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Check this out: Back-to-back closures of a Wells Fargo branch and a Starbucks location in the same mall in Boca Raton, Florida (taken over the weekend). And a Chipotle nearby has a sign that it is taking online orders only.
Pressure from higher labor and commodity costs hurt Brinker's bottom line and could signal trouble ahead for other operators.
It's great to be filling in again for Doug Kass at the Daily Diary. Friday. Friday. Friday. Hope you're ready. I know I am. Markets have turned for the better overnight as Evergrande delayed impending doom, despite semi-negative to profoundly negati...
I have had some real success playing volatile names ahead of news events from the short-side, but this is not something I would recommend for newer traders.
McDonald's decision to raise its dividend is an indicator of the sector's comeback from the pandemic, but higher labor and food costs are a concern.
There are not one but two things at work with this company and this stock.
Data from Black Box Intelligence shows that except for fine dining, dine-in sales growth continues to be negative for upscale casual, casual dining and the fast casual segment. Bob Lang and I continue to like the drive thru and digital ordering-take...
Starbucks recently brought back its highly addictive - so I am told - pumpkin spice latte and a few other new seasonal beverages to its menu. As we've seen in the past with Starbucks and McDonald's , and more recently with Chipotle , these limited t...
Here are my top 10 interpretations of the language of non-fungible tokens (a.k.a. my must-read primer if you're going to do anything with NFTs).
This COVID-19 vaccine is the potential savior of more than just the market.
They are all chasing the same people, the millennials.
Yet for now, most restaurant stocks are enjoying solid years even as many contend with labor shortages and higher prices for products such as beef.
While indices are hitting all-time highs, 60% of stocks are struggling or in outright bear markets.
As we gear into a very heavy earnings week next week - more on that later - that also includes the Fed's next monetary policy meeting, I asked my Trifecta Stocks partner Bob Lang to give us a technical take on the S&P 500... take it away Bob: SPX 50...
Chipotle, Domino's and Starbucks are the only food and drink purveyors to come through the pandemic stronger than before; here's why.
The market doesn't seem much interested in the pessimist narratives right now.
Stock picking matters and winning stocks are right under your noses every day.
Also, there's reason to turn J&J's one shot jab into a two shot vaccine just like the rest.
IBM beat expectations and the complexion the overnight mood changed. But will the mood change hold?
Futures traders of a certain age have this pattern permanently etched into their brain.
The main action is rotation into the FATMAAN names and a few other big-caps.
Jim Cramer says the stock can rally a lot higher. Here's what the charts and indicators say.
While sorting out the Fed's words on inflation and rates, let's chew through some intriguing setups in these two names.
* Tops are processes (bottoms are events) * Investors are remarkably complacent - with no one, save Perma Bears, looking for a meaningful market decline * The market silliness is now deafening as the (motley) fools rush in at the end of a speculat...
Odd mix of moves precedes one of the most important Fed meetings in a while.
My investment conclusion and strategy is to sell in June for the anticipated market swoon.