What's the key to being really productive? Pulitzer Prize-winning author Charles Duhigg offers some insights from his new book, Smarter Faster Better: The Secrets of Being More Productive in Life and Business. And our analysts weigh in on earnings news from Bojangles, Shake Shack, and Dollar General. For Jeff Fischer's free crash course on options, go to OptionsRadio.Fool.com.
On this week's show, we revisit some of our favorite conversations about investor behavior. Best-selling author Carl Richards talks about the benefits of the overnight test. Christopher Chabris talks invisible gorillas and intuition. And Dan Ariely talks investing and irrationality.
Lowe’s gets some love. Footlocker jumps higher. Tiffany sparkles. And what the heck is GDPR??? Aaron Bush, David Kretzmann, and Jason Moser talk earnings news, analyze what a new set of privacy rules means for investors, and offer book recommendations for your summer reading list. Plus, corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks Facebook, Disney, and summer movies.
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Macy’s surprises. Walmart slips. Home Depot sells off. PayPal makes a big buy. And Campbell’s Soup gets a shakeup. Our analysts discuss those stories and dish out some marital advice for the royal wedding. Plus, Villanova sports law professor Andrew Brandt talks about the Supreme Court’s decision on sports gambling.
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Wall Street shrugs off big earnings from Disney. Nvidia connects. TripAdvisor flies higher. MercadoLibre stumbles. Electronic Arts wraps up a strong year. iQiyi pops, while Dropbox drops. Plus, Bloomberg technology editor and best-selling author Brad Stone talks about Uber’s plan for flying taxis and weighs in on the latest from Google, Amazon, and Airbnb.
Apple surprises. Walmart gets serious in India. Shake Shack raises the roof. T-Mobile and Sprint hope the third time’s a charm. Snap slumps. And Tesla’s CEO generates some electricity. Plus, CNBC’s Becky Quick talks about the new documentary, Warren Buffett: Investor. Teacher. Icon. Thanks to Blooom for supporting MarketFoolery. Get a month free with blooom401k.com/fool and use the promo code “fool”.
Amazon hits a new high, and raises the price on Prime. Alphabet racks up big profits amid higher spending. Facebook posts record revenue, while Microsoft’s cloud goes higher. Which one of these tech behemoths will get to a $1 trillion market cap first? Jason Moser, David Kretzmann, and Jeff Fischer analyze those stories, as well as the latest results from Visa, PayPal, Baidu, Twitter, Chipotle, Intel and more. Plus, we dip into the Fool Mailbag and share a few stocks on our radar.
Amazon gives Wall Street 100 million reasons to be bullish. Netflix produces another great quarter. Wells Fargo gets a billion-dollar fine. And Mattel’s CEO jumps ship. Ron Gross, Jason Moser and David Kretzmann analyze those stories and share 3 stocks on their radar. Plus, best-selling author Jim Miller offers his thoughts on the business of ESPN, Disney, and the future of sports media. Thanks to Blooom for supporting MarketFoolery. Get a month free with blooom401k.com/fool and use the promo code “fool”.
Mark Zuckerberg testifies before Congress. Bed Bath & Beyond takes a bath. And Walmart and Amazon battle it out in India. Ron Gross, Matt Argersinger and Jim Mueller analyze those stories and more. Plus, David Kirkpatrick, author of The Facebook Effect, talks about the future of Facebook. Thanks to Slack for supporting The Motley Fool. Slack: Where work happens. Go to Slack.com to learn more.
Facebook deals with a growing crisis as Mark Zuckerberg prepares to testify before Congress. And Spotify makes its Wall Street debut via a direct public offering. Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar. Plus, Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and best-selling author Charles Duhigg talks trade wars, innovation, and the case against Google.
In the wake of the 2008 financial collapse, hundreds of China-based companies merged with American shell companies. Many of those companies reported assets and revenues out of line with their actual value. And investors were left holding the bag. That’s the subject of a new documentary, The China Hustle. On this week’s show, Chris talks with director Jed Rothstein. And best-selling author Daniel Levitin shares some thoughts from his book, The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in the Age of Information Overload. Thanks to LegalZoom for supporting The Motley Fool. Get special savings by going to www.legalzoom.com and use the promo code “Fool” at checkout.
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