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Here are some stocks that will do well amid a U.S. debt default -- and others that stand to get clobbered.
The casual-dining sector is offering a number of stretched valuations, most notably in Red Robin.
Restaurant weakness means more people are cooking at home says Real Money Pro Contributor Chis Versace. Here's how to trade the group.
Red Robin's rich valuation does not seem sustainable under these conditions.
Red Robin fans should consider investing in a nice meal rather than in its shares.
Are consumers having burger fatigue? TheStreet's Laurie Kulikowski and Debra Borchardt say opportunity exists in the gourmet burger niche.
Global growth worries have tempered my view on Freeport-McMoRan and others.
Young people are eating out far less -- though companies that serve homebodies should do well.
Consumers are still hurting, and disposable income remains under pressure.
Prices for corn and soybeans could soar even higher on further weather trouble.
William Slabaugh, Equity Research Analyst at Stephens, names his top restaurant stock picks including Red Robin, Buffalo Wild Wings and Cheesecake Factory.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include Cheesecake Factory, Red Robin and Allergan.
Rising gas prices are set to hurt the casual-dining space, so I'd start backing out.
These four stocks are poised for big moves -- here's how I'm positioning myself into the close.