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Companies in the sector are seeing their share prices sag as rising labor and input costs take a toll on restaurant margins.
Howard Schultz is a great CEO, but the coffee company's challenges are a tall order. Investors need to know he can handle them.
There wasn't much to like about Tuesday's trading session, which saw many issues give back some or all of Monday's gains.
You'll save yourself a ton of stress if you do; we also check out Black Rifle Coffee's parent and Civitas Resources.
The SPDR S&P Biotech ETF is one for traders to keep on their radar.
A sustained rally in ARK-like names would be a welcome sight for us momentum traders.
ARK Innovation ETF offered a glimmer of technical hope Thursday to those following the high-growth space, plus we look at two new stocks.
We're in a crystal-clear downtrend where traders are selling short the rips and covering up into the dips.
There are too many bearish signals to make the stock of the coffee chain attractive at this point.
How will the extraction of all things Russian from worldwide participation impact the global economy?
After a surprisingly solid year for the sector in 2021, a lot of restaurant names are seeing their shares sag amid rising food costs and a shortage of help.
Whether Thursday's bullish reversal in stocks was a bottom or just another tradable low is anyone's guess, so let's focus on Friday.
The history of Shake Shack seems relevant to the future of the latest hot newcomer to Wall Street.
Watch the charts of dLocal Ltd. and Dutch Bros. to see how -- or even if -- to trade these names.
Among these favorite investment ideas is the rapidly growing Dutch Bros. chain.
It was almost nice to be reminded that the saloon doors to the financial markets still swing both ways.
Let's look at how we can go higher and what must go right before the advance has staying power.