The following video is Monday's edition of the Motley Fool's all-financials show, Where the Money Is, with host Alison Southwick and Motley Fool financial and banking analyst Matt Koppenheffer.
In today's edition, Matt starts with a look at some of today's biggest headlines. First up is the big news out of BlackBerry and what it -- along with other big deal announcements -- means for the mergers and acquisitions market and M&A leaders like JPMorgan Chase and Goldman Sachs. Also on tap are more metals-warehousing scrutiny for the big banks and what looks like some IPO shenanigans.
Matt then goes on to discuss what fantasy football taught him about investing, and gives viewers a preview of what's to come on Thursday, when a group of Fool analysts will give their top picks for which stocks they're drafting from the financial sector.
Finally, a look into the Twitterverse, at some of Matt's favorite tweets of the day, and a discussion of why talking about a company "missing analysts' estimates" is just silly.