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The shares of several chains are doing surprisingly well while others are struggling as the pandemic puts restaurants' survival skills to the test.
The market is reflecting a triumph of big business over small business, and here's what that means for individual stocks.
It's too late. By delaying the stimulus this long Congress has doomed lots of smaller businesses.
The wholesale club's business model works great with or without a pandemic to aid it.
The result has been a technical breakdown in risk-asset pricing -- and the main culprit is without a doubt, the inability of Congress to compromise.
With the indicators the way they are, here's the stand I would take for now.
The visible stories are almost all positive. The negative stories are almost all hidden at least when it comes to the stock market.
As Covid-19 numbers rise in many states, it's time to get out of the restaurant stocks and look to Campbell Soup.
The prices of hotels and even beaten up retailers say that many believe a vaccine is on the way -- here's how I would get positioned.
But what is the same is greed, and here's how you -- especially if you're new to stocks -- can approach investing rationally.
I bet on Texas Roadhouse when it was down and made out well -- now it's time to let go.
National chains have better access to capital.
This week we'll hear from WMT, HD, LOW and TGT, and here's why these big fish retailers will gobble up the small ones during this pandemic.
The main takeaway as always is that the real casualties are those enterprises that aren't public.
Denny's Corp. is the latest operator to do so as restaurant companies sell new shares in efforts to raise precious cash amid the pandemic.
As a whole, publicly traded restaurant names are doing better than I would have expected year-to-date.
The immediate future remains under the control of virus-related statistics.
As Pimm Fox on Bloomberg Radio would say, good morning, good morning! With Doug out today, I'll be once again taking the Diary wheel for a spin. U.S. equities tumbled on Wednesday as the surge in reported coronavirus cases put the kybosh on the re-o...
Let's look at the charts and indicators.
This is a chain of restaurants that truly seems to have its act together.
The S&P 500 Index Committee has work to do as it decides which companies remain in the index, and that could impact whether some remain Aristocrats.
The state's pledge may help keep customers safer, but it would likely drive the restaurants out of operation soon.
Spotting a well-positioned dividend-paying restaurant company means you'll want to ensure it has these qualities.
While there will be bumps, thuds and even some damage, 2020 will by no means bring about an end to dividend investing.