On this day in 1997 Chris Hill started working at The Motley Fool. He shares a few investing lessons he’s learned over the years, how he’s trying to think more like a Zen master, and the time he bought a stock while he was high.
Energy and commodities expert Tracy Shuchart joins the show to share her thoughts on oil, gas, commodities and more. She shares why she thinks the ESG narrative is overplayed and where opportunities could lie in commodities.
What differentiates one firm from another? Matt Frankel, who reviews discount brokers and robo-advisors for The Ascent (a Motley Fool company), breaks down the important criteria. And Alison digs into the research about how working from home affects productivity.
Despite increased fears about inflation the S&P 500 hits a new all-time high. Chewy, RH, and Marvell Technology all post better 1st-quarter results than Wall Street was expecting. Dave & Buster’s pops. Casey’s General Stores drops. Monday.com makes its public debut. Stitch Fix shows encouraging growth as it gets ready for a new CEO. Jason Moser and Ron Gross analyze those stories and share why Masimo and Accenture are on their radar. Plus, best-selling author and Nobel Prize-winner Daniel Kahneman shares insights from his new book, Noise: A Flaw in Human Judgment.
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With a standing ovation and a few tears in our eyes, we watch the curtain fall on David's 30th and final 5-stock sampler. And as he takes his exit, is it...? Could it be? Is that a bear chasing these companies around? Well that might seem like tragedy today, but Fools know a comedy when we see one! Bravo!