Last year we invited several Rule Breakers and Stock Advisor Members to compete in a monthly stock-picking challenge. And of course, we kept score! Today we’re joined by the winner of that contest – the most extraordinary stock picker of them all! Also, we’ll review 5 Great Stocks You’ve Never Heard Of.
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Oct 10,2018 • 45:38
Listen to The League of Extraordinary Stock Pickers
Tajiri. In Swahili, it means hope. For Rule Breakers, and anyone with a particularly acute memory, it's the name of a baby giraffe. And it's a 5 stock sampler, picked two years ago that we're reviewing today, alongside another five stocks from last year. How do these baby portfolios stand up against the S&P 500? Will they be spotty, or will they stand tall?
If your HR department is struggling to evaluate employees, enforce mandatory policies, and control communications, you might be doing it wrong. Today, Lee Burbage and Kara Chambers return to bring you ten ways The Motley Fool workplace culture breaks the rules — and yours should too!
Speculative fiction writer William Gibson famously said, “The future is already here — it’s just not evenly distributed.” This is certainly true in the world of biotech, and for Rule Breaker investors, it’s great news! The five companies featured today are operating in the future right now, and by owning them over the next few years, we stand a good chance of profiting as the rest of the world catches on.
There’s no shortage of A+ guests on this month’s mailbag, as we tackle everything from selling old stock certificates to buying highly valued companies. And, we even give a few tips on how to avoid getting “Frozen” out of our internship opportunities.
How much is Etsy worth? $65? $70? Maybe $75? Try $8 billion, Fool! Because of course we're talking market cap, not share price. And if you know the market cap, you know the price tag of the business. And if you know that, you might just beat Emily Flippen on this week's Market Cap Game Show!
ESG: Environmental, Social, and Governance. Are these the concerns of our Fellowship of Foolish investors? Are they a burden that will spell doom for your returns? Or is it fair to say that when it comes to business, there’s some good in this world, and it’s worth fightinginvesting for?
We’re here to make you a better Fool, Fool! Organize your life, one thought at a time, always pull up on the correct side of the gas pump, and get through next year's holiday shopping without spending out of pocket. All that and more on this week's RBI!
With midwinter behind us, it's time to start thinking of new beginnings: new investors, new questions, a new Foolish index... That's right, it's a new mailbag, with special guests David Kretzmann and Megan Brinsfield!
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We've set aside this episode to review not one, not two, but three 5-stock samplers from the last three years. What stocks did we pick? How did they perform? And most importantly, what can we learn from the discipline of keeping score?
Benton Moss is a young, standout investor and financial blogger with a very bright and Foolish future. Oh, and he's also a professional pitcher on the path to Major League Baseball! Benton joins us in front of a live audience here at Fool HQ to talk about the Buffett-style investing, the importance of focus, and the game and business of baseball.
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