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Even companies that haven't performed particularly well on an operating basis are registering fat stock gains so far in 2021.
A company that consistently increases its quarterly dividends tends to see a step-like move higher in its share price. For me, that's DPZ.
When a company zigs rather than zags, it gets my attention.
Surprisingly, 2020 has turned out to be decent year for restaurant stocks.
The shares of several chains are doing surprisingly well while others are struggling as the pandemic puts restaurants' survival skills to the test.
As a whole, publicly traded restaurant names are doing better than I would have expected year-to-date.
The deals that has been taking place in the industry in the last few years are likely to continue.
It's been a solid year for restaurant stocks so far, especially for these 3 names.
Chipotle Mexican Grill, Noodles & Co. and Dine Brands Global are among the names we're serving up.
Small-cap restaurant chains in particular are down for the year to date despite some recent upticks.
Apart from big chains, very few restaurant companies have done well.
Some of the big names are doing well, but it has been a struggle for many others, include Ruby Tuesday.
It may be a second-tier brand, but it is still a profitable one that also happens to be asset-rich.
Diamond Resorts shares jump on acquisition news, while Southwestern Energy declines on a large stock offering.
Eatery's shares have shed some 15% this week, but could fall more.
If down is up, maybe that would explain why restaurants are doing so well.
Jim Cramer, portfolio manager of TheStreet’s Action Alerts PLUS and host of CNBC’s ‘Mad Money,’ talked about how to play defense in a down market on Friday.
There are worrisome signs to this short-term buying spree.
Bojangles is the latest restaurant to come public, and it did not play a game of chicken when it came to its first day of trading on the Nasdaq.