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4 New Stocks for the S&P 500

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Release Date: 03/15/2021

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Retail sales in March grew nearly 10%. Shares of American Eagle Outfitters hit an all-time high after raising guidance for the 1st quarter. Pepsi’s snack division did the heavy lifting in the company’s 1st-quarter report. Maria Gallagher analyzes those stories, highlights the strength of American Eagle’s Aerie brand, and shares why she’s not a great snacker.   To get 50% off our Stock Advisor service, just go to .

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That’s how Asit Sharma describes Coinbase going public at an expected valuation of $65 billion. He also analyzes Stitch Fix founder Katrina Lake’s announcement that she’s stepping down as CEO, and the latest results from Bed Bath & Beyond.   Want 50% off to try our Stock Advisor service? Just go to .

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The FDA hits the pause button on Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine. Nvidia unveils its first server microprocessors and takes aim at Intel’s most lucrative market. Booking Holdings gets an upgrade. Alicia Alfiere analyzes those stories and shares why Pinterest (and their Active User Growth) is on her radar this upcoming earnings season.   Want 50% off our Stock Advisor service? Just go to .

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In its 2nd-biggest acquisition ever, Microsoft buys Nuance Communications in a deal worth $16 billion. March ends up being a record month for Uber. Jason Moser analyzes those stories, plus we discuss reasons not to buy stocks.   Want 50% off our Stock Advisor service? Just go to .

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Constellation Brands wraps up its fiscal year. Costco’s March numbers were strong, especially digital sales. Clay Bruning analyzes those stories, as well as the state of the sports betting industry in America.   Want 50% off our Stock Advisor service? Just go to .

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Jamie Dimon’s annual letter to shareholders shows just how bullish he is on the U.S. economy. Plaid’s latest fundraising round points to a valuation of more than $13 billion. Andy Cross analyzes those stories, plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag to consider the relative attractiveness of value stocks and discuss some stocks we bought recently.   Want 50% off our Stock Advisor service? Just go to .

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Topps (yes, the baseball card company) gets ready to go public through a SPAC. Credit Suisse deals with fallout from the Archegos Capital debacle. Asit Sharma analyzes those stories and shares why he believes a Mexican airport operator and an American homebuilder could benefit from The Great Reopening.   Want 50% off our Stock Advisor service? Just go to .

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For the first time in forever, we’re talking about The Big Macro (aka, the March jobs report) and the ripple effects for hiring across various industries. GameStop announced plans to sell millions of shares of its own stock, but what will they do with the money? Jason Moser analyzes those stories, discusses the big weekend box office numbers, and previews The Masters!   Want 50% off our Stock Advisor service? Just go to .

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Chewy reports a surprise 4th-quarter profit that sends shares higher. Lululemon’s digital sales in the 4th quarter were strong, but what management really wants to talk about is Mirror. Emily Flippen analyzes those stories, as well as BlackBerry’s latest results and attempts to turn the company around.   Want 50% off our Stock Advisor service? Just go to .

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More details emerge about Archegos Capital’s investments. PayPal enables crypto conversions for U.S. consumers. Facebook is working on an Instagram app for kids under 13. Andy Cross analyzes those stories, and invokes a name from investing history: Long-Term Capital Management.   To get 50% off our flagship service, Motley Fool Stock Advisor, just go to .

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