, FedEx announced that it would no longer provide domestic express service to Amazon. What does this breakup mean for Amazon, e-commerce, and the future of logistics? Motley Fool Contributor Dan Kline joins the show to answer this question and more on this week’s episode of Industry Focus: Energy & Industrials.

 

Stocks Mentioned: KTOS, BA, GD, HII, LMT, TXT 

 

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Acadia Pharmaceuticals' dementia-related psychosis trial offers new hope to patients diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.  Also, results from a lung cancer trial just strengthened Eli Lilly's leadership in precision medicine.

Stocks: ACAD, LLY

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The retail-pocalypse has scared a lot of investors out of investing in any of the major names you see in malls, but what if we said there was a way to play retail that didn't bank as much on the success of stores like Macy's? Today we talk about the shopping mall REITs, how their business models are changing a bit, and which ones might be worth putting on your watch list.

Stocks: SPG, MAC, TCO, BPR

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The retail-pocalypse has scared a lot of investors out of investing in any of the major names you see in malls, but what if we said there was a way to play retail that didn't bank as much on the success of stores like Macy's? Today we talk about the shopping mall REITs, how their business models are changing a bit, and which ones might be worth putting on your watch list.

Stocks: SPG, MAC, TCO, BPR

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In this week’s installment of Industry Focus: Financials, president of Prudential (NYSE: PRU) retirement Phil Waldeck talks with host Jason Moser and Robert Brokamp, CFP about the state of retirement in the United States and more. Then, Moser and Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel, CFP dive into DocuSign’s (NASDAQ: DOCU) excellent quarter and the future growth potential of the company. Plus, in a brand new segment, Moser and Frankel each discuss the last stock each of them bought in their own portfolios and why. And finally, the pair give listeners the stocks that are at the top of their watch lists. All of this and more on this week’s episode.

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We talk about results from Slack, the workplace messaging SaaS company. In a vacuum, the company's results were strong, but stacked against past growth rates, they show things are slowing down a bit. In fact, Slack's struggle is an all-too-common one for the class of 2019 IPOs.

Stocks: WORK, UBER, PINS

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Zillow was one of the earliest movers to disrupt real estate via technology, but it’s taking an even bigger step with its Zillow Offers iBuyer program. Motley Fool Contributor Luis Sanchez joins the podcast to take a look at how Zillow has fared so far and where the market might be headed. 

Stocks Mentioned: Z, ZG, RDFN

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Amgen's $13.4 billion cash offer has won the bidding war for Celgene and Bristol-Myers Squibb's psoriasis drug, Otezla. Here's why the Goliath biopharma is betting so big on its success. Also, new data from The Medicines Company suggests a new cholesterol-busting drug is on it's way to approval. Stocks: CELG, BMY, AMGN, MDCO

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Last week, Papa John’s hired Arby’s President Rob Lynch as its new CEO. This continues an ongoing evolution of the company as it moves on from its relationship with founder John Schnatter. Motley Fool Contributor Dan Kline joins the show to discuss the hire and how it fits into the company’s turnaround plans. 

Stocks Mentioned: PZZA, DPZ, DRI

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Today’s show as host Jason Moser sits down with Junior Achievement of Greater Washington’s Manager of Program Engagement Patti Senft. Listen in as Jason and Patti talk more about all of the great things Junior Achievement is doing all around the country today to give young people the knowledge and skills they need to own their economic success, plan for their futures, and make smart academic and economic choices. Click here to learn more about Junior Achievement of Greater Washington!

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We've got our hands on fresh data on the smart speaker and wearables markets from research firm Canalys. We unpack the shifts going on in both markets, the winners and losers, and how these devices play into each companies strategy.

Stocks: AMZN, GOOGL, AAPL, BIDU, BABA, FIT

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Tesla just can’t stay out of the news. With a spate of lawsuits and critical articles surrounding Tesla solar dropping this week (including a new article by Vanity Fair author Bethany McLean) + the rollout of Tesla solar, Foolish Analyst Jim Mueller joins the show to break it all down. 

