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Small Cap Investing 101

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Release Date: 08/13/2022

Scott Galloway on CEOs, Big Tech, and Energy show art Scott Galloway on CEOs, Big Tech, and Energy

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(0:21) Ron Gross, Maria Gallagher, and Jason Moser discuss: - Nike’s tough quarter. - Macro headwinds for Carmax. - Questions about Peloton’s retail strategy. - Lululemon’s new subscription service. - Signs that Cintas is focused on the long-term. - Amazon’s data strategy and product announcements.   (19:11) Scott Galloway, author of “Adrift: America in 100 Charts,” discusses his new book, why nuclear energy needs a rebrand, and the CEO that’s created the most shareholder value in history. (37:21) Jason Moser and Maria Gallagher share two stocks on their radar: Cadence...

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An IPO, In This Environment? show art An IPO, In This Environment?

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Volkswagen spun off its investment in Porsche for the first big name IPO of 2022. It only took until late September!  (0:18) Dylan Lewis and Tim Beyers discuss:  - Why Porsche is going public while other companies are holding off.  - Down rounds in the private markets.  - Promising results for Biogen’s Alzheimer’s treatment. Mortgage rates have doubled in the past year. (13:33) Deidre Woollard and Matt Argersinger look at the ripple effects and which companies could benefit from the shift. Companies mentioned: P911, VWAPY, RACE, BIIB, HD, Z, AOS, WSO, OPEN, LOW Host:...

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"All of this has happened before."

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If what's happening today with Apple seems familiar, it should. (0:21) Jim Gillies discusses: - Reports that lower demand for the iPhone 14 is causing Apple to tell their suppliers there's no need to ramp up production - How history is an excellent guide on what today's short-term drop in Apple's stock means for long-term investors - Why now is the time to invest (even if it doesn't feel great) (10:00) Ricky Mulvey talks with best-selling author Blake Crouch about gene modification, and a future that may be closer than most people imagine.  Got questions about stocks? Call the Motley...

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Mistakes? We've Made A Few show art Mistakes? We've Made A Few

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When you don't get what you want, you get experience. (0:21) Asit Sharma discusses: - The S&P 500 hitting a new low for the year - Seeking out companies with "fortress balance sheets" - Whether Mullen Automotive is a meme stock - Learning from mistakes and staying in the game (11:00) Economists and personal finance authors have very different opinions on topics like savings and investing. Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp break down the differences and share their own thoughts. Got questions about stocks? Call the Motley Fool Money Hotline at 703-254-1445! Stocks discussed: MULN, UA ...

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Prime Day 2: E-Commerce Boogaloo show art Prime Day 2: E-Commerce Boogaloo

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For the first time ever, Amazon is having a second "Prime Day" event. (0:21) Jason Moser discusses: - Behind-the-scenes planning that led up to this announcement - Inventory clearing, and the role it may play in this event before Amazon's final holiday push - Apple finding their headliner for next year's Super Bowl halftime show (11:00) Brian Stoffel and Jamie Louko engage in a Bull vs. Bear debate over AirBnb. Got questions about stocks? Call the Motley Fool Money Hotline at 703-254-1445! Stocks discussed: AMZN, AAPL, ABNB, EXPE, BKNG Host: Chris Hill Guests: Jason Moser, Brian Stoffel,...

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What Do Higher Interest Rates Mean for REITs? show art What Do Higher Interest Rates Mean for REITs?

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Stock prices don’t always reflect business performance. That’s the case for many real estate investment trusts (where some occupancies are above pre-pandemic highs) but the effects of rising interest rates may be in its early innings.  John Worth is the executive vice president for research and investor outreach at the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts, or Nareit. Deidre Woollard and Matt Frankel caught up with Worth to talk about: - Strong REIT business performances and sliding stock prices - The lasting effects of COVID on commercial real estate - Why private...

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Morgan Housel on Inflation, Incentives, and Investing through Bear Markets show art Morgan Housel on Inflation, Incentives, and Investing through Bear Markets

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“No one's success is proven until they've survived a calamity.” You can’t join the NBA with a few good shots, but you can join the ranks of “great” investors. Luck and skill are much harder to separate in the financial world and making that distinction can take a few decades. Chris Hill talked with best-selling author Morgan Housel in front of a live audience about: - Why inflation is so personal and variable - Elon Musk’s best product (hint: it’s not a car) - The power of incentives - The secret to 99% of Warren Buffet’s success - Investing through bear markets Companies...

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Recession Fears, House Hacking, Consumer Spending for the Holidays show art Recession Fears, House Hacking, Consumer Spending for the Holidays

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For the 5th time in 6 weeks, there was a lot of red on Wall Street. (0:30) Jason Moser and Maria Gallagher discuss: - The Fed's latest rate hike spooking investors - Costco delivering (yet again) in the 4th quarter - Darden Restaurants walking a fine line with customers - DocuSign's hiring its new CEO from Alphabet - Amazon declaring victory with Thursday Night Football (19:45) Deidre Woollard and Matt Frankel talk with Robert Leonard, host of the Millennial Investing podcast, about house hacking. (28:30) Maria and Jason answer questions from the Fool Mailbag and share two stocks on their...

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Are SPACs Done? show art Are SPACs Done?

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What does it say that no private company wants a check for $1.1 billion? (0:21) Bill Mann discusses: - The stock market being surprised that the Fed raised rates by 0.75% (as almost everyone expected) - Chamath Palihapitiya shutting down two SPACs and returning money to investors - Whether SPACs are essentially over (13:02) Rachel Warren talks with author Ross Dawson about his new book Thriving on Overload: The 5 Powers for Success in a World of Exponential Information. Got questions about stocks? Drop an email to [email protected] or call the Motley Fool Money Hotline at 703-254-1445. Host:...

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Alphabet, parent company of YouTube, deploys a new weapon in its battle with TikTok: cash. (0:25) Maria Gallagher discusses: - YouTube's announcement of a new revenue-sharing model for creators of short-form videos - How this strategy can help with retaining existing creators - Why should really hate to see Lisa Su leave the corner office at AMD (10:00) Ricky Mulvey and Asit Sharma talk about how some people make investing harder than it needs to be, and how to make your investing life a little easier.   Got questions about stocks? Drop an email to [email protected] or call the Motley...

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This is the fun part of being a stock investor.

Ricky Mulvey and Bill Mann, Director of Small Cap Research at The Motley Fool kick off their series on small cap investing. They discuss:


- Why small cap investors have an opportunity to beat the market.
- The metrics that really matter for small caps.
- Spotting B.S. from younger companies.
- One small cap trend catching our attention.

Stocks mentioned: ANET, RDFN, CWH, NFLX, AMZN, CHD

Additional resource: 4 Steps to Find Small-Cap Stocks (fool.com)

Host: Ricky Mulvey
Guest: Bill Mann
Engineers: Dan Boyd, Tim Sparks