On this day in 1997 Chris Hill started working at The Motley Fool. He shares a few investing lessons he’s learned over the years, how he’s trying to think more like a Zen master, and the time he bought a stock while he was high.
Crocs and Domino’s Pizza hit new all-time highs after their latest 2nd-quarter reports. Southwest Airlines drops after 2nd-quarter revenue comes in lower than Wall Street was expecting. Maria Gallagher analyzes those stories and the pizza landscape in NYC.
Johnson & Johnson posts strong 2nd-quarter results and raises guidance for the full fiscal year. Philip Morris has a mixed 2nd-quarter and gets questions about its recent acquisition. Sarah Gentry and Connor Allen analyze those stories, pick out highlights from Netflix’s most recent results, and share why Blue Bird Corp. and DermTech are on their watchlists.
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Nasdaq partners with several banks to spin off Nasdaq Private Market as a stand-alone company. Ally Financial shares rise after strong 2nd-quarter profits. Asit Sharma analyzes those stories and discusses the long-term investing ripple effects of Jeff Bezos’ trip to space.
Zoom Video makes its biggest acquisition ever buying Five9, a cloud-based call center operator, for $14.7 billion in stock. AutoNation posts blowout earnings in the 2nd quarter. Jason Moser analyzes those stories and breaks down what happens when a stock you own has been bought for cash.
Can investing change the way you look at the world? Chris Hill shares how standup paddleboarding and a meal at Rodney Scott’s BBQ helped him think about investing. (We’re off Thursday so if you’re looking for another great financial show to listen to this week check out the shows hosted by our recent guests!)