This firm offers a wide economic moat, high expected yield and significant upside.
Portfolio managers will presume that these stocks can't be as good as they were.
Grocery stock is not an attractive play for longs at the moment.
The soft drink giant's shares need to rally to $118 to get its chart looking bullish.
Charts for the marijuana stock and the tobacco giant illustrate their different perception among traders.
Unexciting stalwart General Mills offers that opportunity to investors at current prices.
This week's go-private move by Sonic Corp. extends a run of restaurant deals that probably isn't over.
This is the one stock that I both want to buy and short, depending on what time of day it is.
The limited technical data for the recent Eli Lilly spinoff indicate buyers came in early and appear to be holding.
It's been a solid year for restaurant stocks so far, especially for these 3 names.