You may not recognize the name Asana, but I’m guessing you know the name Dustin Moskovitz. The Facebook co-founder was depicted in 2010s The Social Network and was at one point the youngest self-made billionaire in the world. Moscovitz didn’t rest on his Facebook riches, though. He left the company in 2008 to form the collaboration software company Asana.
On this episode, we dive deep into Moscovitz’s second act in the tech space and whether it might belong on your watch list.
YETI, Dick’s, Thor Industries… Investors were only lukewarm on these stocks last year. But COVID has changed everything. Join Motley Fool contributor Asit Sharma and host Emily Flippen as they discuss these three diverse companies and answer the inevitable question of what happens when life returns to normal for each company.
Financials host Jason Moser and Motley Fool analyst John Maxfield cover the latest earnings reports from LiveOak Bank, Ameris Bancorp, and American Express. Then they take a look at JP Morgan Chase's efforts to take on Square as well as the news that more banks are releasing reserves and what that could mean for investors!
The Department of Justice filing an anti-trust lawsuit against Alphabet property Google was the tech story of the week. We unpack the DOJ's case, Google's response, and what shareholders should make of all of it. Then we talk about how Snap has quietly become a market beating stock and whether our opinion of the business has changed.
This week, Motley Fool Contributor Lou Whiteman joins the show to take a look at the upcoming return of the Boeing 737 Max and to discuss the aircraft leasing, which we think is the best way to invest in an air travel recovery. In particular, the conversation focuses on AerCap Holdings (AER), the world’s largest owner of commercial aircraft. We hope you’ll enjoy our conversation.
We're back with another basket of stocks that look like they may have 10X potential! Brian Feroldi joins the podcast to talk about why Trupanion, Semler Scientific, and Dermtech are healthcare businesses with big markets in front of them.