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Restaurant Brands International, the company behind Burger King, Tim Horton's and Popeyes, sets up as a value buy as it falters after earnings.
As the pandemic restrictions recede, more and more people are indulging in drinks and dining out. Here's how to capitalize off of the trend.
How long have we cried out in the wilderness with no one listening? Finally, perhaps, a champion has risen from the depths.
Leading investment advisors provide a menu of attractive QSR stocks.
As places like Cracker Barrel defrost dividends that were paused during the pandemic, we're looking at the menu to see what looks tasty.
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.
There are plenty of others I've served up as potential M&A candidates that have not come to fruition...yet.
A little help from the board please... Folks, I've just been informed by one of the editors here at TheStreet that he has sampled the new chicken sandwich from Wendy's and was rather unimpressed by it. Said person went on to say the best chicken sa...
In this 'dividend derby' contest, we serve up two fast food restaurant stocks and see which comes out the hottest.
Avoid the long side until the OBV line tells us that buyers are becoming more aggressive.
This is a chain of restaurants that truly seems to have its act together.
The market sold off on Thursday after close as big hitters, including Amazon, reported earnings.
QSR -- the company behind Burger King -- is a high flyer at a low price, so get in now ... before it's hot.
China-based Alibaba reports quarterly performance Thursday morning. While one might think that an e-commerce type operation could do well in a quarantined environment, it's not quite that easy.
The deals that has been taking place in the industry in the last few years are likely to continue.
Don't assume consumers have lost their taste for plant-based meat substitutes just because they aren't dining at Burger King.
Here's a salute to our best and brightest, who keep this nation's economy -- and our livelihoods -- going strong.
These top picks look appetizing amid solid consumer spending and low unemployment.
WEN boosted its quarterly dividend to 12 cents a share, up from 10 cents, continuing its annual streak of modest dividend increases started in 2012.
We recently added back shares of Chipotle Mexican Grill to the Trifecta Portfolio, and over the weekend there was a very thesis confirming article in Barron's with CEO Brian Niccol: "I think part of the reason it worked so well is we were just goin...
Roger Lipton is a legendary restaurant analyst. (He is also my friend and golf partner.) Here is his latest value added research on Starbucks and Restaurant Brands - combined with his perspective on inflated valuations (e.g., Ulta Beauty and Ollie's...
These stocks and sectors are safe havens, and may even be opportunities.
Better balance sheets and new meatless burger options by big names like Nestle are bearing down on Beyond's growth story.
Overall, expect trading volume, with notable exception of action in specific names reporting earnings, to remain on the light side right through later Wednesday afternoon.
Competition may not be healthy for Beyond Meat's long-term bull case.
They may be too rich now, but they made you rich if you stuck with them.
In times of market turmoil, restaurant stocks can provide a safe haven.
How all this, plus things like the housing market's New Home Sales, are helping support the market.