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We also dissect the S&P 500's record run, check out China's latest economic data and take a skeptical glance at an idea floated by a couple Fed officials.
There is no reason to become a buyer right now -- a close below $42 on heavy volume is likely to precipitate further declines.
I am urging the Fed chair to wait as there will be adjustments and innovations that keep labor costs down.
Activist situations can take a long time to play out, that is if they don't fizzle out completely.
These 'bearish bets' show weak technical characteristics and recently received quant downgrades.
China's National Bureau of Statistics released weak July numbers yesterday.
Seven more areas that you should buy on a dip any time trade jitters take the market down.
All of the names are boosting dividends and share buybacks.
Advisors see attractive upside potential in these food and beverage stocks.
The casual-dining firm has survived and prospered over the past decade even as it faced a double order of headwinds.
You might actually be grateful that stocks took one on the jaw on Monday.
These names are showing technical characteristics of either bullish or bearish reversal patterns.
Many of the casual dining stocks haven't participated in this year's rally.
Many of these names haven't participated in this year's rally.
A lot of restaurants are offering discounts or free meals for active and former service members.
Firms that adapted to hard times are now doing exponentially better.
Two deep-value stocks head in opposite directions on results.
See, Millennials haven't ruined everything. There are some pretty good fast casual deals!
Apart from big chains, very few restaurant companies have done well.
The Center for Science in the Public Interest compiled some of the worst foods to order at popular restaurants.
Brinker International? Not so much.
Here's some inspirational leadership tips from Randy Garutti, Shake Shack's top executive.
At the one-month mark, the portfolio outperformed the S&P 500 and Russell 2000.
Companies as diverse as Wendy's and Boeing are among the names big into stock buybacks and raising their payouts.