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Uncover potential new investments and learn about financial markets on the Chit Chat Money podcast. Our flagship show releases three episodes a week with a focus on analyzing individual stocks in a variety of formats. We periodically publish seasons of a History of Financial Markets, which you can listen to here. The show notes for each episode are published on this website, which you can find below.

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Deep Dive: PayPal

Listen On: Spotify Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Show Notes (Ryan) What they do: Through a range of different services, PayPal helps customers and merchants transfer money. Their goal is to enable merchants and consumers to manage and move their money anywhere in the world, anytime, on any platform, and using any device. And they do this through the core PayPal site, Venmo, and Xoom but they also bought Honey for $4B and they own some financial services providers like PayPal

Episode 104: Interview With Investment Talk

***Use our link or enter promo code “CCM” at checkout to get $10 off your first month at 7investing*** Listen on: Spotify Apple Podcasts Debriefing Clickbait nonsense aside, it was an all-around solid Buffett letter this year and highlights what Berkshire is doing with its money (investing in the energy business and buying back stock). If they can reduce the share count by 5% a year, watch out… Wal-Mart is betting big on a consumer fintech subsidiary (or joint-venture). Seems

Cash App is Going to be Huge for Square

If you are an investor in Square like me, you know that the Cash App is a big deal. The peer-to-peer (P2P) payments app is growing tremendously fast and is now bringing in meaningful revenue for the company. In fact, the platform just hit a $500 million revenue run rate, and now makes up more than half of Square’s services revenue. So what exactly is the Cash App? Like Venmo (the P2P app owned by PayPal), you can send money instantly and for free to any of your friends. Howev

How do Uber’s Financials Compare to Other Tech Giants?

*You can find all the historical earnings numbers on each companies Investor Relations page. Uber, since going public, has been a controversial stock. Many prominent analysts doubt their business model, while some think they are just valued too highly. Others, like the Motley Fool, are long the stock and think it has a chance to be another tech giant. Personally, I can’t make up my mind. I’m fairly confident Lyft is a terrible business (zero-brand, terrible margins, and runni

Fundamental Analysis of PayPal

On this Fundamental Analysis show, we discussed PayPal (PYPL), a digital payments giant. Highlights from the show: Market cap of $130 billion P/S of 8.5, forward P/E of 32 Growing sales 12% YoY but negatively impacted by divestments Venmo is on fire Listen to the full show: Spotify Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts #podcasts #Stocks #InvestingPodcasts #Investing #Podcast #PayPal #FundamentalAnalysis

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