The attorneys general of 36 states and the District of Columbia sue Google over its app store. A combination of macro fears drive the day on Wall Street. Asit Sharma analyzes those stories and discusses the potential role of ETFs for investors.
An analyst note from JPMorgan sends shares of Whirlpool higher. Alicia Alfiere analyzes the rise of home improvement stocks and shares why Whirlpool fits the trend. Plus, we discuss whether or not to sell shares of Uber after a nice gain, and the peace treaty that hot dog consumers have been waiting for!
Shares of Didi fall 15% after the Chinese government stops new users from downloading the ride-hailing app as it conducts a cybersecurity review. Krispy Kreme doesn’t raise as much money as it hoped with its IPO. Jason Moser analyzes those stories, discusses the challenge of adding to your winners, and shares why he believes inflation may not be as transitory as once thought.
After passing the Federal Reserve’s stress tests Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, Morgan Stanley, Wells Fargo, and JPMorgan Chase all raise their dividends. Asit Sharma analyzes what’s being the moves, as well as the latest quarterly results from office furniture-maker Herman Miller and financial software/services company FactSet.
Etsy buys Elo7, the “Etsy of Brazil”. The latest movie from the “Fast & Furious” franchise takes in $70 million in its opening weekend in the U.S., which pushes it over the $400 million mark worldwide. Jason Moser analyzes those stories, discusses Doximity’s noteworthy IPO from last week, and analyzes the merits of taking profits vs. letting your winners run.
Why is retirement income scarier than usual? How is starting your own business a bit like planning for retirement? Ross Anderson, CFP and co-founder of Craft Work Capital, answers those questions and shares why selling his car last year may have been a mistake.
For more insights from Ross Anderson and his co-host Dan Messeca, give a listen to their podcast “Check Your Balances”.
As a CFP and executive at CIC Wealth, Malcolm Ethridge helps clients figure out their own individual path to retirement. He shares how they’re feeling, their relative interest in meme stocks, and what he thinks the rest of the year will be like for people trying to chart their own financial path.
For more financial knowledge and insights, check out “The Tech Money Podcast with Malcolm Ethridge”.
As we approach the mid-point of 2021, where do things stand for investors? Ron Gross discusses the recent Fed meeting, the relative volatility of the market, and what he’s watching in the 2nd half of the year.
On this day in 1997 Chris Hill started working at The Motley Fool. He shares a few investing lessons he’s learned over the years, how he’s trying to think more like a Zen master, and the time he bought a stock while he was high.