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The five stocks are up an average of nearly 10% over the last month, but barely are outperforming small-caps in general.
Apart from big chains, very few restaurant companies have done well.
Fitbit, Hibbett Sports, Zoe's Kitchen and Biglari Holdings all have struggled, with only FreightCar America in positive territory for the year.
BH is down on no particular news, but VG is trading at an 11-year high.
The restaurant chain has become a dividend champion of sorts, thanks in part to healthy special payouts in recent years.
Bob Evans, Biglari Holdings, Rell Electronics and Zoe's Kitchen all had news of interest to this value seeker.
CEO Sardar Biglari loves to wax on for hours about his investment philosophy, which is one reason this meeting is a must-see event.
Even though its shares are up 46% year to date, the name remains greatly undervalued from a sum-of-the-parts perspective.
Negative data continues to point to difficulties in the land of eateries.
The struggling casual dining chain is just begging for activist involvement.
Shares of BP have dropped over 6% this year and 25% on the past 12 months, but as oil recovers the oil major could see a tremendous bounce.
Pfizer and Allergan have called off their merger.
Sometimes you just can't unlock a good stock's underlying worth.
Sears was once hot because of its property, but no more.
Growth is too expensive and multiples have gone beyond reality.
Forget Zagat. Here's the Heller family guide to chain restaurants based on dividend yield.
Biglari Holdings is a company whose parts may be greater than the whole.
We're seeing all sorts of interesting activist-investor developments at Wendy's, Cracker Barrel and Cosi.
Shareholder Biglari Holdings thinks Cracker Barrel needs fixing, but I'm not convinced.
The intrigue continues at BH, which is moving ahead with its plan to issue another class of shares.