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Lessons From Great Investors

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Release Date: 12/03/2022

Stocks for the Long Run show art Stocks for the Long Run

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If you want to know how the market could perform in the future, then look back a couple hundred years. Jeremy Schwartz is the Global Chief Investment Officer at WisdomTree and co-host of the “Behind the Markets” podcast. He’s also co-author of the latest edition of the best-selling book, “Stocks for the Long Run.” Robert Brokamp caught up with Schwartz to discuss: - Why “dying industrial companies” have beaten the broader market - Managing cash in a higher interest rate climate - How often investors should rebalance - The data that the Federal Reserve may be misreading Companies...

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Huge Jobs Report, Triple-A Earnings show art Huge Jobs Report, Triple-A Earnings

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Unemployment hit a 53-year low as Apple, Amazon, and Alphabet delivered their latest earnings reports.  (0:21) Ron Gross and Jason Moser discuss: - Another interest rate hike and a surprising jobs report - Apple's first sales drop since 2019 - Guidance overshadowing Amazon's holiday quarter - Starbucks struggling outside the U.S. - The latest from Alphabet, Meta Platforms, Exxon Mobil, and AMD (19:11) Jason and Ron keep earnings-palooza going and discuss: - McDonald's ending the fiscal year on a high note - Match Group's disappointing results and layoff announcement - The latest from...

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For the first time in a long time, Meta Platforms gave shareholders a reason to smile.  (0:21) Tim Beyers discusses: - 4th-quarter revenue coming in higher than expected for Meta - That $40 billion share buyback plan - Why AMD is demonstrating not all semiconductor chip companies are alike (11:00) How did Planet Fitness get the attention of the Federal Trade Commission? Ricky Mulvey and Sanmeet Deo discuss whether the low-cost gym deserves a spot on your watch list.  Stocks discussed: META, INTC, AMD, PLNT Host: Chris Hill Guest: Tim Beyers, Sanmeet Deo Producer: Ricky Mulvey...

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Peloton's Turning Point? show art Peloton's Turning Point?

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It's been a rough 12 months for Peloton, but the fitness company just offered shareholders a glimmer of hope. (0:21) Asit Sharma discusses: - Peloton's 2nd-quarter revenue surprising to the upside - A sluggish digital ad market hurting Snap's 4th-quarter results - How Snapchat+ could be a potential lever for management to pull  (11:00) Jason Moser and Matt Frankel discuss the 30th anniversary of exchange-traded funds and how stock investors use ETFs today. Stocks discussed: PTON, SNAP, GOOG, GOOGL, SPY, VNQ, RSP, CIBR Host: Chris Hill Guest: Asit Sharma, Jason Moser, Matt Frankel...

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Record Profits? Record Profits. show art Record Profits? Record Profits.

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The list of companies who had a more profitable 2022 than Exxon Mobil is decidedly short.  (0:21) Bill Mann discusses: - McDonald's growing global sales by $20 billion during the pandemic - Exxon Mobil racking up an annual profit of more than $55 billion - Why Wall Street seemed disappointed by a share buyback plan smaller than Chevron's (10:40) Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp discuss reasons to be both uplifted (and depressed) about the economy, debt, and pandas. Our new report, "5 Pullback Stocks" is available for free to Stock Advisor members. To access the report just go to ....

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Gen Z & Millennials Are Driving AmEx Higher show art Gen Z & Millennials Are Driving AmEx Higher

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If American Express had a problem with an aging demographic, it looks like that problem is being addressed. (0:20) Jason Moser discusses: - Shares of AmEx popping 15% in two days off of strong guidance for 2023 - How younger customers are the majority of the company’s growth story - Why he’s going to be watching Amazon’s revenue when it reports earnings on Thursday (11:00) Tim White and Tim Beyers discuss the implications of Microsoft’s $10 billion investment in ChatGPT. Companies discussed: AXP, GS, AMZN, MSFT, GOOG, GOOGL Host: Chris Hill Guests: Jason Moser, Tim Beyers, Tim White...

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Howard Marks on China, Risk, and Interest Rates show art Howard Marks on China, Risk, and Interest Rates

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If a key to personal happiness is low expectations, then a key to investing may be realistic expectations. Howard Marks is the co-founder and co-chairman of Oaktree Capital Management. Motley Fool Director of Small Cap Research Bill Mann caught up with Marks to discuss: - Why higher interest rates created a “Sea Change” for investors - China’s economic miracle, and its impact on inflation - Lessons from the era of easy money - What life insurance companies can teach investors about risk To read Howard Marks' latest memo, click here:   Host: Bill Mann Guest: Howard Marks Producer:...

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Lessons from Buffett’s Investing Framework show art Lessons from Buffett’s Investing Framework

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Can you think of any stocks in the S&P 500 that will have higher earnings five years from now? Are you 90% confident in your prediction?  If you have a good answer to these questions, then you might be able to start investing like Warren Buffett. Motley Fool Senior Analyst John Rotonti joins Ricky Mulvey to discuss: - What one of Buffett’s lieutenants revealed about Berkshire’s stock-buying framework - How investors can use the framework, and why so few stocks fit - One company that may fulfill Berkshire’s criteria Companies discussed: BRK.A, BRK.B, KO, USB, NVR Interview with...

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GDP, Tesla, FinTech, and GDP, Tesla, FinTech, and "Burrito Season"

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As much as we love stocks, sometimes the Big Macro really does drive the market.  (0:21) Emily Flippen and Ron Gross discuss: - Stronger-than-expected GDP sending stocks higher - Tesla ending the year on a high note - Chevron's record profits and huge buyback plan - Visa and Mastercard delivering strong profits (again)  - The latest from Intel, Microsoft, Southwest Airlines, and Johnson & Johnson (19:11) Deidre Woollard talks with Corrado Russo, head of global securities at Hazelview Investments, about real estate, REITs, and a part of the market investors might want to avoid. ...

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Netflix, Comcast, Southwest Airlines show art Netflix, Comcast, Southwest Airlines

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If you attempted to fly Southwest Airlines over the holidays, you're not going to be surprised by their latest earnings results. (0:20) Tim Beyers discusses: - Southwest's $220 million loss - Why the airline has "a more fundamental problem" - Comcast's growing subscribers (and costs) in its streaming service, Peacock (11:00) Ricky Mulvey talks with Catie Peiper about Netflix's international expansion and programming strategy.  Companies discussed: LUV, CMCSA, NFLX, WBD Host: Chris Hill Guests: Tim Beyers, Catie Peiper Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Rick Engdahl, Tim Sparks

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The first rule of investing is don’t lose money. The other rules are a little more complicated. David Rubenstein is the Co-Founder and Co-Chairman of The Carlyle Group, and the author of ”How to Invest: Masters on the Craft”. Rubenstein joined John Rotonti to discuss: - Lessons from Warren Buffet, Larry Fink, and Seth Klarman - Genius and luck in investing - Happiness and expectations - Investing with a margin of safety Companies mentioned: CG, BLK, TSLA, HLT Host: John Rotonti Guest: David Rubenstein Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd, Kyle Carruthers