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Uber’s Foggy Future

“It’s like trying to run a race in the fog.” That’s how senior analyst Seth Jayson describes trying to predict how Uber and Lyft will get to profitability. We discuss those businesses in advance of their impending IPOs, plus we sift through the wreckage of 4th-quarter reports from and Lumber Liquidators.


Bad Suits & Blazing Saddles

Dollar General falls despite a relatively strong 4th-quarter report. Tailored Brands (parent company of Men’s Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank) falls 25% after same-store sales in the 4th quarter fall. MFAM Funds portfolio manager Bill Barker analyzes those stories and shares why Tailored Brands is not a buying opportunity. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag to discuss reverse stock splits and the Fool 100 Index. (Tangents include award-winning pies and the classic film “Blazing Saddles”.)


2 Video Game Stocks We Like Right Now

Aurora Cannabis pops 10% when a famous activist investor enters the scene. Aaron Bush shares how he views activist investing and why he’s not buying Aurora Cannabis on this news. Plus we discuss Spotify’s complaint against Apple Music and dip into the Fool Mailbag to examine the best ways to invest in video games and the rise of esports.


Will Stitch Fix Continue to Deliver?

Stitch Fix surges on strong earnings and upbeat guidance. Will the personalized apparel company continue to deliver for investors? Analysts Andy Cross and Ron Gross tackle that question, delve into earnings from Dick’s Sporting Goods, and celebrate the 30th birthday of the World Wide Web.


$30 Billion in Gold

Boeing shares fall after another deadly crash involving its 737 Max 8 aircraft. Taylor Muckerman analyzes the challenges for Boeing, as well as a big merger in the gold mining industry between Barrick Gold and Newmont Mining. Plus, we discuss innovations in professional baseball with producer Dan Boyd sharing his strong opinions from behind the glass.


Can Facebook Pivot to Privacy?

In a blog post on Wednesday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that Facebook wanted to become a "privacy-focused communications platform." What would a move toward privacy mean for investors? Analysts Ron Gross and Jason Moser discuss Facebook’s need for privacy and dig into earnings news from Barnes & Noble and Kroger.


How Do You Solve A Problem Like Abercrombie & Fitch?

Abercrombie & Fitch rises 20% on better-than-expected earnings. So why isn’t analyst Emily Flippen impressed? We discuss the challenged apparel retailer’s future, along with the latest earnings from Dollar Tree, Brown-Forman, and NIO (the “Tesla of China”). Hello Monday from LinkedIn


The State of Food Delivery

Target rises on strong holiday results. falls on guidance (not results). Abi Malin discusses those stories, analyzes the current landscape for food delivery stocks, and shares her Fat Tuesday experiences.


Old Navy, New IPO

Gap prepares to spin off Old Navy into a separate public company. MFAM Funds portfolio manager Bill Barker analyzes Gap’s stagnant revenue growth over the past 15 years and shares why Old Navy has earned a higher multiple from investors. Plus, we dip into the Fool Mailbag to discuss shorting stocks, a potential acquisition of FedEx, and how our “Apropos Of Nothing” episodes are actually not that bad! (Tangent’s include Bill’s birthday, medical school teachings about coffee, Christopher...


Laura Adams (aka, “Money Girl”)

Laura Adams became the first star of financial podcasting in 2008 when she started hosting the “Money Girl” podcast. An award-winning writer and personal finance expert, Laura sits down with Chris Hill to discuss her origins in finance, how she got started in podcasting, which financial headlines give her cause for concern, and much more. You can find Laura’s show wherever you get your podcasts, and by clicking here:


Can Oprah Save Weight Watchers?

WW, the company formerly known as Weight Watchers, craters on disappointing earnings. Can WW investor and spokesperson Oprah Winfrey help right the ship? Motley Fool analyst Ron Gross tackles that question, digs into better-than-expected earnings from Best Buy, and talks about the latest from biotech company, CRISPR. Thanks to Airbnb for supporting MarketFoolery. Go to and start hosting you’ll receive a $100 Amazon Gift Card if you generate $500 in booking value by May 30....


