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Release Date: 05/06/2022

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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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Upstart Holdings is a lending platform, powered by artificial intelligence. Shares are down more than 70% year-to-date. It’s down, but not out. CEO Dave Girouard joined Motley Fool CEO Tom Gardner to discuss: - How Upstart is using its balance sheet now - Growth opportunities in auto lending - One stock idea (that’s not his own company) Stocks mentioned: UPST, AMZN, AAPL, ZM, GOOG, GOOGL Host: Tom Gardner Guest: Dave Girouard Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineer: Dan Boyd, Adam Landfair

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We’ve got a lot of space. And a whole lot of it is unused in office buildings, city centers, and shopping malls. We also need a lot of space for multifamily housing, data centers, and warehouses. Is there some opportunity in the middle for investors? Deidre Woollard and Matt Argersinger discuss: - The complexities in transforming an office building into apartments - Commercial real estate trends catching their attention - Ideas for investors who like dividends. Stocks/REITs mentioned: BX, AMZN, HHC, PLD, SRG, STAG, DRE, ARE, MAA, VICI, EPR Host: Deidre Woollard Guest: Matt Argersinger...

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Market Whiplash, Emerging Trends, and Battling Tech Giants show art Market Whiplash, Emerging Trends, and Battling Tech Giants

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The Fed raises interest rates as the S&P 500 heads for its worst week since March 2020. (0:30) Ron Gross and Maria Gallagher discuss: - Stocks rallying on Wednesday afternoon only to fall on Thursday - Adobe's latest results being outweighed by guidance - Roku's new partnership with Walmart - Winners and losers from the trend of people returning to restaurants - The latest from Kroger, Oracle, and Chewy (19:00) Senior analyst Auri Hughes and CEO Tom Gardner talk with Rimini CEO Seth Ravin about his company's unique opportunity and its legal battle with Oracle. (35:10) Maria and Ron share...

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"Who has pricing power?" may be a less relevant question these days. (0:25) Jason Moser discusses: - The strength of a company's balance sheet becoming more important - Increasing data that customers are starting to spend less - Shrinkflation being a tool some (but not all) companies can employ - Net expansion being a key metric to watch (14:45) Sanmeet Deo joins Jason to talk about the potential applications for VR in the healthcare industry and a mid-cap company that may have advantages over the tech giants in the space. Stocks discussed: KR, ZM, CRM, MSFT, OKTA, META AAPL, PEN Host: Chris...

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The Federal Reserve raised interest rates three-quarters of a percent, the biggest hike since 1994. (0:25) Ron Gross discusses: - The positive reaction in the stock market - Prospects for much lower inflation in 2023 - Borrowing costs going higher - Expectations for more rate hikes later this year (11:40) Asit Sharma talks with Pubmatic CEO Rajeev Goel about why his company is becoming more predictably profitable, and the growing opportunity in connected TV. Got a question? Drop an email to [email protected]! Stocks discussed: PUBM, PG, WPP Host: Chris Hill Guests: Ron Gross, Asit Sharma,...

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(19:00) Malcolm Ethridge, CFP and host of “The Tech Money Podcast”, weighs in on the Nasdaq selloff and the potential for commercial real estate. He also offers a sneak preview of his upcoming book!

(34:15) Jason and Ron discuss a new breakfast innovation and share two stocks on their radar: Outset Medical and Domino’s Pizza.

Stocks discussed: ETSY, SHOP, W, BKNG, MAR, AMD, Z, ZG, SQ, UA, UAA, SBUX, OM, DPZ

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Host: Chris Hill Guests: Jason Moser, Ron Gross, Malcolm Ethridge Engineer: Dan Boyd