|Day Low/High||31.64 / 33.81|
|52 Wk Low/High||14.52 / 45.24|
There's a very good reason why so many clamor for these stocks.
Cheesecake Factory's situation can offer good returns for conservative buy/write combinations.
Stocks rebound from a two-day selloff and the Dow Jones Industrial Average sets a new intraday record.
Not every retailer is going away, and some are bargains at the moment.
Recently Bobby Lang took a position in Cheesecake Factory calls. (I believe he subsequently sold the position). This morning my good pal (and golf partner) Roger Lipton, who is among the best restaurant analysts in Wall Street history, commented o...
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Let's see what's hot on the charts right now: Herbalife The controversial retailer of nutritional products has just broken out of a cup-with-handle pattern. In doing so, Herbalife managed to close above its 200-day moving average (red) for the first...
Now that Cheesecake Factory's consolidation phase has ended, expect it to continue to rise.
After the election passes we are going to talk about companies again -- and these have done well.
Posting results 'not as a bad as we thought' has become a successful strategy. It worked for Bristol.
For each positive aspect of the company, there seems to be an equal and opposite negative.
One indicator recently flashed a buy signal from a deeply oversold level.
In the week ahead, markets will be closed on Monday for the President's Day holiday, but the rest of the week is filled with earnings.
In the wake of Volkswagen-induced euro weakness, these 'home-cooked' names are appetizing.
How did I do in the recent market madness? Hint: It ain't pretty.
What do the charts of some fast food restaurants tell us about the Industry?
The food sector still shows relative strength and decent setups.
Charts of Red Robin, Texas Roadhouse and Cheesecake Factory look appetizing.