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On Wednesday, November 9, investors will grapple with the aftermath of Tuesday's presidential election, while parsing various earnings reports.
But these catalysts could help the fast-food chain's surge.
A look at technicals for Shake Shack and Wendy's,
For the week of November 7, all eyes will be on Tuesday's presidential election.
A bad quarter may only strengthen the activist's hand.
"And when I see the sign that points one way The lot we used to pass by every day Just walk away Renee You won't see me follow you back home The empty sidewalks on my block are not the same You're not to blame." -- Left Banke, Walk Away Renee Renee ...
Today, I'm joining the rogue's gallery -- I'm shorting Disney.
It may be a second-tier brand, but it is still a profitable one that also happens to be asset-rich.
Technical signs and the potential for a big holiday season make the former go-go stock a name to buy.
The gourmet burger chain's stock is ahead of itself and priced for near-perfection in a sector that is overvalued.
One is priced for perfection, the other for the scrap heap.
Shake Shack is overvalued and the level of skepticism about its shares on Wall Street is rising, said TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
Valeant can't seem to be able to escape the controversy surrounding a former partnership.
Oil prices are trying to rebound despite the IEA cutting its demand forecast.
Shake Shack posted second quarter earnings of $0.14 a share on revenue of $66.5 million. Analysts were looking for profits of $0.13 a share on sales of $63.11 million.
This has been an odd name in terms of earnings reaction.
Earnings will be in focus on Wednesday, August 9, with Ralph Lauren and Shake Shack reporting quarterly results.
Shake Shack shares haven't fallen enough for Jim Cramer, who says the company still has too big of a market cap.
The charts are flashing a tasty rise, but the fundamentals are not so sweet.
The inevitable fast food price hikes that would follow jumps in labor costs may send people back to eating at home.
With all due respect to Fed watchers, it should be a stock picker's delight this week.
The major chains are beating the S&P 500, but SHAK and others lag.
Despite Wall Street's doubts, it should be a core portfolio holding.
U.S. stocks fluctuated as an impressive read on April retail sales countered a recent run of disappointing earnings from retailers.
Weak retail earnings results also continue to weigh on the market.