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Toys, Candy, Alcohol, and CES 2020

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Release Date: 01/10/2020

$350 Billion and 10 Million show art $350 Billion and 10 Million

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The Federal Government launches a $350 billion small business lending program. Over 10 million Americans file for unemployment. Oil stocks rise. Constellation Brands serves up big earnings. And Luckin Coffee plummets on fraud allegations. Motley Fool analysts Ron Gross and Jason Moser discuss those stories and talk about what to look for when reading a balance sheet. And the guys share a couple of stocks on their radar: Costco and Domino’s. Plus, food and beverage industry analyst David Henkes talks about the government stimulus and the future of the restaurant business. The...

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Companies make thousands of acquisitions each year. Dan Heath, co-author of the New York Times bestseller Decisive: How to Make Better Choices in Life and Work, has a word of warning. The thinking that drives those decisions is the same thinking teenagers use.

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Record Stimulus, Record Unemployment, Volatile Market show art Record Stimulus, Record Unemployment, Volatile Market

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Congress passes a $2 trillion-dollar stimulus. A record 3.3 million Americans file for unemployment. The Federal Reserve cranks up lending. And the stock market has its best 3-day gain since 1931.  Motley Fool analysts Andy Cross, Jason Moser, and Ron Gross discuss what it all means for investors and discuss the future of the insurance, retail, and cruise industries. Our analysts weigh in on how Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson and Nike CEO John Donahoe are navigating the coronavirus crisis. And we make the case for why Warren Buffett should consider buying Chubb, Costco, PayPal, Progessive,...

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How Napping Makes You Smarter show art How Napping Makes You Smarter

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Working hard? That’s great. But if you want to avoid burnout then Daniel Levitin, professor of psychology and behavioral neuroscience at McGill University and best-selling author, has a tip to help everyone from students to CEOs.

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Navigating the Crisis show art Navigating the Crisis

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New York and California order nearly all residents to stay home. The government pushes back the tax filing deadline. And the stock market  has another rough week. How should investors navigate the coronavirus crisis? Is it time to buy? Which industries should investors avoid? And which businesses will benefit from changing consumer behavior? Motley Fool analysts Andy Cross, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser tackle those questions and discuss the fear of missing out and the fear of being invested. Plus, the guys share a couple of stocks on their radar: Redfin and Intuitive Surgical. Thanks to...

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The average return of the stock market is 9-10%. So why does the market rarely hit that number in a given year? Legendary investor Howard Marks explains.  

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The stock market has its worst day since 1987 as coronavirus concerns grow and Wall Street sentiment turns decidedly bearish. How should investors be approaching this market? Which companies are still well-positioned for the long term? Motley Fool analysts Andy Cross, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser tackle those questions and weigh in on the latest from Disney, Docusign, Pepsi, and Slack. The guys discuss why American Tower, Globant, and EPAM Systems are on their radar. The Motley Fool’s co-founder David Gardner shares his thoughts on the market sell-off, black swans, and the future of higher...

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Science of Motivation with Dan Pink show art Science of Motivation with Dan Pink

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Does the carrot-and-stick method actually work? For certain tasks, yes. But as best-selling author Dan Pink explains, managers who use this as the sole way of motivating their team are making a mistake.

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Investors navigate market volatility as coronavirus concerns grow. Campbell Soup heats up. Costco delivers a strong 2nd quarter. JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon recovers from emergency heart surgery. Andy Cross, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser analyze those stories and the latest news from Chipotle, Okta, and Zoom Video. Plus, the guys discuss why 3M, Churchill Downs, and Luckin Coffee are on their radar. NYU Professor of Psychology Emily Balcetis shares highlights from her book, Clearer, Closer, Better: How Succesful People See the World.

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"Winners never quit and quitters never win.” Is it possible quitting is actually underrated? Stephen Dubner, co-author of the bestselling "Freakonomics" books, makes the case for re-examining how we think about quitting.

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Costco reports some holiday cheer thanks to the strong trifecta of toys, candy, and alcohol. Bed Bath & Beyond sinks. Lennar raises the roof. And Grubhub delivers a denial. Motley Fool analysts Andy Cross, Emily Flippen, and Ron Gross discuss those stories and weigh in on the latest from Constellation Brands, Luckin Coffee, Pier 1 Imports, Macy’s, Kohl’s, and Taco Bell. Our analysts share three stocks on their radar: Accenture, Livongo, and Meituan Dianping. Plus, The Motley Fool’s Rex Moore shares some insights from CES 2020 and talks 5G, driverless cars, and 3D printing.

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