Fool TV: Stocks Without Boundaries: The Go-Anywhere Content Kings

Motley Fool Chief Rule Breaker and Co-Founder David Gardner believes that innovative companies such as Sony (NYSE: SNE  ) are making sure that content remains king ... as long as it's portable. Whether they're watching a pro baseball game on the Sony PlayStation 3, checking out a Hollywood movie via the new Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX  ) application on the iPad from Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL  ) , or enjoying a book on the Kindle from Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN  ) , people everywhere are participating in a "go anywhere" content revolution that has captured smart investors' attention.

In this Fool TV video, David reveals the winners and likely losers in a world where your home entertainment center follows you anywhere you want to go. For analysis on this emerging industry and these four big players in it, watch the video here:

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David Gardner owns shares of Amazon.com, Netflix, and Apple, which are all Motley Fool Stock Advisor recommendations. The Fool has a disclosure policy.


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  • Report this Comment On April 29, 2010, at 2:48 PM, Hokie33 wrote:

    David,

    I agree I can't wait for the day I don't have to pay a cable bill!!! I hate having to have 150 channels and only watching maybe 10 of those all the time.

  • Report this Comment On April 29, 2010, at 5:20 PM, TMFSpiffyPop wrote:

    Hokie -- that's a really good point. Because in an age of choice and consumer freedoms, the old regulated model of paying (too much) for cable, locked into packages that have you paying for stuff you have no interest in watching -- is going to get severely challenged. And that's great news for us as consumers. And it's excellent news as well for content owners and providers -- and even secondarily content aggregators (like Netflix, or Amazon) who own consumer love. Cable companies don't.

  • Report this Comment On May 05, 2010, at 1:36 PM, FutureMonkey wrote:

    Sweet Fancy Moses! David where can I get cable for only $30/month? My cable bill is 3x that. I don't even get MLB.tv either! I must not be living my life right.

    Great 120 as usual. Made me wanna buy some stocks, and a PS3 and a iPAD and a Roku/WiDi/Slingbox or whatever the kids got these days. I think this is why my wife won't let me hang out with guys like David.

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