Whether it’s listening to a podcast or using a mobile app, investing resources are essential for self-education regardless if you’re a beginner or pro. In this clip from “The 5” on Motley Fool Live, recorded on Jan. 18, Motley Fool contributors Trevor Jennewine, Jamie Louko, and Taylor Carmichael share the go-to resources they rely on for learning about specific companies and industries.
Trevor Jennewine: When we’re investigating particular companies or investing in general, I think we all come across different resources. I wanted to have us each share one that we found particularly useful. Jamie, let’s start with you.
Jamie Louko: I’m going to cheat and I’m going to share two. I’m a podcast nerd. I listen to podcasts so often. If I have my AirPods and you see me in-person, I’m likely listening to a podcast. There are two places that I look at, not necessarily for stock ideas, but just to learn about industries. The first is macroeconomics and just economics broadly, and I recommend the New Bazaar podcast by Bazaar Audio. The other place I really like to learn about and find potential ideas is in artificial intelligence. For that, I would go with NVIDIA’s (NASDAQ: NVDA) AI podcast.
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Jennewine: Nice pick. I like that. Taylor, how about you?
Taylor Carmichael: That’s excellent. I must have missed it on the sheet, Trevor. I don’t research really outside The Motley Fool. It’s embarrassing, I guess, but I like the home cooking. Almost all of my research starts at The Fool. I do use [Apollo Global Management‘s (NYSE: APO)] Yahoo! Finance. Yahoo! Finance has a lot of free stuff that you can use. I always create portfolios at Yahoo! Finance. I always track stocks at Yahoo! Finance. That’s one that I use. Usually when I’m starting a research, I look at their statistics for a company because that’s a great little snapshot of where companies’ revenue growth is, where their cash is, so I start with that. But honestly, most of my research is here at The Fool. I just have, I guess, a bias. I like our podcast. I like our articles. If you’re a paying subscriber, I would urge you to read some of our free stuff. It’s really good too. That’s where I am.
Jennewine: Yeah. No, Taylor, that’s a great point. I think there’s something to be said for that. There are a lot of great articles on The Motley Fool. There are great podcasts, great premium content, as I’m sure our viewers are well aware. The …….