|Day Low/High||24.26 / 26.49|
|52 Wk Low/High||10.34 / 32.81|
Three of the four restaurant operators are worth at least a nibble, but one doesn't look appetizing right now.
As a whole, publicly traded restaurant names are doing better than I would have expected year-to-date.
I wonder which chains may not survive this crisis without having to file for bankruptcy, and whether the crisis will alter the future of company capital structures.
Beef shortages, capital raises, earnings, and a possible proxy fight.
I think the quarantine has gone too far, with unintended consequences that will be tallied later.
I expect that restaurant names will continue to trade like options -- the greater the leverage the more volatile they will be.
After a company reports we all know what's wrong, it's immunized. And that's when you can buy.
The impact of the coronavirus on the cash flow of companies in the restaurant sector is leading to capital-saving moves by several notable names.
It's a better representative of how the market values a company than market cap alone.
As I've stated before, I'm looking for names that are 'stupid cheap', and I'm not sure we're there yet.
With the coronavirus fear as thick as pea soup, many names don't yet qualify as 'stupid cheap'.
Fear is the name of the game here, not reality, and until it abates, all bets are off.
The restaurant operator missed on earnings but doubled its dividend, while the aircraft parts supplier reveals it will be restating results over two years.
Jana Partners indicates its plans to nominate a few director candidates to the restaurant operator's board.
If YUM wanted to go big in casual dining, it could make a play for Dine Brands Global.
The deals that has been taking place in the industry in the last few years are likely to continue.
The best performer year-to-date is small name The Habit Restaurants, courtesy of YUM's January 6th $14 per share offer.
Here's a look back at how my recommendations worked out.
Disney, Qualcomm and Square are among 75 key reports we are watching.
A bunch of beaten-up value names registered double-digit percentage gains last week; we'll see if the rally can continue.
Here we look at Bloomin' Brands to see how investing strategies such as call options can be used to play a stock trading at a cheap price.
Like Corning, Bloomin' Brands posted second-quarter numbers pretty much in line with expectations; will it earn a rebuke from traders, too?
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.