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Mark Reeth

Mark Reeth

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Mark Reeth is an incredibly handsome Consumer Goods editor, and is an expert on all things that fall within the Consumer Goods sector (especially video games). Follow him on Twitter for all of the most important CG news.

Recent articles

Can Nintendo Save the Wii U at E3 2014?

Nintendo's Wii U console desperately needs a spark. Can the company make that happen at this year's E3?


Expectations for E3, the Greatest Show in Gaming

The Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3, kicks off this week. Investors and gamers alike should be paying attention to what Sony, Microsoft, EA, and all the other big players in video games have to say.


What We Learned From the E3 Press Conferences

E3 is only just beginning, but Microsoft, Sony, and EA want to kick things off on a high note. Do any of the big gaming companies manage to outshine their peers?


Does All the Good News About Tesla Motors Inc. Mean It's Time to Buy?

With news about patents, state rulings, and competition, is today really the day to invest in Tesla?


Where the Money Is: Ranking theTop 5 Retail Stock for 2014

Coach Inc., CVS Caremark, Lululemon Athletica, Michael Kors Holdings Ltd., Amazon.com are five retailers we like, but which one takes the top slot?

Tweet It! Derrick Rose, Facebook, and Kitties in Hoodies

What do Derrick Rose, Facebook, and tiny kitties in hoodies have in common? They all caught our eye in the Twitter universe.


What Are Same-Store Sales and How Do They Affect Chipotle Mexican Grill and J. C. Penney?

Comparable-store sales are an important metric for judging the business health of retailers and restaurants -- here's why.


Does MasterCard's New Deal Make It a Buy Today?

MasterCard will be working with retailers to make cards and consumer information more secure--is that enough to make it a buy today?


Where the Money Is Mailbag: The Best Way to Invest in Sports, and Should You Own PepsiCo if You Love Caffeine?

We answer reader mail in this episode of "Where the Money Is."


Everything You Need to Know About Valeant's Deal With Allergan

Valeant continues to woo Allergan, but is that enough for investors to dive in?

Why is Pilgrim’s Pride Desperate to Acquire Hillshire Brands?

Market Foolery looks at Pilgrim's Pride's latest bid for Hillshire Farms and how the bid reflects some logic.


Everything You Need to Know About Dollar General and Krispy Kreme's Earnings

Market Foolery dives into the earnings reports of Dollar General and Krispy Kreme.


Which Companies Will Profit from the EPA's Latest Ruling?

Market Foolery talks about the latest coal emissions legislation and looks at its impacts on the market.


Does Anything Apple Announces at WWDC Really Matter?

Market Foolery comes to your screen -- and Mark Reeth and analysts Jason Moser and Michael Olsen jump into Apple's latest news from the WWDC.


Does Conn's Pop Today Mean It's Too Late to Buy?

Conn's Inc is up big today after a strong quarter, but does that mean investors missed out?

Should You Buy Twitter Today?

Is there an opportunity from Twitter's drop?


Should You Buy 3D Systems After Its Big Drop?

Today might present an excellent buying opportunity for investors who want to get into the 3-D printing space.


Does Google's New Driverless Car Make the Stock a Buy?

Will consumers buy into a car with no gas pedal, no brakes, and no steering wheel? Google and its investors certainly hope so.


Should You Sell Your Shares of AstraZeneca Today?

AstraZeneca has rebuffed Pfizer's advances for one final time, and shares are down today as a result. Does that mean shareholders should get out now?


Is Today the Day to Buy Williams-Sonoma?

Shares of the retailer are up today, but is it too late to get in on Williams-Sonoma?