It’s our 1500th episode! Jason Moser and Matt Argersinger analyze the market’s volatility and look for opportunities among falling stock prices. Sears falls 35% as it prepares for bankruptcy. Starbucks gets a new investor. Snap hits a new low as a leaked memo from the CEO makes headlines. Plus, we take a quick look back at where the market was when we started doing MarketFoolery in January 2011. Thanks to LinkedIn for supporting The Motley Fool. Go to https://www.linkedin.com/fool and get $50 off your first job post.
Oct 10,2018 • 22:35
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JPMorgan Chase reports record revenues while Goldman Sachs disappoints. UnitedHealth Group rises on healthy earnings. And Walmart kicks off its straight-to-fridge delivery service. Motley Fool analysts Emily Flippen and Jason Moser discuss those stories and weigh in on the plusses and minuses of in-home delivery. Get the money you need to run your small business. Go to Kabbage.com to get started. Credit lines subject to review and change. Individual requests for capital are separate installment loans issued by Celtic Bank, Member FDIC.
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