Airbnb and Nike both get upgrades from Wall Street analysts, but one seems a bit “fuzzier” than the other. Asit Sharma takes a closer look at the upgrades and analyzes the latest results from Fastenal.
Fastest revenue growth since 2018 fuels Microsoft shares to a new all-time high. Robinhood’s 3rd-quarter revenue is much lower than expected as shares fall close to their IPO price. Bill Mann analyzes those stories, discusses Twitter’s ongoing struggles as a business, and shares why Almond Joy needs to be rebranded.
Facebook shares fall on light 3rd-quarter revenue and lowered guidance for the 4th quarter. UPS hits an all-time high as revenue in the 3rd quarter climbs 9%. Hasbro warns of supply chain issues but shares rise on strong 3rd-quarter results. Jason Moser analyzes those stories and discusses the underrated versatility of Heath bars.
PayPal breaks off acquisition talks with Pinterest. Tesla raises the price of certain models and strikes a $4.2 billion dollar deal with Hertz. Wells Fargo gets ready to roll out a new virtual assistant named “Fargo”. Asit Sharma analyzes those stories and shares why mini-candy bars are underrated at Halloween.
Shares of Crocs pop nearly 10% after a strong 3rd quarter and raised full-year guidance. IBM falls after disappointing results from its two largest divisions. Ron Gross analyzes those stories, discusses Facebook’s potential name change, and shares where Kit Kats and Reese’s Peanut Butter Brittle Cups fall in the pantheon of Halloween candy.
3rd-quarter subscribers come in higher than expected for Netflix, but shares drop anyway. 5G adoption helps boost Verizon’s 3rd-quarter results. The Verge reports that Facebook will unveil a new name for the company next week. Tim Beyers analyzes those stories and shares his thoughts on overrated/underrated Halloween candies.