The following video is from Monday's MarketFoolery podcast in which host Chris Hill, along with analysts Jason Moser and Joe Magyer, discuss the top business and investing stories.
In this segment, Goldman Sachs has added Yahoo! (NAS: YHOO) to its Conviction Buy list, citing many positives about Yahoo!'s new leadership under CEO Marissa Mayer. The upgrade drove Yahoo! shares to a 52-week high. While the guys agree that management is taking a lot of good steps these days financially that investors will be pleased with, they are left wondering what the next big thing will be for Yahoo! or how the business model will go forward, and they would like to see some real organic revenue growth coming for the company in the next few years.
Another interesting company to watch that has its eye on the search game is, of course, Facebook. After the world's most-hyped IPO turned out to be a dud, most investors probably don't even want to think about shares of Facebook. But there are things every investor needs to know about this company. We've outlined them in our newest premium research report. There's a lot more to Facebook than meets the eye, so read up on whether there is anything to "like" about it today, and we'll tell you whether we think Facebook deserves a place in your portfolio. Access your report by clicking here.
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