Stocks Mentioned: TSLA

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Looking for a caregiver for a parent or child? You're not alone. Americans spend over $335 billion every year on care for people, homes, and pets. Unfortunately, finding the right caregiver is getting harder because of aging America and lower unemployment. To make it easier, both public and private companies are disrupting the process with online platforms that simplify finding, paying, and providing care. Are these matchmakers a good investment? Stocks: CRCM

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On this week’s episode of Industry Focus: Consumer Goods host Jason Moser and Motley Fool Canada's Joey Solitro take a look at the most recent quarter for the African ecommerce company Jumia and then dig into the latest on Disney with its recently announced partnership with Target as well as its Disney+ streaming service set to launch November 12. Then be sure to listen as they wrap things up with two stocks investors should be watching!

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With tons of regulatory uncertainty and reports that some key partners are having second thoughts, will Facebook (NYSE: FB) still move forward with its Libra cryptocurrency? And negative interest rates are more prevalent than you might think around the world, but what would happen if they came to the U.S. markets? Plus, host Jason Moser and Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel, CFP discuss the latest results from foreign fintech favorites StoneCo (NASDAQ: STNE) and PagSeguro Digital (NASDAQ: PAGS). All this and more on this week’s episode of Industry Focus: Financials.

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Premium analyst Joey Solitro comes on the show to give listeners three software companies he owns and is very excited about -- Yext, Elastic, and PagerDuty. We break down the space each company operates in, the big numbers that have us excited about each, and some things to keep in mind while you're looking at SaaS businesses.

Stocks: PD, ESTC, YEXT

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 The shale revolution is a case study in innovation. The onset of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing catapulted the USA to the top among global oil producers and created a 100 year surplus of natural gas supply. However, the exploration and production companies that drove the shale revolution haven’t enjoyed in the gains, generating chronically negative cash flows and poor earnings. Motley Fool Contributor Jason Hall joins the show to dive into why profits have been so hard to come by for shale producers and where else investors might look to profit from the disruption shale production has caused.

Stocks Mentioned: AR, OXY, TELL, GTLS, PSX, EOG

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Earnings season is coming to a close and we’re looking back at what happened at four of our favorite med-tech companies. Inogen and Abiomed both tanked followed their earnings release while ShockWave Medical and Guardant Health both soared. Has the thesis long-term thesis for owning these stocks changed following their second-quarter results?

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Booking,com and Expedia both have pretty similar business models. At their core, both companies sell travel bookings -- hotels, airfares, and rental cars primarily -- and they do so in a variety of different ways. Each company collects a fee for each booking it completes, acting as a middleman. That’s a strong business which requires no inventory but it’s also a model that comes with the risk of partners creating stronger direct relationships with their customers.  

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Thanks to a scathing report from Madoff whistleblower Harry Markopolis, General Electric (NYSE: GE) shares plunged 11% in a single day. Is this just market noise or something more? Plus, Federal Reserve Chair Jay Powell is set to deliver much-anticipated remarks on Thursday, and investors hope he gets aboard the rate-cutting train. And as always, host Jason Moser and Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel, CFP share the stocks on the top of their watch lists this week. All of this and more on this week’s Industry Focus: Financials show.

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Co-working and co-living innovator WeWork has filed its prospectus in preparation for an IPO later in 2019. We dig into the numbers, explain why the business isn't really a tech company, and walk through the struggles the company will likely have in becoming profitable.

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The history of the car is a story of how a new technology reshapes society, becomes part of its cultural identity, and is intertwined with a nation’s infrastructure. That history has shaped the world into which driverless vehicles may soon enter. Dan Albert, car critic at N+1 magazine and author of the new book Are We There Yet: The American Automobile Past, Present, and Driverless, joins the podcast to discuss the history and cultural impact of the American car and where it may be headed as we transition toward a more electric, driverless future. 

Stocks Mentioned: TSLA, GM, F, TMC, HMC, VWAPY

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The FDA is investigating Novartis' subsidiary AveXis because AveXis may have manipulated data on Zolgensma, a gene therapy with a sky-high price tag and blockbuster potential. Here's what could happen next. Also, Exact Sciences goes all in on cancer diagnostics. Why the Cologuard-maker is spending $2.7 billion in a push deeper into genetic testing.

