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That Starbucks lags in anything seems like something from another world.
Polaris Industries is a prime example.
In this case there is still little to be excited about.
If the double-top formation plays out, there could be a decline to around $18.
But if you got in McDonald's late, fears about Q3 are still elevated.
A close below $26 could start a deeper decline to new 52-week lows.
The current setup mimics the late June setup where MCD ran to $127.
In rejecting Mondelez's latest offer, has the chocolate-maker forgotten it's a publicly traded company?
Why you should check out Espey, Investors Title and Kona Grill.
But that may prove an opportune time to pad the portfolio with the iconic computer maker.

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