Buy, Sell, Hold (MILE Earnings Call)

Episode 171 April 09, 2021 00:33:21
Buy, Sell, Hold (MILE Earnings Call)
Wisco Weekly by 24Hour Journal
Buy, Sell, Hold (MILE Earnings Call)

Show Notes

Episode #171 is a review of Metromile (NASDAQ: MILE) Earnings Call from March 30, 2021. This earnings call covers the fourth quarter and full-year 2020 financial results. Tune in and decide whether to buy, sell, or hold.

Subscribe to Wisco Weekly to get more educational information on where to make investments.


Notes  |  Resources


***** Wisco Weekly *****
By Automotive Executives, For Automotive Entrepreneurs

Founder and Host, Dennis Wisco, takes his Business Class listeners through the culture and society of automotive business. Subscribe and follow the money to know where you can #maketheinvestment.

Wisco Weekly is proudly supported by automotiveMastermind. Visit to learn more about predictive analytics and marketing automation.



Other Episodes

Episode 161

February 03, 2021 01:12:06
Episode Cover

The Correlation of Home Sales to Auto Sales feat. Jonathan Smoke

A prior economist at and currently serving as the Chief Economist at Cox Automotive, Jonathan Smoke shares some valuable macro trends that we can follow as a result of the booming housing market. Tune in to hear about the democratization of car ownership versus home ownership, credit worthiness, interest rates and inflation, and the latest index developed by Jonathan’s team, the Vehicle Affordability Index. About Jonathan Smoke leads Cox Automotive’s economic industry insights office. This office is tasked with leveraging data to expand Cox Automotive’s deep expertise in all aspects of the automotive industry. His focus is to connect the data from all of the company’s businesses and platforms and relate to economic, industry and demographic trends. Prior to joining Cox Automotive, Smoke served as’s chief economist. Before that, he was the chief economist for Hanley Wood, a media and market intelligence company, and also served in a variety of roles at Beazer Homes, including senior vice president of strategy and innovation. Smoke was named one of “the 21 most interesting people in real estate” by Inman News and was the only economist to make the list in 2016. He is quoted in national news outlets and has published more than 150 original articles. Smoke blogs regularly and tweets using Twitter handle @SmokeonCars to share his industry insights. Smoke holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and religious studies from Rhodes College and a master’s degree in business from The University of Texas at Austin.   Related Episodes Cash is King, or Cash for Clunkers The ETF Horserace John Kett of IAA, Inc. Home Is Where You Park It (Vanlife Mini Series)   Notes  |  Resources Jonathan Smoke  |  Twitter  |  Spotify Cox Automotive  |  ...


Episode 132

July 25, 2020 00:24:28
Episode Cover

A Naval Officer's Car-Buying Story

Meet Joseph the Naval Officer who is in the market for the first time to buy a car.   Related Episodes Consumer Credit Applications Managing Credit During an Economic Crisis To Creatively Problem-Solve, Be Disciplined Who Is The Used Car Lease Subscriber   ***** Wisco Weekly ***** New Business Models for the Mobility of People and Goods. Become a Fan. Soon, become a Member. Subscribe for now. ✌(-‿-)✌   ...



February 27, 2019 00:38:59
Episode Cover

The Toll Roads, A Family Business (feat. Samuel Johnson, Transportation Corridor Agencies)

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] When toll roads are properly managed and operated, they provide congested-less roads, maintain fiscal responsibility, and produce happy customers. The Toll Roads, which are governed by the Transportation Corridor Agencies, manage and operate state route 73, 133, 241, and 261 in Orange County, California. It has been a "bumpy road" to get to their current state of fiscal responsibility, and if you've traveled these roads, then you know they are doing something right. In episode #64, the Chief Tolling Operations Officer, Samuel Johnson, shares insight into the different models of congestion pricing, the thought process behind tolling, and other related topics that allow him to manage the most important business operation, his family. [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row] ...