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JC Penny is reportedly in talks to make some adjustments to its debt obligations -- we break down why even restructured financing isn't enough to right the ship for the struggling retailer and why a reverse stock split could be on the horizon. Then we hit some news items from Nike that hint at where the retail and apparel industries are going.

Stocks: JCP, NKE

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On this week’s episode of Industry Focus: Financials host Jason Moser sits down with Kevin Bennett, CEO of MotoRefi, a company focused on helping consumers save through refinancing their vehicle. Then listen in as Jason wraps up with a few thoughts on how investors can handle crazy news cycles.

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We're back with another _________ of __________ type business, this time we're talking about the Amazon of Africa, Jumia. The first African tech company to list on the NYSE shined in the weeks after its debut, but shares have come back down to IPO price as the dust has settled and some have warned of potential issues with the business. Should investors be eyeing this MercadoLibre wannabe?

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Tesla is the most divisive company on the stock market, and it’s not close. Like most highly polarized topics, the truth is probably somewhere in the middle. To bridge that gap, Motley Fool Contributor Brian Feroldi, who is long Tesla shares, joins Industry Focus Host Nick Sciple, who is short Tesla via put options, to break down the facts surrounding the company and the reasoning behind their positions. We hope this discussion helps listeners form their own, independent conclusions about the stock. 

Stocks Mentioned: TSLA

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The U.S. spends more than $24 billion each year on medical devices that help treat respiratory diseases, which is an enormous market opportunity. In this episode of Industry Focus: Healthcare, host Shannon Jones is joined by Fool.com contributor Brian Feroldi to talk about three innovative medical device companies — Inogen, Resmed, and Inspire Medical -- that are all major players in this growing industry and they share their opinion on whether or not these deserve a spot in your portfolio.

Stock mentioned; INGN, RMD, INSP

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On July 9, Virgin Galactic, Richard Branson’s space tourism venture, announced plans to go public via a deal with Social Capital Hedosophia Holdings Corp., a special purpose acquisition company created by Social Capital CEO Chamath Palihapitiya. This represents the first time public investors will be able to invest directly in the recreational space industry. Motley Fool Contributor Luis Sanchez joins the podcast for the first time to break down the business, its financial prospects, and how it stacks up against the other major players in the industry, SpaceX and Blue Origin.

Stocks Mentioned: IPOA

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In the latest edition of our Between Two Fools interview series, Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel, CFP sits down for an interview with Steve Streit, founder and CEO of Green Dot Corporation (NYSE: GDOT). Plus, Frankel and host Jason Moser dive intoSquare’s (NYSE: SQ) recent earnings release and the surprise announcement of the sale of its Caviar foodservice platform, and also take a look at Capital One’s (NYSE: COF) data breach and what it could mean for investors. All of this and the stocks we’re watching now in this week’s episode of Industry Focus: Financials.

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Online education business 2U reported earnings this week, and while the past quarter's numbers were fine it seems like the growth story for the company might be changing. Simon Erickson, lead advisor of Motley Fool Explorer joins us to explain what's going on at 2U and why the stock sold off over 60%.

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 Social and environmental issues have become more and more important in recent years, and investing hasn’t been spared from this trend. As a result, there has been a steady increase in investing based on Environmental, Social, and Governance factors, commonly known as ESG investing. Although ESG is growing in importance, many investors are still unaware of its existence. Motley Fool Analyst Maria Gallagher joins the show to introduce investors to ESG and share one of her favorite ESG investments, Trex. 

Stocks Mentioned: TREX

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Pot stock HEXO is under fire over its use of social media advertising and if that isn't bad enough, its home province, Quebec, has proposed restrictions on marijuana edibles that could disrupt its growth plans. Is it game over for HEXO? Also, here's why  biopharma giant Pfizer is merging its off-patent drug portfolio with generic drug heavy weight Mylan. 

