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I would argue that the pandemic has lasted just long enough to wipe out the little guy and let the bigger guys have the run of the joint.
The goal is to find something that will be done no matter what when it comes to people who have more money than they had before and finally some options to do something with it.
The Fed has probably refined what message that it wants to put forth and has sent the minions out to speak its current version of "truth".
Three of the four restaurant operators are worth at least a nibble, but one doesn't look appetizing right now.
I will come back to these names over and over again as we are now in the sweet spot for many.
For starters, Cracker Barrel remains a top candidate.
Remember back in March when I told you not to cower away from great opportunities -- this column shows how you had to be 'in' to profit and where to go from here.
I bet on Texas Roadhouse when it was down and made out well -- now it's time to let go.
The impact of the coronavirus on the cash flow of companies in the restaurant sector is leading to capital-saving moves by several notable names.
If you're tired of stocks that are all hat and no cattle, take a stake now in Texas Roadhouse to pay for the steak you'll eat at the restaurant in the future.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
These top picks look appetizing amid solid consumer spending and low unemployment.
Odds are there will be more to follow, but here's a list of upgrades and downgrades happening here on Friday morning. Upgrades: Boston Beer upgraded to Neutral from Sell at UBS Charter Communications upgraded to Overweight from Sector Weight at Key...
Texas Roadhouse looks like a buy based on its charts while Bloomin' Brands may provide a short opportunity.
After the market close, we have a number of earnings reports coming at us, and one of my standard practices is to make a list as to which companies are reporting, and what's expected. This way, as the results hit the tape, I can perform a quick tria...
In times of market turmoil, restaurant stocks can provide a safe haven.
The 24 names that made the cut of these consistent dividend hikers haven't done a whole lot, either individually or in the aggregate.
Somewhat surprisingly, 24 names made the cut this year, versus 20 last year.
I've built a lot of tracking portfolios over the years, and this one had the lowest variability of returns.
So far, so good, the portfolio is up about 14.5% versus 11% for the S&P Mid Cap 400 Index.
When the dollar is strong, look inward and buy companies that do the lion's share of their business within the U.S.
Here's where to look if the dollar follows a stronger -- or weaker -- scenario.
Apart from big chains, very few restaurant companies have done well.
Several lesser-known banks make my stock screening cut, though higher-profile Snap-on, Tractor Supply and Manpower also are on the list.