Disney+ has more than 50 million subscribers. Starbucks suspends buybacks and updates guidance. Costco’s same-store sales in March rose nearly 10%. Bill Barker analyzes those stories and discusses which categories of retail (e.g., bread makers) are suddenly soaring.
fter a meeting this morning, OPEC, along with Russia and other partners, announced plans to cut 10 million barrels of oil production per day. Jason Hall joins the show to break down what it means for the energy industry. In addition, we discuss Saudi Arabia’s recent investments in European oil companies, Warren Buffett selling airline stocks, and answer listener questions about Brookfield Infrastructure Partners’ recent spinoff of Brookfield Infrastructure Corporation.
As lifelong investors, we save regularly and invest regularly. In any market. In good times and bad. So an event like the Coronavirus is not a buying opportunity, but rather a learning opportunity. How will we respond? How will we adapt? What are the businesses that will help us recover and improve our lives going forward? These represent our best vision for our future, and our portfolio should reflect that.