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Rhian Hunt

Rhian Hunt

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Rhian Hunt grew up in a crowded Connecticut suburb before moving to Wisconsin, where he enjoys being an outdoorsman, relishing the struggle against mountainous snowfalls during the eternal-seeming winters and aerial armadas of mosquitoes over the summer. Rhian studied Business Economics and Microeconomics at the University of Wisconsin. A lifelong interest in writing led to first professional freelancing, then becoming a Motley Fool author.

Recent articles

Pet Food Shopping

Why General Mills Is Still a Buy Despite Its Earnings Miss

Despite short-term disruptions, the branded food company should remain a long-term winner.


Nikola Tre BEV

3 Ways Nikola Could Win Back Traction in 2022

The EV truck maker achieved several positive milestones but there's still a long, difficult road to profitability.


Portillo's Exterior Naperville

Is Recent Restaurant IPO Portillo's Worth Watching in 2022?

The Chicago-style hot dog and Italian beef chain is facing inflationary headwinds.


Tesla Model S Dramatic Lighting

3 Important Takeaways From Nio's Electric Car Event

The EV maker's "Nio Day" revealed several potentially important pieces of news, but major problems remain.


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Did Crocs Trip Over Its Own Feet With This $2.5 Billion Acquisition?

The company is adding a new casual footwear brand to its lineup and branching out into related markets.

Two Rivian R1T Pickups

Rivian's First Earnings Report Looks Like Tesla's Early Days, But Here's What's Different

The electric pickup maker made just $1 million in revenue but has an over $100 billion market cap.


Cinena Movie Watching

Why Meme Stock AMC Entertainment May Have an Ongoing Lease on Life

Retail investors are still punching above their weight when it comes to their bullish influence on the cinema operator's share price.


2022 F-150 Lightning Pro Towing

Why Ford's Halt to F-150 Lightning Reservations Could Be Upbeat for Investors

Ford has stopped taking reservations for the Ford F-150 Lightning while it backs a solid-state EV battery company.


Video Hosting Concept

How Trump's Media Platform Deal With Rumble Could Benefit Both Companies

Both companies are heading for SPAC merger launches on public stock exchanges.


Coffee and Donuts Counter

3 Reasons Restaurant Brands International Is Starting to Look Like a Tasty Stock

A Justin Bieber promotion is helping, but it's just one part of a larger set of improvements.

Toyota Tacoma Off-Roading

Why These 2 Electric Car Companies Are Better Bets than Toyota Motor

Toyota is moving ahead with its electrification plans, but it's still at a disadvantage.


Boots Shoe Store

2 Ways Shoe Carnival May Achieve Its Multi-Billion Dollar Goals

The company is putting its best foot forward, though there could be some risks to its expansion plans.


Ford F150 Lightning Off-Road

What Ford's November Sales Reveal About Its Turnaround Efforts

The company continues advancing its electrification strategy while overall sales improve.


Camping and Fishing

Can Sportsman's Warehouse Thrive Despite Its Merger Falling Through?

The situation may not be looking as bleak for the company as Wall Street thinks.


Container Ship Ocean

Are Retailers That Charter Their Own Cargo Ships a Better Buy Right Now?

This strategic approach looks like a good way to ensure inventory, but it might have downsides.

A Land's End Store Interior

Is Lands' End Being Valued Too Harshly by the Market?

Lands' End posted revenue growth despite supply chain headwinds but still saw its stock punished following earnings.


Faimly at the Movies

Is AMC Entertainment Losing on the Big Screen With Its Latest Decline?

The drop comes right after a relative box office success and an NFT announcement.


Euro City Food Delivery

Will Either of These Delivery Stocks Turn Profitable Anytime Soon?

The two companies have different approaches but are still generating net losses.


shipping-cargo-ship

Is This Shipping Industry Dividend Stock a Winner for the Coming Year?

The company is a stock market darling at the moment, but can its impetus last?


Best Buy Curbside Pickup

Is the Best Buy Crash an Overreaction to the Retail "Crime Wave"?

The bottom dropped out of Best Buy's bull run when the effect of "shrinkage" became known.