Peloton is one of the trendiest names in fitness, but what should investors think of the soon-to-be-public company? We break down its interesting equipment + membership model and its strengths and weaknesses.
On this week’s episode of Industry Focus: Financials host Jason Moser sits down with Brian Ballard, co-founder and CEO of Upskill, a company focused on building enterprise software for augmented reality devices. Tune in to learn more about what Upskill is doing and where Brian sees augmented reality taking us in the coming years!
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- Why tariffs impact pure-play Chinese tech companies - What investors should make of Naspers attempt to spin out its Tencent ownership - If valuations have gotten a little too crazy for SaaS companies
On this week’s episode, we’ve got another deal to break down, with Brookfield Infrastructure Partners announcing a plan to take Genesee and Wyoming Railroad private. Motley Fool Contributor Matt Dilallo joins the show to discuss what this latest transaction means for Brookfield and break down Rattler Midstream’s recent IPO, the largest energy IPO of 2019 so far and the first MLP to go public since 2017.
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After building Canopy Growth into the world’s biggest pot stock, CEO Bruce Linton has been terminated by the company’s board of directors. Here’s what you need to know about his exit, the company’s future, and if Linton thinks Canopy’s still a top stock to buy. Also, the latest updates on promising new gene therapies that could revolutionize hemophilia A and hemophilia B treatment. Stocks: CGC, STZ, OGR, SGMO, BMRN, QURE
Endeavor, the world’s largest and longest running talent agency and owner of the UFC, recently filed its S-1 to go public. At the same time, an ongoing feud between the Writers Guild of America and major talent agencies, including Endeavor, has reached a fever pitch. Motley Fool Contributor Asit Sharma joins the show to break down the business, its prospects, and the threat posed by ongoing WGA dispute.
The June jobs report shows that our economy is creating far more jobs than expected, and this could make the Federal Reserve hesitant to cut rates as expected. In this episode of Industry Focus: Financials, host Jason Moser and Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel CFP discuss the jobs report, the upcoming wave of bank earnings, and how these stories tie together. Plus, the pair discusses the downsides to the War on Cash and shares what stocks they’re watching now.
Description:With the 4th of July holiday this week, we’re bringing all the Industry Focus Hosts together to break down the biggest stories of the year so far. In Part 3, we share our wish lists of companies we wish were public but aren’t, give our top stock to watch right now, and share our favorite 4th of July activities.
With the 4th of July holiday this week, we’re bringing all the Industry Focus Hosts together to break down the biggest stories of the year so far. In Part 2, we break down some of the biggest trends and news items in investing this year to decide whether they’re News, or Noise. Next, we take a look at some recent IPOs to determine whether investors should be saying Oh Yeah, or Oh No to these newly public companies.
With the 4th of July holiday this week, we’re bringing all the Industry Focus Hosts together to break down the biggest stories of the year so far. In Part 1, we discuss the state of the stock market today, take a look at some indicators that could suggest where the economy is headed next, and dive into the antitrust rumors surrounding Big Tech.
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