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Mark Reeth

Mark Reeth


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

The Ups and Downs of Ford Motor Company

Shares of Ford were even after the company announced earnings. Here are the headwinds and tailwinds facing the company today.

Ask a Fool: What Is Your Foolish Take on Wal-Mart?

What was behind Wal-Mart's 2.5% pullback last week?

Is This The End For Nintendo?

Nintendo has announced that its sales are going to be far lower than previously anticipated--but does that make the company a buying opportunity, or something to stay away from?

Is Now the Time to Buy Netflix?

Earlier this week Netflix reported some fantastic earnings, but should investors be buying on the news?

Is This the Beginning of the End for Sears?

Sears has announced that it's closing its flagship store in Chicago--is this a sign of things to come for the distressed retailer?

Starbucks Traffic Slows

Starbucks' traffic pulled back a bit this quarter. Here's why this Motley Fool analyst couldn't be less concerned.

Can Procter & Gamble Beat Lowered Expectations?

Procter & Gamble is set to announce earnings on Friday, but the Motley Fool wants to know if investors should buy shares today.

Consumer Countdown: Jan. 23, 2014

All the biggest stories from the Consumer Goods sector this week.

eBay's Double-Digit Growth

Naysayers said Amazon would eat eBay's marketplace business for lunch, but the online auctioneer continues to post strong growth. Should you be picking up shares?

Why Coach's Brand Is in Trouble

Coach may be losing touch with its brand identity and its core customer base. Can growth internationally make up for its domestic headwinds, or is Coach in trouble?

Verizon's New Buy

Verizon has closed its deal with Intel to buy its TV and media unit. Can Verizon do with this what Intel couldn't?

Can J.C. Penney and Sears Finally Turn Things Around By Cutting Costs?

Sears and J.C. Penney haven't exactly been on a roll these last few months, but will reducing their workforces be enough to get things back on track?

With Lululemon Down This Week, Is Now Your Chance to Buy?

Shares of Lululemon dropped on the news that fourth quarter earnings will come in lower than expected, but does that mean investors should stay away from the company?

Is Netflix Dead Without Net Neutrality?

Netflix falls this week on the news that net neutrality has been shot down. Will this spell the end for the streaming video company?

Capital One Trips Up

An earnings miss sends Capital One shares downward. Is this a sign of weakness or the right time to buy?

Consumer Countdown: January 16

All the biggest stories from the Consumer Goods sector this week.

Best Buy Gets Butchered

Shares of Best Buy crashed hard today. Should this be the wake-up call that sends Best Buy investors scrambling to cash in their chips, or is there some value to be found here?

Bank of America Delivers on the Bottom Line

Bank of America shares were up yesterday, but is this just a case of jumping over a very low hurdle?

Target's Security Breach Is Bigger Than Expected

Shares of Target are down today after it announced that its recent credit card security breach may be worse than expected--what's that mean for investors?

What's Bed Bath & Beyond Doing Wrong?

Bed Bath & Beyond is still way down today after reporting earnings yesterday--is now your chance to get in for cheap, or should investors beware?