Motley Fool Canada joins the podcast to discuss Nelnet. Most think of Nelnet as just a student loan servicer, but the company has even more to offer. Viewed on a sum-of-its parts basis, Nelnet appears to offer a compelling value today.
Whether you think it is more like Facebook or LinkedIn, there’s no denying that Doximity is making a name for itself in digitizing the world of medicine. Join the Motley Fool’s Brian Feroldi and Emily Flippen as they break down this new healthcare IPO.
We recently learned that Berkshire Hathaway(NYSE: BRK.A)(NYSE: BRK.B) is investing $500 million in a Brazilian fintech startup, following up on its successful investment in StoneCo (NASDAQ: STNE) a few years ago. Plus, Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) CEO Brian Moynihan says that consumer spending is 20% higher than it was before the pandemic, and Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel thinks it could have big implications for the financial sector. Frankel and host Jason Moser also discuss the latest mall REIT to file for bankruptcy, and each reveal one stock they're watching this week.
We break down the prospectus from soon-to-be-public cybersecurity company SentinelOne. The company uses AI for endpoint security, aiming to protect enterprise clients and prevent massive breaches.In the show, we explain what they do, where they stand in the industry, and how they stack up to competitor Crowdstrike.
Lou Whiteman joins the show to break down Jeff Bezos’s upcoming trip to space and what it means for other space barons like Elon Musk and Richard Branson. In addition, we take a look at the state of the defense industry and check-in on Boeing news.