A Sweetgreen IPO is coming to the New York Stock Exchange. And it's going to be big. Here's why they're calling Sweetgreen the "Starbucks of Salads"…
Imagine buying Starbucks (NASDAQ: SBUX) at $17 a share, or Chipotle (NYSE: CMG) at $22.
Starbucks would have banked you a 552% profit today.
Chipotle now trades for $1,332, so…your investment would have grown 5,954%.
Quarantine showed us what restaurant stocks are most resilient when push comes to shove.
Starbucks dominated the "fast-casual" world, adapting seamlessly to mobile ordering and touch-free service.
Starbucks stock rebounded almost instantly from the big market-wide drop in March.
It's up 70% year over year.
Volatility can play well into the hands of traders.
The best part is that it works whether you are bullish or bearish.
All you need is for stocks to move.
One stock Money Morning’s options trading specialist, Tom Gentile is following right now is ready for a quick move to the upside.
Here’s how you can play Starbucks Inc.
(NASDAQ: SBUX) for profit potential.
Recently, I shared more than 10 low-risk, high-probability trades for cashing in on downside market volatility between now and November and even beyond. Almost all those trades target a double – or better – and none of them risk more than a few cents per share.
But it's easy to capture profits on "upside" volatility, too. To do that, I'm going to share one kind of trade to make on three different stocks. It's just as easy and low-risk as my other trades, but these guys all have a decidedly bullish attitude.
And they're short-term, too. You don't want to wait long to get into these.
Now, everyone knows I'm a rules-based trader, so of course I fed these through my proprietary Money Calendar.
I sure liked what I saw – one of these trades even paid off 100% of the time over the past 10 years.
Here's what I found… Full Story
WeChat is the latest of a long list of companies President Trump’s looking to shut down due to privacy concerns.
That’s why today, our Andrew Keene’s going to show you how you can play this developing situation to not only protect your portfolio, but to also make some profit…
Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) has been in the news this week as over 180 advertisers are boycotting the social media giant.
Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg triggered the exodus last week when he said his company won't monitor hate speech and violence on the platform.
The stock dropped 11% in the two trading days following dropouts from mega-cap companies like Verizon (NYSE: VZ), Unilever (NYSE: UN), Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO), and Starbucks (NYSE: SBUX).
Some analysts expect up to one third of Facebook's total advertisers will join the revolt.
So, what do you do if you own the stock? And is this correction a buying opportunity or time to steer clear?
Luckin Coffee (NASDAQ: LK) shares sank 94% after the company received a delisting notice from the NASDAQ.
Now, several other Chinese companies could be delisted as well. Alibaba (NYSE: BABA) is among them.
The Dow Jones fell more than 300 points this morning after the U.S. Labor Department revealed the number of people seeking unemployment benefits was 10% higher than expected.
Meanwhile, many leading financial pundits are starting to raise concerns about a bigger financial contraction than previously forecasted.
Here's everything moving the Dow today.
Between the pandemic, shutdowns, and the market volatility it all caused, investors have been pouring money into stable income producing investments like REITs.
But not all REITs are equal, so we'll show you the three REITs to buy today.
In fact, they should prosper and grow as the economy reopens in the month ahead.
Investors who use this opportunity to load up on these shares could be looking at massive gains over the next several years.
This includes some retail REITs that are being overlooked by the market right now.