Jason Moser

Jason Moser

TMFJMo

Jason A. Moser is an analyst for Motley Fool One. He finds stocks that make money and tells the world about them. He's also won a Buzzy. And an Awessie.


Recent articles

Summer Reading (and Listening) Recommendations for Investors

Looking for a beach read or a podcast to pass the time on the family trip? We run through some of our favorite tech books and shows so you can still get your fix during the slow months of summer.


The Perils of Short Selling a Stock

Apparently Snap's IPO has a lot of people thinking about shorting stocks -- we answer a listener question and get into the nitty gritty risks of deciding to go short.




How Big Gains Are Made

Foolish investors know that the really big gains come with two things: time and patience.

The Dangers of Day Trading

There's no question that investors can make money day trading, but it's simply not sustainable over time.



13 Ways Enron Can Make You a Better Investor

There are plenty of valuable lessons from the Enron calamity that are always worth reiterating and examining. Here are 13 that can make you a better investor.



Stocks on Our Radar: Twitter

It’s been a tough year for Twitter so far, with shares down close to 40%; but there are reasons for investors to be optimistic about the long-term picture for the stock.




1 Unsolicited Foolish Suggestion for Chipotle Mexican Grill

There may just be an opportunity for Chipotle to separate itself even more from the pack. It would take thoughtful effort to carry out, but if management could tackle the issue of sodium content in their food today, it could very well lead them to much greater things down the road.


These 2 Stocks Should Be on Your Radar

Last week, Jason Moser joined Barry Armstrong on his radio show Financial Exchange on WRKO AM 680 in Boston and shared two stock ideas for investors to consider today: Chipotle and Carter's.


Stocks on Our Radar: Xoom Corporation

Taking a closer look at global money transfer company Xoom, its growing market opportunity, and why investors should put the stock on their watchlists.