Rick Munarriz

Rick Munarriz

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Since 1995, Rick has been writing for The Motley Fool, where he's a consumer and tech stocks specialist. Yes, that's a long time with more than 20,000 bylines over those 24 years. He's been an analyst for Motley Fool Rule Breakers and a portfolio lead analyst for Motley Fool Supernova since each newsletter service's inception. He earned his BBA and MBA from the University of Miami, and he splits his time living in Miami, Florida and Celebration, Florida.


Recent articles

3 Silver Linings to Netflix's Big Miss

The world's leading premium streaming video service blows its subscriber guidance, but there's still a lot to like in its second-quarter performance.


Is Uber a Buy?

The leading ride-hailing service is a broken IPO, but you can't get in the way of a moving car when it's heading in the right direction.


Don't Bet Against Twilio Stock

The cloud-based communications specialist gets another bullish analyst note two weeks ahead of critical quarterly results.


Blue Apron's Rally Is Beyond Ridiculous

The meal kit provider soars after striking a deal for Beyond Meat burgers, but the gains aren't likely to stick. Where's the beef?


Don't Trust the New Slack Bulls

Analysts who helped bring the email disruptor to market last month are chiming in with upbeat opinions, but the real story is Slack itself.


Are FANG Stocks Hot Again?

Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, and Google parent Alphabet are beating the market again in 2019 -- just as it should always be.



Netflix Has a Lot to Prove This Week

The world's leading premium streaming video service reports second-quarter results on Wednesday afternoon, and there's never a dull moment.




Where Will Netflix Be in 5 Years?

An awful lot of popular content will be exiting the streaming video leader soon, which has some questioning its long-term prospects.


Vipshop Stock Can't Catch a Break

The online flash sale specialist makes a play for a bricks-and-mortar outlet center operator. It's a smarter move than the market's reaction suggests.


Is Pinterest a Buy?

The social discovery platform operator has its finger on the pulse of what lifestyle consumers and marketers crave. Stock gains should follow.



3 Top Stocks Under $5

Qutoutiao, Trivago, and Fitbit have Happy Meal price tags, but they could be heartier meals for patient growth investors.