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On this week’s episode of Industry Focus: Consumer Goods host Jason Moser and Fool.com contributor Dan Kline take a look at the most recent quarters for Beyond Meat and Under Armour and drill down into Amazon's most recent Prime Day results and what it all really means for the company!

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We’ve now heard the latest results from most of the major U.S. banks, so in this episode of Industry Focus: Financials, host Jason Moser and Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel, CFP break down what investors need to know. Plus, they dig into the War on Cash and how cryptocurrencies could potentially affect some of our favorite payments companies, and each gives us one of their favorite foreign fintech companies to keep an eye on. All of this and more on this week’s installment.

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Thanks to a strong earnings report, Snap is finally back to the valuation it went public at several years ago. With users joining the platform, should investors be interested in shares? We talk about that, and Facebook's earnings release and the impact of the FTC's fine.

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We’re diving into the auto industry this week. With Ford reporting earnings Wednesday night, Motley Fool Contributor John Rosevear joins the show to break down the report and discuss Ford’s expanded partnership with Volkswagen focused around electric and autonomous vehicles. On the back half of the show, we take a look at negotiations beginning between the Big Three US Automakers and the United Auto Workers (UAW). Stay tuned to the end of the show to hear us all (including Dan Boyd) weigh in on Chevy’s new mid-engine Corvette.

 

Stocks Mentioned: F, VWAPY, GM, FCAU, 

 

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Marijuana stock CannTrust has revealed its been growing pot in unlicensed rooms, calling into question its future as a cannabis leader. Also, here’s why Gilead Sciences’ CEO just inked a multibillion deal with Galapagos to develop drugs together.

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The two biggest players in the cruise industry -- Carnival and Royal Caribbean -- have both generally performed well. The two companies, however, are in a bit of an arms race -- adding new ships with increasingly impressive features -- think ice skating rinks, laser tag, and robot-run bars just to start -- when questions exist as to whether younger people will want to cruise. Both companies have taken steps to market to younger generations and, so far, the numbers look good but as is the case on any cruise, a storm could be coming.

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On this week’s episode of Industry Focus: Financials host Jason Moser sits down with Foolish investing interns Alise Montgomery and Greg Bechtel. Tune in to learn more about the companies they're pitching to the investing team as well as the stocks on their radar as earnings season gets underway!

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We've got another tech stock on our watch list and.... shocker it's a SaaS business! Brian Feroldi jumps on the show to pitch Autodesk -- a company that makes software tools for engineers, architects, and designers. The company underwent the tough transition from the licensing model to the SaaS model and looks prime to take off.

Stocks: ADSK

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A home is the largest purchase the average person makes in his or her lifetime. However, real estate transactions can be intimidating, and because most people only go through the process once or twice, it’s hard to develop the experience needed to “know what you don’t know.” To help bridge this knowledge gap, Motley Fool personal finance experts Dan Kline and Maurie Backman join the podcast to share their experience buying properties and their 5 best tips for buying a new home.

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Motley Fool Co-Founder and CEO, Tom Gardner and Shannon Jones sit down with HealthEquity CEO, Jon Kessler. During the conversation, Jon Kessler reveals how the company is strategically positioned to help fix our broken healthcare system, his thoughts on the impacts of a single payer health system and the rationale behind acquiring WageWorks.

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On this week’s episode of Industry Focus: Financials host Jason Moser sits down with Brian Ballard, co-founder and CEO of Upskill, a company focused on building enterprise software for augmented reality devices. Tune in to learn more about what Upskill is doing and where Brian sees augmented reality taking us in the coming years!

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You asked, and we try to answer! We've got listener questions about:

- Why tariffs impact pure-play Chinese tech companies
- What investors should make of Naspers attempt to spin out its Tencent ownership
- If valuations have gotten a little too crazy for SaaS companies

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On this week’s episode, we’ve got another deal to break down, with Brookfield Infrastructure Partners announcing a plan to take Genesee and Wyoming Railroad private. Motley Fool Contributor Matt Dilallo joins the show to discuss what this latest transaction means for Brookfield and break down Rattler Midstream’s recent IPO, the largest energy IPO of 2019 so far and the first MLP to go public since 2017. 

