Healthcare, technology, energy, consumer goods, and more. Every day, Motley Fool analysts break down a specific industry and the stocks making headlines. Questions? Comments? Email us at IndustryFocus@fool.com.
Lending technology disruptor Upstart (NASDAQ: UPST) recently reported earnings that were extremely impressive, but will the company be able to replicate its success in the high-potential auto lending industry? And, we recently learned that JPMorgan Chase (NYSE: JPM) and other major banks will start issuing credit cards to consumers without FICO scores. Also, host Jason Moser and Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel, CFP, discuss the wave of share buybacks so far in 2021, and discuss two stocks on their radar now.
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.
Despite a solid quarter, Peloton has fought an uphill battle against mismanagement, treadmill recalls, and even data privacy leaks. Join Motley Fool analysts Asit Sharma and Emily Flippen as they circle back around on Peloton and discuss just how critical Peloton’s recent struggles are to its long-term thesis.
On this week’s episode of Industry Focus: Financials host Jason Moser and The Motley Fool's Dan Caplinger dig into the crypto market to discuss more about the evolution of the space, puts and takes of the various instruments available today, ways to invest beyond the tokens themselves and much more!
We have fresh earnings results from MercadoLibre, Square, and Etsy. We break down how Bitcoin was a huge driver for Square this quarter, why digital payments is becoming an unavoidable part of the thesis for MercadoLibre, and why Etsy sunk on seemingly strong results.
Brian Feroldi brings another innovative healthcare company to the show -- Vicarious Surgical. The robotic surgery company will come public via a SPAC with D8 Holdings, we talk through the robotic surgery market, how the company's planned technology stacks up to the business that created the space, Intuitive Surgical, and what investors need to keep in mind with investing in pre-revenue businesses.
As the largest oatmilk company in the world, Oatly has taken the alternative milk world by storm. Now, Oatly is setting its sights on financial markets. Join Asit Sharma and Emily Flippen as they breakdown Oatly’s F-1 and determine if investors should take a big gulp of this unique consumer goods company.