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Three big names -- Chipotle Mexican Grill, Domino's Pizza and Starbucks -- already have lost a lot of ground and could give up more.
Many restaurant stocks performed well in 2021 despite rising costs and labor issues, but this year could be more challenging.
While supply-chain constraints are a global problem, consumer-level inflation is not yet as broad a problem, or at least not evenly distributed.
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 multiple reasons to believe that inflation won't be the rampant monster predicted by doomsayers in the media.
We just got hit with a two-by-four, but in your daze, don't confuse this retailer's report with the entire market and economy.
Let's compare pizza companies to see which will make you the most dividend dough.
Here are the stocks to watch as the pandemic throws us a curve-ball.
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.
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...
Domino's has been able to flourish during the pandemic and its charts look good too.
Plus, what could be next out of the central banks and Congress and how it could affect Treasuries.
Chipotle, Domino's and Starbucks are the only food and drink purveyors to come through the pandemic stronger than before; here's why.
Small-caps and mid-caps are still picking first downs on every play, storming back from a badly oversold condition that has just about normalized.
Even companies that haven't performed particularly well on an operating basis are registering fat stock gains so far in 2021.
I keep hearing from complainers, who typically have a imperious tone, that these so-called meme stocks are wildly overvalued. How the heck do we know?
We've got two kinds of chips here -- one kind that's getting barbecued and one kind that looks delicious. What does this mean for investors? Pull up a chair.
The differences in approach between the two most basic strategies for how to grow an economy are as stark as the division they cause among economists.
Get used to 'hybrid' living -- a mix of stay-at-home and free-world life. So, invest accordingly.
The market's catalyst had everything to do with the virus... optimism that humankind might stuff that scourge back into Pandora's box.
The Fed's Jay Powell pulled out the heavy artillery to help keep the economy and financial markets going, but would it be enough?
As an early vaccinator I can tell you that you can make money from these strange things provided you do them before everybody gets the jab.
A company that consistently increases its quarterly dividends tends to see a step-like move higher in its share price. For me, that's DPZ.
With few exceptions, there isn't a stock that could bring down this market.
Surprisingly, 2020 has turned out to be decent year for restaurant stocks.