Women have different challenges in investing, including a wage gap and longer life expectancies. We’ve got two conversations addressing some of those challenges. Deidre Woollard talks with Sallie Krawcheck, co-founder and CEO of Ellevest (a bank and robo-advisor specifically designed for women) about how she’s helping more women invest and a lesser-known savings tool for investors who want to give back. And 18:39 minutes in, Dana Corl Kasarda talks with Kathryn Tuggle, co-author of the new book “How to Money”, about some of the positive ways that stereotypes are changing for women and investing.
Hosts: Deidre Woollard, Dana Corl Kasarda
Guests: Sallie Krawcheck, Kathryn Tuggle
Producer: Ricky Mulvey
Engineers: Dan Boyd, Brandon Gentry, Spencer Daniel
Nvidia and Apple are two of the biggest companies investing in the metaverse, but they're making headlines today for different reasons. Bill Mann discusses Nvidia's unusual stock movement, the graphics chipmaker slowing hiring and their guidance, Apple targeting the same iPhone production levels as last year, and why he's more concerned for Android phone makers than he is for Apple. Also, Asit Sharma talks with Rickey Mulvey about the real possibilities (and companies) that might emerge from the metaverse.
Stocks discussed: NVDA, FB, AAPL, U, GOOGL, WDFC, IBM, RBLX, DIS
Host: Chris Hill
Guests: Bill Mann, Ricky Mulvey, Asit Sharma
Producer: Ricky Mulvey
Engineer: Dan Boyd, Rick Engdahl
As rough a year as it's been so far for stocks, there's one industry doing just fine. Bill Mann discusses why oil and gas stocks have done well in 2022, how he expects industry giants like Chevron and Exxon Mobil to deploy capital, reports that Airbnb is getting ready to exit China, and a way that U.S. investors can think about getting exposure to the 400 million millennials in China. Also, Jason Moser and Matt Argersinger share some lessons from past bear markets and three investment ideas for anyone looking to keep things simple.
Stocks discussed: XOM, CVX, ABNB, SBUX, MCD, YUMC, VYM, VIG, HD
Host: Chris Hill
Guests: Bill Mann, Jason Moser, Matt Argersinger
Producer: Ricky Mulvey
Engineer: Dan Boyd
"We got the inventory wrong." That's basically what Target CEO Brian Cornell said about his company's latest results. Bill Mann discusses why Cornell and Walmart CEO Doug McMillon should have warned investors sooner about their latest quarterly numbers, the inventory glut major these retailers will have to work through, Lowe's benefitting from the residential home environment, and whether Target's stock is more attractive after last week's drop. Also, Tim Beyers talks with Arista Networks CEO Jayshree Ullal about how her company is diversifying its revenue stream, and one thing investors often get wrong about Arista.
You might not think of your money as a flock of sheep, but Dr. Martha Beck does. And it makes more sense than you’d imagine. A best-selling author and life coach, Beck joins Motley Fool contributor Brian Stoffel to discuss why you should ask yourself “how much is enough?”; how to align your investments with a personal mission statement; and yes, financial lessons from chimpanzees.
Is Wall Street starting to take a breath before reacting to earnings reports? Tim Beyers discusses Roblox shares rising despite (on the surface) a disappointing Q1 report, developer exchange fees, and why The Trade Desk is a company in transition. Also, Asit Sharma and Bill Mann take a closer look at Fiverr International, an online marketplace for freelance services.
The future of the metaverse is murky, even if its present technical challenges are clear. But there may be a few trillion reasons why investors should keep their eyes on this new frontier. Venture capitalist Matthew Ball is author of the upcoming book, “The Metaverse: And How It Will Revolutionize Everything.” Asit Sharma talks with him about the technical challenges in bringing the metaverse to life, a murky future for all involved, and why Nike may have meaningful exposure to the metaverse
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More than 40 years after Margaret Thatcher introduced Right to Buy, the current Prime Minister is considering plans to revamp the scheme. Could it unleash a home buying revolution and help give a much needed boost to the Government, or is it a bad idea rehashing an old scheme? This week, Simon Lambert, Lee Boyce and Georgie Frost discuss the plans, how it could work and why it may be unleashed in the near future. Would it be unfair to private renters? With ever increasing property prices, would people be able to purchase them? And what are the current Right to Buy rules? It's safe to say that green bonds, launched by National Savings and Investments last year, have been a damp squib. Rates on them are low, and a three-year fix is a relatively niche product. Just how far have they missed the mark and could the rate head higher again to make them more attractive? On the other hand, Premium Bonds continue to be an incredibly popular way to save. The two jackpot winners this month had huge sums held in them – is that the only chance you have of winning a £1million, maxing out the holdings? There are calls to claim your pension credit – nearly one million people are missing out on extra cash and 'the door to more,' by not taking advantage. Could you, or someone you know, benefit? The Bank of England celebrates 25 years of independence – we ask whether New Labour's gamble of making it independent has paid off, just as it hikes base rate to a 13-year high of 1%. Meanwhile, Lee reveals details of a new This is Money columnist signing – businessman Dave Fishwick is ready to take your business and careers questions – find out how you can contact him.
Busy week for investors as the April jobs report came two days after the Federal Reserve raised interest rates a half-percent. Ron Gross and Jason Moser discuss pitfalls and potential for stock investors, rocky times for e-commerce companies Etsy, Shopify, and Wayfair, Booking Holdings and Marriott leading the travel industry, AMD defying expectations, Under Armour hitting an 11-year low, and the latest from Zillow, Block, and Starbucks. Plus, at 19 minutes in, Malcolm Ethridge, CFP and host of “The Tech Money Podcast”, weighs in on the Nasdaq selloff and the potential for commercial real estate. He also offers a sneak preview of his upcoming book! Finally, Jason and Ron discuss a new breakfast innovation and share two stocks on their radar: Outset Medical and Domino’s Pizza.
The Nasdaq fell 5%, continuing a rough year for investors. Andy Cross discusses the short-term pain being felt by all investors, including us; Shopify's 1st-quarter results looking similar to Amazon's; Deliverr, the logistics company Shopify just bought for $2.1 billion; and EPAM Systems, the IT services provider that surprised investors with a strong 1st quarter. Plus, Jim Gillies talks with Ricky Mulvey about MTY Food Group, a Canadian food franchisor small cap with potential.
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