In the latest installment of our Motley Fool Money podcast, advisors Seth Jayson, James Early, and Shannon Zimmerman discuss some of the big questions of the week.
- Now that "too big to fail" banks like JP Morgan Chase
(NYSE:JPM)and Bank of America (NYSE:BAC)are even bigger, should investors be worried?
- Will Apple's
(NASDAQ:AAPL)rumored new "tablet" mean the end of Amazon's Kindle?
- With financial stocks on the rise, should Citigroup
(NYSE:C)be on your watch list?
- And which member of our illustrious panel will be the first to use the word "bifurcated" correctly in a sentence?
All that, plus hear why Intel
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