Stocks Mentioned: BIP, BAM, RTLR, FANG

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After building Canopy Growth into the world’s biggest pot stock, CEO Bruce Linton has been terminated by the company’s board of directors. Here’s what you need to know about his exit, the company’s future, and if Linton thinks Canopy’s still a top stock to buy. Also, the latest updates on promising new gene therapies that could revolutionize hemophilia A and hemophilia B treatment. Stocks: CGC, STZ, OGR, SGMO, BMRN, QURE

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Endeavor, the world’s largest and longest running talent agency and owner of the UFC, recently filed its S-1 to go public. At the same time, an ongoing feud between the Writers Guild of America and major talent agencies, including Endeavor, has reached a fever pitch. Motley Fool Contributor Asit Sharma joins the show to break down the business, its prospects, and the threat posed by ongoing WGA dispute. 

Stocks Mentioned: EDR (proposed ticker)

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The June jobs report shows that our economy is creating far more jobs than expected, and this could make the Federal Reserve hesitant to cut rates as expected. In this episode of Industry Focus: Financials, host Jason Moser and Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel CFP discuss the jobs report, the upcoming wave of bank earnings, and how these stories tie together. Plus, the pair discusses the downsides to the War on Cash and shares what stocks they’re watching now.

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Description: With the 4th of July holiday this week, we’re bringing all the Industry Focus Hosts together to break down the biggest stories of the year so far. In Part 3, we share our wish lists of companies we wish were public but aren’t, give our top stock to watch right now, and share our favorite 4th of July activities. 


Stocks Mentioned: RGNX, ADBE, RDFN,

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With the 4th of July holiday this week, we’re bringing all the Industry Focus Hosts together to break down the biggest stories of the year so far. In Part 2, we break down some of the biggest trends and news items in investing this year to decide whether they’re News, or Noise. Next, we take a look at some recent IPOs to determine whether investors should be saying Oh Yeah, or Oh No to these newly public companies. 

Stocks Mentioned: PINS, ZM, UBER, LYFT, BYND

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With the 4th of July holiday this week, we’re bringing all the Industry Focus Hosts together to break down the biggest stories of the year so far. In Part 1, we discuss the state of the stock market today, take a look at some indicators that could suggest where the economy is headed next, and dive into the antitrust rumors surrounding Big Tech. 

Stocks Mentioned: FB, AMZN, GOOG, GOOGL, AAPL

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It's been a big news week for Apple -- the company scooped up a self-driving start up, released new figures on Apple Music, and its design head is heading out. We break it all down on today's show.

Stocks: AAPL, SPOT

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Earlier this month, Raytheon and United Technologies announced a “merger of equals,” promising to create the world’s second largest aerospace company by total revenues. At the same time, United Technologies has also been preparing for the spinoff of its OTIS elevator and Carrier HVAC divisions. Motley Fool Contributor Lou Whiteman joins the show to break down these deals and more on this week’s episode of Industry Focus: Energy & Industrials. 

Stocks Mentioned: UTX, RTN

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Shannon Jones and Jason Moser breakdown the proposed megamerger between AbbVie and Allergan. Also, Jason Moser shares his thinking and the stocks behind his “Healthcare and Wealthcare” basket.

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On this week’s episode of Industry Focus: Consumer Goods host Jason Moser and Fool.com contributor Dan Kline dig into the burgeoning world of augmented reality and talk about the many different ways investors will be able to win from this growing and impactful technology.

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In this week's episode of Industry Focus: Financials, host Dylan Lewis and Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel, CFP discuss two recent news stories. As expected, the Federal Reserve held interest rates steady, but opened the door for a rate cut in July. On the more unexpected end of the spectrum, PayPal (NASDAQ: PYPL) announced the unexpected departure of a key executive. Here's what investors need to know about both of them. 

 

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A proposed law could be big trouble for the business models of tech giants like Facebook, Google, and Twitter. We explain the laws that currently allow these companies to host user content without being liable for its content and how it could change under the proposed law.