Etsy: The Cutest Monster on Wall Street

A federal judge gives Tesla CEO Elon Musk a March 11th deadline. Bill Mann analyzes the latest in the ongoing saga of Musk, his company, and one of the most hotly-debated stocks in the public markets. We admit we thought Etsy’s business was cute but after its latest blowout earnings we’re thinking otherwise. Plus, we discuss the latest in the U.S.-China trade debate.


A Letter from Mr. Buffett

Berkshire-Hathaway posted a loss in the 4th quarter. Chief Investment Officer Andy Cross analyzes Warren Buffett’s annual letter to shareholders and shares why a new acquisition probably won’t happen in 2019. Plus, we delve into GE’s $21 billion sale of its biopharma unit to Danaher, and dip into the Fool Mailbag. Thanks to Airbnb for supporting MarketFoolery! Go to and start hosting you’ll receive a $100 Amazon Gift Card if you generate $500 in booking value by May 30. Terms...


Is Facebook Undervalued?

Domino’s delivers solid 4th-quarter results, but shares fall. Meanwhile Boston Beer pops 11% on strong profits and optimism for 2019. Emily Flippen analyzes those stories, and we dip into the Fool Mailbag to ponder Facebook’s valuation. Thanks to LinkedIn for supporting The Motley Fool. Go to and get $50 off your first job post.


The Restaurant To Watch

Texas Roadhouse posts solid comps growth in the 4th quarter. David Kretzmann analyzes why the management team is just one reason he likes this restaurant. Plus, we discuss Tesla’s latest executive departure and dip into the Fool Mailbag. To check out the new offering from Motley Fool Singapore that David mentioned just go to


Walmart Delivers

Walmart reports strong quarterly earnings fueled by toys, groceries, and e-commerce. Motley Fool analysts Ron Gross and Jason Moser take stock in Walmart’s happy holidays, discuss Alphabet’s new investment in the war on cash, and weigh in on a Facebook rival to Alexa and Siri. Thanks to LinkedIn for supporting MarketFoolery. Go to and get $50 off your first job post.


Sex, Coke, and Video Streaming

Coca-Cola shares have their worst day in over a decade. Apple gets ready to launch a video streaming service. Jim Mueller analyzes those stories and answers the timeless question, “How many stocks should someone have in their portfolio?” Plus we discuss a survey about Americans’ attitudes towards Netflix, including how many would choose Netflix over sex.


Avengers vs. Frozen 2 vs. Star Wars

TripAdvisor stumbles, while Activision Blizzard gives shareholders their first good day in a while. MFAM Funds portfolio manager Bill Barker analyzes the latest earnings from those two companies, and discusses Wall Street’s impact on the upcoming baseball season. Plus, Disney gives shareholders a reason to smile as it drops the first teaser trailer for “Frozen 2”. (Tangents include producer Dan Boyd’s array of skills, which Disney movie will make the most money, and MarketFoolery’s end...


Is Amazon Becoming Facebook?

A Bank of America Merrill Lynch Survey finds that professional investors took their highest cash positions in 10 years during the month of January. Ellie Mae gets acquired. And Amazon buys the router company Eero and stirs up privacy concerns. Analysts Andy Cross and Jason Moser dig into those stories, talk Shopify and Under Armour earnings, and go to school on educational technology company Chegg.


Expect More Bank Deals

Morgan Stanley buys Solium Capital for $900 million. Abi Malin analyzes why the deal makes sense for Morgan Stanley and shares why investors should expect more deals in the banking industry. Plus we look at the latest results from Restaurant Brands International and dip into the Fool Mailbag. To join our live Q&A on February 13th, subscribe to our YouTube channel with one click of a button at Thanks Audible! Get Power Moves by Adam Grant for free when you sign...