Apple unveils new iPhones and iPads. Intuit buys MailChimp for $12B in cash and stock. Amazon gets ready to sell Amazon-branded TVs. Coffee retailer Dutch Bros rises 60% on its IPO. Walmart and Ford Motor team up on robo-deliveries. And Taco Bell tests a taco subscription service. Motley Fool analysts Maria Gallagher and Jason Moser discuss those stories and share two stocks on their radar: Teladoc Health and Duolingo. Plus, Karen Hao, senior A.I. editor at MIT Technology Review, talks with Motley Fool senior editor Anand Chokkavelu about machine learning, which industries are being affected the most by A.I., and the new jobs being created.
Sep 17,2021 • 38:37
Listen to Apple’s Latest, Hot IPOs, and the Future of AI
Google lowers service fees in its app store. Snap plummets on 3rd-quarter results and a warning. Tesla reports record profits. Netflix hits a new all-time high. Chipotle serves up strong sales. And Buffalo Wild Wings tests a robot cook. Emily Flippen and Maria Gallagher analyze those stories and weigh in on the latest from Boston Beer, Crocs, Facebook, JD.com, PayPal, Pinterest, Tencent, and Zillow Group. Plus, they offer up some reading recommendations for investors and share two stocks on their radar: Doximity and Rent the Runway.
What do surprisingly good retail sales in September indicate for holiday shopping? Will Google’s new Pixel phone be a hit? Which major retailer could be the next to drop tobacco products? Are we in for a record-setting Halloween? Maria Gallagher and Jason Moser answer those questions, analyze the latest from Domino’s Pizza, Virgin Galactic, Shopify, Microsoft, Oracle, Restaurant Brands International, and share two stocks on their radar: Zillow Group and Marvell Technology.
What does the disappointing September jobs report mean for investors? Which two stocks need a win this earnings season? What trends should investors be watching? Why are Roku and Zoom Video suddenly looking more attractive? And which CEOs are under more scrutiny? Jason Moser and Ron Gross answer those questions and more, analyze the latest with Facebook, Constellation Brands, Pepsi, Levi Strauss, Delta Air Lines, and share two stocks on their radar: Matterport and Voyager Therapeutics.
September ends up being the worst month of the year for investors. Merck shares pop on encouraging results from its Covid-19 pill study. Alphabet and General Motors move one step closer to getting self-driving ride-sharing services on the road in California. Amazon unveils Astro, a $1,000 robot for your home. Warby Parker makes a strong debut on Wall Street. Zoom Video and Five9 call off their marriage. Andy Cross and Ron Gross analyze those stories and the latest from Bed Bath & Beyond, McCormick, Dollar Tree, and Sherwin-Williams. They also share why PubMatic and Editas are on their radar.
Plus, Melissa Lee discusses the intersection of online betting, stock trading, and gaming in the upcoming CNBC primetime documentary “Generation Gamble”.
Costco ends the fiscal year on a strong note. Nike struggles with global supply chain issues. Adobe posts record revenue. FedEx cuts full-year guidance. Stitch Fix surprises with a quarterly profit. Salesforce and Darden Restaurants hit new all-time highs. And Toast pops 50% on its first day of trading. Emily Flippen and Jason Moser analyze those stories and share two stocks on their radar: Coupang and Compass.
Plus, CNBC host Jon Fortt discusses the latest revelations about Facebook, what investors should know about new Amazon CEO Andy Jassy, and WeWork’s upcoming debut in the public markets.