Stocks: WORK, FB, GOOG, GOOGL, TWTR

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Earlier this month, FedEx announced that it would no longer provide domestic express service to Amazon. What does this breakup mean for Amazon, e-commerce, and the future of logistics? Motley Fool Contributor Dan Kline joins the show to answer this question and more on this week’s episode of Industry Focus: Energy & Industrials.


Stocks Mentioned: FDX, AMZN, UPS, SHOP, WMT, TGT, DG

 

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Most investors will never come in contact with the products that are made by medical device companies. That fact can make it hard for them to research these types of businesses. However, when a medical device company creates a game-changing product it can often go on to create huge shareholder value in time. On this week's episode of Industry Focus: Healthcare, host Shannon Jones sits down with Fool.com's Brian Feroldi to talk about three hidden medical device makers that could be on the verge of generating meaningful returns for their investors: ViewRay, Nervo, and LeMaitre Vascular.

Stocks: VRAY, NVRO, LMAT

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America’s malls are changing. Some well-known retail brands have gone away replaced by digital retailers. That has forced mall operators to be creative in finding alternative ways to fill space. That’s a work in progress at many malls but it’s something the owners of at least some malls have proven successful at doing.

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On this week’s episode of Industry Focus: Financials host Jason Moser sits down with Brendan Mathews, VP of Motley Fool Ventures to talk about working in venture capital, the types of companies they're looking at, the differences between public and private investing and some of the big trends the team is following!

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Another tech unicorn is going public -- Slack! We break down how the SaaS communication company works, its financials and its $17B valuation. We also explain the company's curious name, and why it has an eerie resemblance to Fool favorite Shopify.

Stocks: WORK, SHOP

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It’s been a wild couple weeks for Fiat Chrysler and Renault. After Fiat made a merger offer in late May, Renault shareholders Nissan and the French government balked at the deal, leading Fiat to withdraw its offer. Motley Fool Senior Auto Analyst John Rosevear joins the podcast to break down the political issues that have sidetracked the merger and discuss why we’ve been seeing so many major automotive partnerships recently, both between OEMs and autonomy startups.

Stocks Mentioned: FCAU, RNLSY, NSANY, GM, F, VWAGY, RACE, TSLA, HMC, TM

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Earlier this month, industry watchers gathered at the annual American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) conference to discuss the latest research in the battle against cancer. In today's show, biotech investing expert Brad Loncar shares his key takeaways from the event, including must-hear insight into programs underway at Iovance Biotherapeutics, MacroGenics, and the biotech unicorn, Grail.

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We’re re-airing one of our favorite episodes from last year -- we breakdown how scams works, the signs of a scam, and how you can protect yourself with Fool.com's resident detective, Matthew Cochrane.

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Mortgage REITs can be attractive to income investors, with many sporting double-digit yields, but it’s important to know what you’re getting into before adding one to your portfolio. In this Industry Focus: Financialsepisode, Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel, CFP discusses the basics of this unique type of company. Plus, host Jason Moser gives his take on Docusign’s (NASDAQ: DOCU) latest earnings report, and the pair answer some listener emails. You’ll hear all this and more on this week’s episode!

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2019 is the year of IPOs! We're digging through another prospectus from a soon-to-be-public tech company: Fiverr. The gig economy site is getting ready to go public, but should investors be excited?

Stocks: UPWK

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Pinterest, Beyond Meat, and Uber might be grabbing all of the financial headlines, but a little-known medical device company called Shockwave Medical (NASDAQ:SWAV) recently went public and has been a massive winner for early investors.

In this episode of Industry Focus: Healthcare, host Shannon Jones and fool.com contributors Brian Feroldi take a closer look at Shockwave Medical’s technology, market opportunity, and financial statements to discuss why Wall Street is so excited.  

They also provide investors with an update on Novocure (NASDAQ:NVCR), which is another fast-growing medical device maker that recently secured an important regulatory win.

Stocks mentioned: SWAV, NVCR

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Over the last several years, nerdculture and pop culture have become one and the same, with Avengers movies and Game of Thrones dominating the conversation. As this interest has grown, businesses have moved to satisfy audience demand for products associated with pop culture. On today’s episode, Motley Fool Analyst Jim Gillies and Contributor Dan Kline join the show to break down two companies operating in the space: Gamestop and Funko.

