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.
Dan McMurtrie (@SuperMugatu) and Alex Draime of Tyro Partners join the show to discuss their recent online dating paper (available here). The conversation runs the gamut of online dating related topics, from how it’s making meeting through friends obsolete, to its role in increasing cosmetics sales, to how much room online dating companies like Match Group have to improve monetization.
On this week’s episode of Industry Focus: Financials host Jason Moser sits down with Huntley Garriott, President of Live Oak Bank to learn more about Live Oak’s tech platform and specialty lending business, how he sees the banking environment taking shape for 2020 and beyond, and much more!
On Monday, Brookfield Renewable Energy Partners offered to buy the rest of Terraform Power that it didn’t already own. Jason Hall joins the show to share what this deal means for investors and to lay out a couple renewable yieldcos listeners may want to add to their watchlists after Pattern Energy and Terraform Power have been bought out over the past year.
We've got our hands on Casper Sleep's prospectus and we're doing a breakdown. We talk about the company's financials, specifically the impact its return policy has on its top line, as well as the incredibly competitive direct-to-consumer mattress market.
“Mass Personalization” has become one of the biggest trends in consumer goods products of the past decade. While not all companies have embraced the change, Motley Fool advisor Tim Beyers sheds light on some companies that have succeeded in reaching large audiences with seemingly tailored experiences.
On this week’s episode of Industry Focus: Financials host Jason Moser sits down with Matt Argersinger, lead advisor of Mogul, The Motley Fool's real estate investing service to talk about the opportunities for investors in real estate today, what he sees on the horizon for 2020 and much, much more!
Reports circulated this week that food delivery company Grubhub could be on the sales block and there seem to be interested buyers. We explain why the upstart has been struggling and why a buyout could make sense. After that, we unpack Spotify's announcement that it's investing podcast ad technology and why it could be a gamechanger for the streaming music company.
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It’s been a busy week of news in the oil and gas industry driven by conflict between the U.S. and Iran as well as one of the largest oil finds in years down in South America. Motley Fool Contributor Matt DiLallo joins the show to break down these stories and share why Chesapeake Energy, the highest owned oil and gas stock on Robinhood, belongs nowhere near your portfolio.