|Day Low/High||15.73 / 16.11|
|52 Wk Low/High||15.12 / 22.22|
Texas Roadhouse looks like a buy based on its charts while Bloomin' Brands may provide a short opportunity.
Welcome to what should be a very exciting week.
Bigger is better as the major restaurants dominate the sector.
Despite Bloomin' Brands' recent weakness, the stock is primed for a bounce to the $25-$30 range.
Brinker is a quality name with decent finances and a high earnings predictability score, making it an excellent choice for swing trading.
Bloomin' Brands jumps on its addition to the S&P SmallCap 600 Index, but Bluegreen Vacations falls on the end of a marketing pact with Bass Pro Shops
Activist situations can take a long time to play out, that is if they don't fizzle out completely.
Value Line's analyst, as well the consensus view for 2019, anticipates faster growth ahead for the restaurant operator.
It has been a phenomenal stock picker's market since last summer within distressed value.
Seven names that have technical characteristics of either bullish or bearish reversal patterns.
My favorites are a combination of cheap valuations, and potential takeover targets.
This 'motley crew' of value is not for the faint of heart.
Barington Capital thinks BLMN should consider spinning off Bonefish Grill, Carrabba's and Fleming's into a separate company leaving Outback as a separate entity.
Many of the casual dining stocks haven't participated in this year's rally.
Many of these names haven't participated in this year's rally.
It was a strong day across the board on Wall Street with all three major U.S. averages closing in the green.
Consumers will buy billions upon billions of dollars of gift cards this holiday season, to the ongoing delight of their issuers and sellers.
See, Millennials haven't ruined everything. There are some pretty good fast casual deals!
Apart from big chains, very few restaurant companies have done well.
Cheesecake Factory, Papa John's and other names in the sector are facing headwinds.
This market is still supported by resilient dip buyers, but it's unattractive to the initiative buyer.
Operators continue to face intense competition and increasing labor and input costs that are eating into margins.