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Release Date: 06/17/2021

3 Good Brands in 3 Different Places show art 3 Good Brands in 3 Different Places

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Clorox ends its fiscal year with a whimper, not a bang. Under Armour shares rise on a strong 2nd-quarter and reasons for optimism. Gartner pops more than 10% on its own strong 2nd quarter. Asit Sharma analyzes those stories and shares why having a good brand is helpful, but not always enough.  

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Square’s Deal Down Under show art Square’s Deal Down Under

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Square buys Afterpay, the Australian payments company, for $29 billion in stock. Foot Locker buys two smaller athletic apparel retailers (WSS and Atmos) for a combined $1.1 billion. Jason Moser analyzes both acquisitions, as well as Square’s 2nd-quarter results.

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Facebook is Really, Really Good at Advertising show art Facebook is Really, Really Good at Advertising

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Facebook’s 2nd-quarter revenue growth was driven by its ability to charge more for ads. PayPal’s 2nd-quarter payment volume grew 40%, but shares sell off due to concerns related to eBay. John Rotonti analyzes those stories, iRobot’s 2nd-quarter results, and which companies have (and don’t have) the ability to raise prices.   To get 50% off our Stock Advisor service, just go to .

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Starbucks, Alphabet, Shopify show art Starbucks, Alphabet, Shopify

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It’s not that Starbucks’ 3rd-quarter comps were higher than a year ago, it’s that they were higher than two years ago. Alphabet demonstrates that online advertising isn’t dead. Shopify continues to impress with their 2nd-quarter results. Tim Beyers analyzes those stories and provides his headlines to the latest quarters from Apple and Microsoft.

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Planes, Paints & Automobiles show art Planes, Paints & Automobiles

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Tesla posts record profits in the 2nd quarter. AerCap wins regulatory approval to buy GE’s aircraft leasing business. Sherwin-Williams posts pretty good 2nd-quarter results. Asit Sharma analyzes those stories and discusses the importance of finding management teams with strong capital allocation skills.

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Earnings Preview on 2 Tech Stocks show art Earnings Preview on 2 Tech Stocks

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Hasbro shares hit a 52-week high after strong 2nd-quarter results. America’s population growth is slowing down, so what does it mean for different industries? Jason Moser analyzes those stories and shares what he’s going to be watching when Teladoc Health and Qualcomm report earnings later this week. Want 50% off our Stock Advisor service? Just go to .  

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Pizza + Comfortable Footwear = Great Investments show art Pizza + Comfortable Footwear = Great Investments

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Crocs and Domino’s Pizza hit new all-time highs after their latest 2nd-quarter reports. Southwest Airlines drops after 2nd-quarter revenue comes in lower than Wall Street was expecting. Maria Gallagher analyzes those stories and the pizza landscape in NYC.   Getting 50% off our Stock Advisor service is easy. Just go to .

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2 Small Caps We’re Watching show art 2 Small Caps We’re Watching

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Johnson & Johnson posts strong 2nd-quarter results and raises guidance for the full fiscal year. Philip Morris has a mixed 2nd-quarter and gets questions about its recent acquisition. Sarah Gentry and Connor Allen analyze those stories, pick out highlights from Netflix’s most recent results, and share why Blue Bird Corp. and DermTech are on their watchlists.   Looking for even more stocks to put on your watchlist? Get 50% off our Stock Advisor service by going to .

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Private Investing Gets a Boost show art Private Investing Gets a Boost

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Nasdaq partners with several banks to spin off Nasdaq Private Market as a stand-alone company. Ally Financial shares rise after strong 2nd-quarter profits. Asit Sharma analyzes those stories and discusses the long-term investing ripple effects of Jeff Bezos’ trip to space.   Want 50% off our Stock Advisor service? Just go to .  

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Zoom Video’s Big Buy show art Zoom Video’s Big Buy

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Zoom Video makes its biggest acquisition ever buying Five9, a cloud-based call center operator, for $14.7 billion in stock. AutoNation posts blowout earnings in the 2nd quarter. Jason Moser analyzes those stories and breaks down what happens when a stock you own has been bought for cash.

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