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Nicholas Rossolillo

Nicholas Rossolillo


Nicholas has been a writer for the Motley Fool since 2015, covering companies primarily in the consumer goods and technology sectors. He is also the founder and president of Concinnus Financial, a Registered Investment Advisor based in Spokane, WA. He enjoys the outdoors up and down the West Coast with his wife and their Humane Society-rescued dog.

Recent articles

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3 Top Tech Stocks to Buy in April

The economy overall may be reeling, but the digital economy just got a shot in the arm.

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3 Recession-Ready Stocks to Buy in April

Stock markets have already taken a beating, but it isn’t too late to purchase some recession insurance.

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Streaming Will Be the Lone Shred of Good News In Disney’s Next Earnings Report

Streaming entertainment stocks are hot, but Disney still has much riding on the physical world as well.

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How to Pick the Best Stocks to Buy During The Coronavirus Sell-Off

Lots of stocks are on sale, but whittling down the field to the best buys is imperative.

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Amidst COVID-19 Induced Market Panic, Palo Alto Networks Goes Shopping

Cash -- with low debt -- is king for a reason.


Dark Clouds Have Gathered Around Xilinx's Outlook, but Fundamentals Are Sound

First the trade war and now coronavirus. As bad as it’s been, this chipmaker is doing fine.

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What Could Go Right and Wrong for Upwork and the Gig Economy During the Coronavirus Crisis

Recent events will leave a lasting impact on society, and some companies are set to benefit.

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Why Intuitive Surgical's Coronavirus Sell-off is an Incredible Buying Opportunity

Elective surgeries may be on hold for now, but this healthcare stock has a lot going for it.

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Universal Studios Theme Parks Are Closed. That Doesn't Mean Disaster For Comcast.

If NBCUniversal was independent, that would be a different story. But it’s not.

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Why I Loaded Up on Hasbro During the Coronavirus Crash

Before recent glowing comments from the CEO helped boost the stock, shares were looking quite cheap ... and are still a bargain.

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3 Productive Activities While Stuck At Home Due to Coronavirus

Sheltering-in-place could be just the thing you need to forge some new rewarding long-term activity.

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Thanks To Nike's Quarterly Results, Skechers Stock Looks Like A Real Steal

The digital and direct-to-consumer economy is getting a massive boost, and Nike isn’t the only one to benefit.

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Why Texas Roadhouse Is My Top Coronavirus Crisis Restaurant Buy

The outlook for the industry is dire in the wake of COVID-19, but some restaurants will fare just fine.

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Is Cheesecake Factory's 7% Dividend Yield Safe?

Maintaining financial flexibility is key, and axing the shareholder payout is certainly an option.

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The World Has Changed, but Micron Is Still in Good Shape

Fiscal Q2 2020 earnings results came in near the top of guidance, and the outlook for the chipmaker is solid.

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Will Coronavirus Be the Last Act for Movie Theaters?

The industry could get a whole lot smaller this year.


Warren Buffett Was Right; Some Corporations Have Been Doing Share Buybacks All Wrong

Not all share repurchase programs are created equal, but the bad ones are beginning to look especially egregious.


Why I'm in No Hurry to Purchase Disney Stock

It’s still one of my favorite long-term bets, but things could get worse before they get better.

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STORE Capital Is Down 46% in a Month. What Happened to This Retail REIT?

Commercial property just flipped the switch from e-commerce risk to in-person visit risk in a matter of weeks.

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3 Stocks With the Financial Strength to Survive This Pandemic

When others throw the baby out with the bathwater, it's sometimes wise to adopt the baby.