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Release Date: 04/26/2022

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Inflation has been the story of 2022. We zoom in on comments from central bank leaders from yesterday’s ECB Forum to see what insights we can glean.   (0:14) Dylan Lewis and John Rotonti discuss: - Fed Chair Powell’s comments yesterday from the ECB Forum - Why experts have so consistently been off on inflation - The types of companies you want to own in an inflationary environment - Why Shopify’s stock split is less important than its share structure changes   (18:57) Ricky Mulvey and Ron Gross discuss the ins and outs of investing in a bear market and what types of companies...

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CEOs at Pinterest and Bed, Bath, and Beyond are heading for the exits. And that may be just the beginning. (0:31) Deidre Woollard and Tim Beyers discuss: - Where Pinterest has room to grow. - How stock investors should react to a CEO change. - Nike’s move to a direct-to-consumer strategy. Rachel Warren interviews Ali Parsa, CEO of Babylon Health, a digital-first health service provider. (17:40) They discuss the company’s journey going public and the exciting frontiers of genetic research. Stocks mentioned: PINS, DOCU, BBBY, PYPL, NKE, SAP, BBLN Host: Deidre Woollard Guests: Tim Beyers,...

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It’s not easy being a public company. Zendesk looks to go private, while acquisition battles continue to heat up. (:21) Deidre Woollard and Jason Moser discuss: - Stocks that could be prime acquisition targets. - JetBlue’s offer for Spirit Airlines. - Venture capital drying up, and what that means for technology innovation.   Plus, (14:46) Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp continue their series on past market declines with Morgan Housel, this time covering the dot-com bubble, and the lessons investors can pull two decades later. Stocks mentioned: ZEN, SAVE,...

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Chewy gets and upgrade, while Coinbase gets a big thumbs-down from investment bankers. (:21) Asit Sharma and Maria Gallagher discuss: - Chewy’s pricing power and strong recurring revenue. - The cyclical problem facing Coinbase. - Reliance Industries offer to buy Walgreens’ international stores. A growing world population means more mouths to feed. (12:16) Deidre Woollard and Demitri Kalogeropoulos serve up three stocks, and explain how they are shaping the future of food. Stocks mentioned: CHWY, COIN, RELIANCE, WBA, BYND, KR, DE Host: Asit Sharma Guests: Maria Gallagher, Deidre Woollard,...

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Corruption is a trillion-dollar drag for investors. So why doesn’t it get more attention? Oliver Bullough is the author of “Butler to the World: How Britain Helps the World's Worst People Launder Money, Commit Crimes, and Get Away with Anything.” He joined Bill Mann, Maria Gallagher, and John Rotonti to discuss: - The “easy” process of money laundering - A look inside the business of corruption - Super yachts, volcanic islands, and opaque legal structures Hosts: Bill Mann, Maria Gallagher, John Rotonti Guest: Oliver Bullough Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd,...

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Jason Moser and Matt Frankel take a look at some of the companies that soared during the pandemic, and offer some takeaways from the surge in investor interest, including: - Pandemic stocks that got ahead of themselves - Which stay-at-home stocks are worth a 2nd look - How these businesses could evolve from here Stocks mentioned: DOCU, ETSY, TDOC, PYPL, NFLX Host: Jason Moser Guest: Matt Frankel Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Rick Engdahl, Dan Boyd

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Wall Street pros and individual investors are sifting through lots of noise to find signals about the stock market. (0:30) Matt Argersinger and Jason Moser discuss: - The lack of clarity (at the moment) facing investors - Former growth stocks (PayPal, Netflix, Facebook) being added to the Russell 1000 Value Index - What the latest results from homebuilder KB Home reveal about housing - The latest from DocuSign, Darden Restaurants, and Kellogg. (19:00) Jim Mueller analyzes the companies competing for Netflix's ad business, opportunities in the metaverse, and Big Tech's pursuit of streaming live...

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Most restaurant businesses operate in a single category, but not Darden Restaurants. (0:25) Jason Moser discusses: - Olive Garden driving the bulk of revenue - A comeback by Darden's fine dining segment - Capital decisions that we like (dividend increase!) and don't like (share buyback plan) - Rite Aid's stock pop and raised guidance still not being enough to get us interested in buying shares (14:41) With shares down nearly 70% over the past year, is Zoom Video a screaming buy or past its prime? Jason Hall and Ryan Henderson debate bull vs. bear! Stocks discussed: DRI, RAD, CVS, WBA,...

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The FDA is preparing to order Juul Labs to take its e-cigarettes off the market in the U.S. (0:25) Bill Mann discusses: - Shares of Altria Group, owner of a 35% stake in Juul, getting hit on the news - Why one of Altria's main competitors is unaffected - How he thinks about "sin stocks" as a category of investing (10:00) Ricky Mulvey talks with Bill about the billions of dollars of Bitcoin on MicroStrategy's balance sheet affects the view of the business, and what a potential margin call means for its shareholders. Stocks discussed: MO, BTI, MSTR, META, NVDA Host: Chris Hill Guests: Bill Mann...

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Kellogg is planning to split into three separate companies, while DocuSign's CEO is just splitting. (0:25) Bill Mann discusses: - Why DocuSign's falling stock price is probably not the reason CEO Dan Springer is leaving immediately - The relative attractiveness of running DocuSign - Kellogg's plan to split into three companies (snacks, breakfast cereal, plant-based foods) and how long its going to take - Mondelez buying Clif Bar for $2.9 billion - His belief that more acquisitions are on the way and the reasons why (13:30) Morgan Housel joins Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp to discuss how...

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Now that Elon Musk has a deal in place to take Twitter private, we have a few questions. (0:20) Bill Mann discusses:
- The mediocre performance (to date) of Twitter's business
- Whether Tesla shareholders should be nervous about Musk running another company
- How other ad-driven businesses like Pinterest and Facebook are feeling
- The latest results, and near-term future, for bellwether stock UPS

(14:00) Inflation is rising, but that's probably not a good enough reason by itself to expect a raise at work. Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp talk with Kara Chambers, head of People Development at The Motley Fool, for insights and suggestions.

Stocks discussed: TWTR, DRI, TSLA, FB, PINS, UPS

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Host: Chris Hill
Guests: Bill Mann, Alison Southwick, Robert Brokamp, Kara Chambers
Producer: Ricky Mulvey
Engineers: Dan Boyd, Rick Engdahl