|Day Low/High||180.23 / 182.61|
|52 Wk Low/High||146.84 / 190.88|
As more volatility may indeed lay ahead in 2019, the company's history of maneuvering past potential pressures is a positive for shareholders.
McDonald's has a serious focus on China and is benefitting, but what if sentiment there shifts as trade wars escalate?
The company's move to reduce the overall use of antibiotics marks another step in its shift towards more natural food sourcing.
MCD has had two positives going for it.
Analysts and experts have begun to warm to the modernization plan that CEO Easterbrook has slated to reinvigorate MCD into the coming years.
Analysts say the old standby could end up as a market leader based on its historical resilience in tough markets and its aggressive remodeling efforts.
It's done without much thought even though their companies are doing amazingly well.
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We can see a number of positive technical clues on the MCD chart.
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