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Here are 4 stocks that can be bought into the stock cyclone that might occur if things don't go the bulls way in the Argentine.
If there is any follow through to Wednesday's rebound on Friday and Monday, names such as MCD will be leaders, not followers.
Shares are at an all-time high, but looking under the bun shows the stock price could soon fall.
Shares of Dine Brands have surged this year after a rough 2017, while Biglari has slid since creating two classes of stock.
These are simply programs where some ETFs and handcrafted baskets are overwhelming both sides of the market.
We can see a number of positive technical clues on the MCD chart.
Starbucks' steady growth in China could slip again.
What you need to know ahead of the announcement of Starbucks' fourth-quarter results.
The current market is about escaping positions before they can fall further and then waiting until conditions improve.
If you like investing for the long haul, my concerns are something to think about.
But here are the signs to watch, and how to protect yourself.
What are people doing talking about how strong the economy is without getting their hands dirty and speaking to CEOs?
When rates get to where they have to go we are going to have a slowdown that will be regarded as stagflationary.
I have no problem blessing an investment in this name with the appropriate steps taken toward risk management.
Shares of "value-added frozen potato product" company Lamb Weston are tracking higher following a quarterly earnings beat this morning with revenue that climbed 11.9% year over year. That's a likely positive for McDonald's , which accounted for 11% ...
This is the one stock that I both want to buy and short, depending on what time of day it is.
Essentially, Sonic has been slowly withdrawing from the stock market for years.
Chipotle Mexican Grill, Noodles & Co. and Dine Brands Global are among the names we're serving up.
Coke's acquisition of Costa is a strategic move to expand into coffee -- and China.
The Canada-based restaurant company is focused on a successful franchise model.
That is why we love them, even when they are troubled.
Dunkin' Brands CEO David Hoffmann tells TheStreet the chain has held prices steady despite rising labor and food costs.