Etsy (NASDAQ: ETSY) made headlines last week after it beat out Tesla for addition to the S&P500. Was the addition justified? Join Motley Fool contributor Dan Kline and host Emily Flippen as they discuss the business basics of Etsy, what makes the company special, and if Etsy is worthy of a position in your portfolio today.
On today's Industry Focus: Financials, host Jason Moser and Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel, CFP take a look back at the first nine months of 2020, and more importantly, discuss what they're watching for the rest of the year. Hear what stocks they've bought recently, what the election could mean to your portfolio, and why third quarter bank earnings could be the most important yet, and more. Plus, Frankel gives listeners a rundown of the new Real Estate stock investing service from The Motley Fool's sister company Millionacres, and why now could be an especially great time to invest in this beaten-down sector.
After spending the past few weeks running through software stocks with nosebleed valuations, we're bringing it back down to earth with some cheap stocks to watch.We run through how we think about "cheap" and why IBM, Intel, Blackberry, and Electronic Arts might be interesting for folks looking to avoid the high flyers.Stocks: IBM, INTC, BB, EA
It’s been a wild 6 months for Nikola Motors, going from the leader of the EV SPAC boom to having its stock cut in half following the publication of fraud allegations in a shortseller report authored by Hindenburg Research. Motley Fool Senior Auto Analyst John Rosevear joins the show to break down the Nikola saga from start to finish and share his thoughts on where the business might go from here.
Ollie's Bargain Outlet has been one of the big success stories of the pandemic which has brought some attention to the sometimes overlooked retailer. Keurig Dr. Pepper also sometimes flies under the radar and the current health crisis has also shined a light on the beverage brand. Emily Flippen is joined by Daniel Kline on this episode of Industry Focus: Consumer Goods to take a look at the discount store and to tell you how the beverage maker is doing and whether K-Cup sales exploded while we're all stuck at home.