|Day Low/High||204.10 / 205.39|
|52 Wk Low/High||153.13 / 206.39|
They may be too rich now, but they made you rich if you stuck with them.
Leave this market? Damned if you do and damned if you don't.
'It is not a healthy market when the generals are still going up and the troops are in retreat.'
Investors that are balance sheet junkies (as I am) will need to be careful, and keep these changes in mind when performing calculations or reviewing data.
In times of market turmoil, restaurant stocks can provide a safe haven.
These are the days when if you're brave you get a good price and begin the ride to greater riches.
There's some good news, and some not so great news within GE's report, but the takeaway for now, is generally positive.
First-quarter earnings show currency translations were the big story, dragging down results, but there are unanswered questions about the refranchising process and tech.
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.
The combination of growing dividends along with simultaneous share buybacks can be powerful.
Technical charts can provide insight into coming earnings reports, and the ascending chart for the fast-food giant is indicating it's about to produce a solid report.
A basket of 38 restaurant stocks I track, large and small, are up about 14% year to date.
Equity markets marked time on Monday, mostly on light volume.
You can't stop the rain coming down on this market until you get a host of people to realize there are bargains even if we have a big slowdown.
These high-flying Japanese companies will likely get a boost come August with the rebalancing of a key stock index.
Normally a triangle-like formation in a rising market is bullish but when we look beneath the surface we do not see a bullish alignment of the indicators.
McDonald's carries a high-quality reputation that has masked lukewarm growth.
Next week we'll be at the tail end of earnings season. It's been a blast, at least until this past week when we got some iffy news about trade.
CMG reported fantastic numbers on Wednesday night, with a colossal 6.1% comparable-sales figure coupled with healthy margins.
Investors seem to have a high tolerance for the company's liabilities due to its time honored performance.
There is a lot of grumbling that the positive response to earnings that were recently cut is not justified.
I think we can all agree that there will be no increase made to the Fed Funds Rate today.
In the daily bar chart of McDonald's we see a choppy trading pattern.
It's going to be one hectic week.
Investors should not count on China as a key growth driver.