Boeing shares fall after another deadly crash involving its 737 Max 8 aircraft. Taylor Muckerman analyzes the challenges for Boeing, as well as a big merger in the gold mining industry between Barrick Gold and Newmont Mining. Plus, we discuss innovations in professional baseball with producer Dan Boyd sharing his strong opinions from behind the glass.
Alibaba’s in the spotlight as Singles Day hits a record $38 billion in sales. Jason Moser analyzes the pros and cons of investing in China’s biggest ecommerce company. Apple’s new credit card gets attention from regulators while the company’s augmented reality headset gets a pushed-back launch date. Plus, how should you prepare for the next market downturn? Thanks Netsuite. Get the FREE guide, “7 Key Strategies to Grow your Profits” at www.NetSuite.com/Fool.
Shares of Roku tumble on earnings. The video streaming company reported a 50% increase in revenue but losses more than doubled. Should Amazon buy Roku? Analysts Jason Moser and Emily Flippen tackle that question and weigh in on earnings from Expedia, Trip Advisor, Square, and Baidu.
Papa John’s stock rises on surprising same-store sales growth. CVS Health continues to transform its business, while Capri Holdings continues to struggle. Abi Malin analyzes those stories and shares why luxury fashion is such a challenging business. (To get 50% off our flagship investing service, Stock Advisor, just go to www.StockIdeas.Fool.com.)
Uber loses a billion dollars in the 3rd quarter. Shake Shack’s same-store sales come in a half-percent lower than expected, and investors punish the stock. Peloton Interactive issues its first report (and first loss) as a public company. MFAM Funds portfolio manager Bill Barker analyzes those stories and recommends a few books to read.
The SEC and U.S. Dept. of Justice team up to investigate Under Armour’s accounting practices. McDonald’s fires CEO Steve Easterbrook due to “poor judgment” in a consensual relationship with an employee. Jason Moser analyzes those stories, mulls the future of both businesses, and weighs in on what Berkshire-Hathaway should do with its record $128 billion in cash on the balance sheet.