Stay tuned to the end to hear us discuss our favorite video games of all time!

Stocks Mentioned: GME, FNKO, BKS

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In this week’s episode of Industry Focus: Financials, Jason Moser sits down with analyst Auri Hughes in the latest installment of our Between Two Fools interview series. Then, Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel, CFP talks with Moser about why bank stocks have underperformed the market in the midst of the trade war, the most important things investors should look for in company 10k and 10q filings, and what to think about when rolling over a 401(k). All that, plus the latest stocks we’re watching on this week’s information-packed episode.

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We've got our hands on Uber's first set of earnings results as a publicly traded company -- we talk about why losses widened and the comments from management that surprised us. Also, we hit a looming anti-trust issue for Apple.

Stocks: AAPL, UBER, LYFT

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A home is the largest purchase the average person makes in his or her lifetime. However, real estate transactions can be intimidating, and because most people only go through the process once or twice, it’s hard to develop the experience needed to “know what you don’t know.” To help bridge this knowledge gap, Motley Fool personal finance experts Dan Kline and Maurie Backman join the podcast to share their experience buying properties and their 5 best tips for buying a new home.

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Here's why paying $2 million for Novartis' revolutionary gene therapy for SMA may not be as crazy as it sounds. 
Also, why shares slumped after BioMarin reported its gene therapy may virtually eliminate bleeding in hemophilia A patients.

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On this week’s episode of Industry Focus: Consumer Goods host Jason Moser and Fool.com contributor Asit Sharma take a look at the most recent quarters for The Home Depot and Lowe's and kick the tires on Canadian Tire. Plus Jason sits down with Motley Fool analyst Thomas King on a new installment of Between Two Fools!

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Back in January, the FTC put out its antitrust case against Qualcomm and now we have Federal Judge Lucy Koh's decision. We explore the decision, what it means for Qualcomm and how it might radically change the business.

Stocks: QCOM, AAPL

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The real estate brokerage industry hasn’t changed much in decades, with high commissions and an opaque buying process. However, Redfin is changing the industry for the better, aiming to fulfill its mission to “Redefine real estate in the consumer’s favor.”

With a powerful value proposition, capable management, and a huge addressable market, Redfin is an up-and-coming Rulebreaker that investors should be receiving investors’ attention. Motley Fool Analyst Tim Beyers and Industry Focus Host Nick Sciple, both Redfin shareholders, break down Redfin’s competitive advantages, opportunities, and risks on this week’s episode.

Stocks Mentioned: RDFN, ZG

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We highlight two biotech stocks making oral presentations that could move their share price next month. Plus, Emily Flippen discusses an SEC proposal that could change reporting requirements for early stage biotechs.

Stocks: RGNX BPMC

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Chinese coffee company Luckin has aggressive plans to add thousands of stores and it's willing to lose a lot of money to do that. That puts it in competition with Starbucks though there might be enough customers for both. In addition Target sold out of its exclusive Vineyard Vines collection and that may not be a good thing.

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In the latest installment of our Between Two Fools interview series, host Jason Moser sits down with Prudential (NYSE: PRU) CFO Ken Tanji to talk about financial wellness and what the company is doing to try to improve the financial wellness of Americans. Plus, Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel, CFP talks about why Green Dot (NASDAQ: GDOT) plunged after its recent earnings report, and you’ll also hear what stocks are on our radar this week. All this and more on this week’s episode of Industry Focus: Financials.

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We've got our hands on the first report for recently public Pinterest! We dive in and try and figure out why the stock sold off 10% after earnings, and check in on 2018 IPOs Upwork and Docusign to see how they're faring after their first year on the market.

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If you took a hot shower this morning, there’s a good chance you got your hot water thanks to a product from A.O. Smith, America’s largest manufacturer of hot water heaters. Operating in an oligopoly market with growing demand as more of the world enters the middle class, A.O. Smith is up 9X over the last 10 years and counts itself among elite company as a dividend aristocrat.  With shares down today on a recent short report from J Capital Research, Motley Fool Analyst John Rotonti joins the show to break down the investment opportunities and risks surrounding A.O. Smith today.

