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.
The number of Americans over age 65 and age 85 will double and triple, by 2050, respectively; and many of these seniors will want to stay in their homes as long as possible. In today's show, Shannon Jones interviews Mark Switaj, CEO of Roundtrip, a privately held investment with our sister company, Motley Fool Ventures, to discuss aging in place and why investors ought to be paying attention. Also, healthcare investor Todd Campbell joins Jones to highlight a handful of companies that could benefit big from this emerging trend, including LHC Group, Teladoc, and Livongo Health. Stocks: LHCG, TDOC, LVGO, ADT, AMZN, CVS
On this week’s episode of Industry Focus: Consumer Goods host Jason Moser sits down with Brightline Interactive's Sophia Moshasha, co-host of the Everything VR & AR podcast to talk more about the future of AR, VR, and MR, as well as the state of women in tech and much more!
In this week’s installment of Industry Focus: Financials, host Jason Moser sits down for an interview with Caroline Feeney, CEO of Individual Solutions for Prudential Financial to discuss the evolving role of women in the financial industry. Plus, Moser and Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel, CFP take a closer look at five bold stock market predictions for 2020. Spoiler alert: They’re a bit more negative than last year’s.
Global trends toward reducing pollution have natural gas demand poised to spike in the coming years. At the same time, fracking has opened up massive surpluses of natural gas in the United States, pushing domestic natural gas prices well below those around the globe. Together, these developments create a massive opportunity to export natural gas from the U.S. to the rest of the world. To do that, requires turning natural gas into a liquid, also known as liquefied natural gas (LNG).
Motley Fool contributor Jason Hall joins the show to break down the opportunity and discuss ways to invest in LNG, from pure-plays, to picks and shovels, to lower risk integrated producers, midstream players, and utilities.
Stocks Mentioned:LNG, TELL, NEXT, GTLS, RDS-A, RDS-B, CVX, KMI, D
Second generation marijuana products including edibles and beverages launch in Canada's marijuana market this month, but there's still a lot of headwinds facing marijuana stocks. Is it safe to buy? Also, the potential to reshape how doctors treat patients at risk of cardiovascular disease has led to Novartis acquiring The Medicines Company for $9.7 billion. Will this be money well spent?
One of the biggest shopping days of the year is in the books, we break down what the data says about how and where consumers were spending their money and what it says about the ever-changing shape of retail.Stocks: AMZN, JCP, M, TGT WMT
Towards the end of 2018, Industry Focus: Financials contributor Matt Frankel, CFP made five bold stock market predictions. Some didn’t turn out quite as planned, while others played out quite nicely. In today’s episode, Matt and host Jason Moser go through each prediction and what went wrong (or right). Plus, we answer a listener question about what a post-Buffett Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK-A)(NYSE: BRK-B) might look like, and we discuss why Upwork(NASDAQ: UPWK) and Slack (NASDAQ: WORK) are on our radar this week.
In honor of Thanksgiving, we’re sharing what we’re thankful for. Motley Fool Contributor Jason Hall and we share the products, investors, investments, and college football players they’re most thankful for.
With more than $10 billion in annual sales, the global aesthetics market is much bigger than you probably assume. It’s also growing at a double-digit rate and has no reimbursement headaches to deal with. On today’s episode of Industry Focus: Healthcare, host Shannon Jones and Fool.com contributor Brian Feroldi talk about three pure-play aesthetics companies that are all growing fast: InMode, Cutera, and Sientra.
Jeans have been a staple in American fashion for decades, maintaining their prominence despite constant changes in style and fashion. This year we’ve seen a number of denim-focused companies come to market, with an IPO of Levi’s as well as spinoffs of Kontoor Brands (maker of Wrangler and Lee jeans) from VF Corp and Madewell from J.Crew. Motley Fool contributor Asit Sharma joins the show to break down the economics of the jeans business, challenges, growth opportunities, and more!
Stocks Mentioned:LEVI, KTB, Madewell (ticker not yet assigned)