The Amazon/PayPal/Square/eBay/Craigslist of Latin America MercadoLibre reported earnings in February and it was another blowout quarter for the company. The company's more mature e-commerce business is still going strong, but it has found a huge growth lever in its Mercado Pago payments platform. We explain how more and more Mercado Pago transactions are happening off-platform and why that's a good thing for investors.
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For the past month, coronavirus has dominated headlines worldwide. However, much of the market has ignored those concerns… except for the energy markets. Motley Fool Contributor Jason Hall joins the show to discuss how he’s handling coronavirus concerns as well as a couple of his recent stock purchases, Jeff Bezos’s $10 billion donation to fight climate change, and a listener question on Pattern Energy.
Listen to the end to hear Jason, Austin, and Nick’s hottest takes on the Astros cheating scandal.
One in seven healthcare dollars in the United States are spent on diabetes and its related complications. That’s a huge burden for patients and for insurance companies. Thankfully, businesses are working to improve the outcomes for patients. Industry Focus Contributor Brian Feroldi joins the show to dive into three companies trying to improve diabetes treatment and monitoring: Dexcom, Tandem Diabetes, and Insulet.
Investors finally have closure on the Sprint/T-Mobile deal, we explain the decision, what it says about Sprint and T-Mobile, and what it all means for major Sprint shareholder Softbank. Then we switch gears and talk about the FTC's new focus on small acquisitions made over the past few years by Apple, Amazon, Google, and Microsoft.