Stocks Mentioned: AOS

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It's a battle of the big bio's on this episode of Industry Focus Healthcare. Is Gilead Sciences finally overcoming its hep C headwind? Is Amgen beating back biosimilars? We dig into the details as we discuss which of these biopharma behemoths delivered better first quarter results. Stocks: GILD, AMGN

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You've undoubtedly been exposed to the multi-level marketing industry -- Facebook posts from people you went to high school with, phone calls asking you to come to Tupperware parties. Millions of Americans participate in the space, whether they call it "direct selling" "network marketing" or something else entirely. On this show, we explain why we won't invest in the industry, and how the average distributor tends to make out.

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In this installment of Industry Focus: Financials, we sit down for a chat with Fool analyst T.J. Piggott. Then, host Jason Moser and Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel, CFP discuss the latest earnings from Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK-A) (NYSE: BRK-B), Square (NYSE: SQ), and Markel (NYSE: MKL). And, as always, the pair shares two stocks on the top of their watch list right now.

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In the digital ad world, the Google and Facebook swallow up most of the market share... and headlines. But there are a lot of smaller players in digital advertising that could be great ways to play the mega-trend. We run through their recent results on today's show.

Stocks: ROKU, TTD, TLRA

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With Chevron bowing out of the bidding for Anadarko Petroleum, it appears Occidental has won its bid for the Permian E&P giant, with help from Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway. Motley Fool Contributor Matt Dillalo and Industry Focus Host Nick Sciple break down what the deal means for all the parties involved and take a look at Berkshire Hathaway’s earnings reported over the weekend.

Stocks Mentioned: BRK, OXY, CVX, APC, KHC, BAM, KMI

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Earnings season continues to heat up and several medical device makers have reported their first-quarter results. In this episode of Industry Focus: Healthcare, host Shannon Jones and Brian Feroldi discuss why Abiomed (NASDAQ:ABMD) and Intersect ENT (NASDAQ:XENT) are off to a rough start in 2019 and why things couldn't be going better for Insulet (NASDAQ:PODD) and Novocure(NASDAQ:NVCR).  

Stocks mentioned: ABMD, XENT, PODD, and NVCR

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Over the last nine months, African swine fever has ravaged the pig population in China, causing tens of thousands of animals to be culled from herds. Side effects from this disease will be lasting and wide reaching, affecting everything from global meat demand, the Chinese yuan, and even tariff talks between the U.S. and China. Motley Fool Contributor Dan Kline and Industry Focus Host Nick Sciple break down these issues and more, as well as discussing Charlie Munger’s recent statement that Amazon has more to fear from Costco than the other way around.

Stocks Mentioned: BYND, MCD, TSN, SAFM, PPC, JBSAY, ADM, BG, COST, AMZN

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On this week’s episode of Industry Focus: Financials host Jason Moser and Industry Focus: Tech host Dylan Lewis tackle a real-life financial situation as Dylan tries to figure out what to do with a substantial stock gift he recently received. Plus Jason sits down with Motley Fool analyst Maria Gallagher on a new installment of Between Two Fools!

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Motley Fool Senior Auto Analyst John Rosevear and Industry Focus Host Nick Sciple discuss the recent earnings reports from Ford and GM, including Ford’s recent $500 million dollar investment in EV developer Rivian.

Stocks Mentioned: GM, F

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Shares of the leading ride-sharing company will hit the market soon, so how does giant Uber compare to already-public Lyft? We break that down, and talk results from Apple's most recent quarter.

Stocks: AAPL, UBER

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Motley Fool Senior Auto Analyst John Rosevear returns to the show to discuss the latest Tesla news, from its recent earnings report, Investor Autonomy Day, its recent filing to raise capital, and more.

Stocks Mentioned: TSLA

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In this earnings brawl episode of Industry Focus Healthcare, diabetes disruptor Tandem Diabetes faces off against telehealth titan Teladoc. Place your bets, because the winner may surprise you.

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