Motley Fool: Is Amazon Spending Too Much Cash on “Lord of the Rings”?

Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) generates most of its revenue from its e-commerce and cloud businesses, but the tech giant is gradually expanding its ecosystem into adjacent markets like streaming media and online games. Prime Video, which competes against Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) and other…

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Motley Fool: It’s Time to Get Greedy With These Growth Stocks

Investors looking to succeed in investing have no better example than legendary Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK-A) (NYSE:BRK-B) CEO Warren Buffett. Since 1965, his company has generated compounded annual gains of more than 20%, increasing by the end of 2018 a whopping…

Motley Fool: Activision Stock Could Climb on These 3 Catalysts

After a blistering run that lasted several years, Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI) has struggled in recent months, dealing with increased competition and the growing popularity of free-to-play battle royale games. The video game maker’s stock has lost nearly half its value…

Motley Fool: Forget Microsoft: Here Are 2 Better Dividend Stocks

While many investors turn to tech stocks for growth, leading tech companies can be great dividend stocks, too. For one, the leaders are very good at generating free cash flow, a necessary ingredient to paying out dividends. Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) generated…

Motley Fool: 2 Top Small-Cap Stocks to Buy in April

Small-cap stocks tend to be more prone to volatile pricing swings than their large-cap peers, but it’s also true that small-cap companies have outperformed large caps in recent decades. Investing in smaller, lesser-known companies tends to mean embracing a greater…