Bill Barker & Bryan Hinmon from Motley Fool Funds analyze the latest results from Whole Foods, L Brands and Weight Watchers. Bryan explains what an “and” stock is and we try to make sense of Tribune Publishing’s latest move.
The team takes a look at earnings from The New York Times and
Grubhub, two very different companies with some surprising
parallels. Plus they dive into the future of Apple and if Tim Cook
is to blame for the stock’s recent problems.
We sift through the wreckage of the now-defunctHalliburton/Baker Hughes deal. Hulu makes the battle for the livingroom more interesting, and we discuss the newest player in theathletic apparel industry: Uncle Martian. For a free copy ofour new...
Australia’s economy is on a 25-year bull run. Motley Fool
AU analyst Donny Buchanan shares the peril & promise of
investing in Australia, how investors regard Big Banks, and why a
200-acre farm is considered small.
Earnings from BP continue to suffer half a decade after its
spill in the Gulf, while The Container Store and Coach report
earnings of their own. Plus the team speculates wildly about
earnings from Chipotle and Apple after market close.
Halliburton delays its earnings call. Gannett makes a $815
million bid to gain even more control of the newspaper industry.
Plus we look at the latest dance between automakers and dip into
the Fool Mailbag.
Episode 1,000 features analysis of the latest earnings from Under Armour, DR Horton, Sherwin-Williams, Las Vegas Sands and Mattel. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag and share the “Uncle Joe” origin story!
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