One day after the Super Bowl, our analysts convene for Monday's edition of Investor Beat, to discuss the top business and investing stories from the market today.
The Seattle Seahawks were the winners of Super Bowl XLVIII by a wide margin -- that much is clear. What is less clear is which businesses came away winners from the "Ad Bowl," the unofficial competition for the best commercial to air during the game. In this segment, Motley Fool analysts Jason Moser and Taylor Muckerman talk with host Chris Hill about how the market is reacting to some of the best commercials from Super Bowl Sunday, whether or not one clever expensive ad can really have an impact on a company's bottom line, and why Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) may have been the real winner here, despite not airing an ad at all.
Is the way we watch the big game about to change for good?
You know cable's going away. But do you know how to profit? There's $2.2 trillion out there to be had. Currently, cable grabs a big piece of it. That won't last. And when cable falters, three companies are poised to benefit. Click here for their names. Hint: They're not Netflix, Google, and Apple.
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