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Bigger is better as the major restaurants dominate the sector.
Closed-end funds provide several benefits to investors over mutual funds.
Only economists and pundits seem to be worried about a pending crash that might never occur.
As usual, the stocks that bounce back first are the tech stocks with little Chinese exposure and the consumer packaged goods that just demonstrated good numbers.
I will very much approach the environment provided (China talks) from the view of the pragmatic. I will trade whatever is in front of me.
A basket of 38 restaurant stocks I track, large and small, are up about 14% year to date.
We have to own that it was a bad day for the bulls and that it's perfectly realistic to expect a few more until the facts get more positive.
Does it not make sense to create a separate portfolio made up of equities that will benefit -- as sick as that sounds -- when an area needs to rebuild?
Expectations for Apple are all over the place.
One interesting facet is the 19.74% ownership stake by Biglari Holdings.
Let's check out the charts and indicators.
Top financial advisors serve up their favorite ideas in the food, drink and dining sectors.
Shares of Dine Brands have surged this year after a rough 2017, while Biglari has slid since creating two classes of stock.
This stock moves fast, so acting on target prices and panic points is essential.
Look for the stock is going to keep running higher, as it's now trading over $90.
* Papa Johns may be the next restaurant stock to be acquired This morning, Inspire Brands, the parent company of Arby's and Buffalo Wild Wings has announced the acquisition of Sonic . The proposed deal is being done at about 15.5x 12-month trailing...
Chipotle Mexican Grill, Noodles & Co. and Dine Brands Global are among the names we're serving up.
Trade war is not deterring these U.S. companies from pushing into China.
The Canada-based restaurant company is focused on a successful franchise model.
I think it is time for the President to set clear, emphatic goals about what he wants.
Analysts and shareholders both put negative news behind them and accentuated the positive for a host of formerly hated stocks.
Go long on strong fundamentals, or try this options strategy.
That is why we love them, even when they are troubled.
The Ritch Allison era is going to be a chip off the old Pat Doyle block.
A potential 'opening up' of North Korea could be a needle mover for these names.