Companies like Shake Shack make for great conversation, but they're terrible investments.
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The Shake Shack stock price is getting burned for the second day in a row.
And there's a reason why SHAK stock will continue to decline over the long term.
Shake Shack Inc. (NYSE: SHAK) will release its fourth-quarter earnings report after market close today, March 7.
Despite any possible spike in the price, we recommend shorting Shake Shack stock in 2016.
Shake Shack Inc. (NYSE: SHAK) will report fourth-quarter earnings after the bell on Monday, March 7.
If the company surpasses expectations again, the Shake Shack stock price will likely jump in response.
The Shack Shake stock price is up 2.4% today as the Dow and Nasdaq are both up as a whole.
But the SHAK stock price is down 16.76% on the year because Wall Street created an inflated price for early investors through hype.
The Shake Shack stock price is up 17% this week, and investors are wondering if they should buy Shake Shack stock before the rally goes higher.
But there are a few reasons why Shake Shack isn't worth the investment millions of people think it is.
Conventional wisdom is that "rising water raises all boats," but that's not always the case.
Despite October's market rebound, all four of the companies I told you were ripe for failure are down double digits since I brought them to your attention as stocks to short.
The Shake Shack stock price fell 6.6% to $45.26 today after pre-IPO investors decided to sell roughly 26.2 million shares.
The SEC filing states the investors will sell 26.2 million shares worth roughly $1.3 billion.
Shake Shack Inc. (NYSE: SHAK) has become the most successful IPO of 2015.
The Shake Shack stock price skyrocketed 119% in its first day of trading and is up 53.9% since then.
Money Morning Technical Trading Specialist D.R. Barton appeared on CNBC yesterday afternoon, discussing Shake Shack Inc.'s (NYSE: SHAK) strong earnings numbers.
Barton offered some much-needed perspective on the burger chain's success, detailing how the company's underlying fundamentals stack up against competitors like Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. (NYSE: CMG).
The second-ever Shake Shack Inc. (NYSE: SHAK) earnings report came out after the closing bell today (Monday).
The fast-casual burger chain reported better than expected financials in the second quarter.
Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) and Wall Street in general are bullish on this market darling, even after it has already fallen more than 45%.
This is why you definitely don't want to listen to "the herd."
Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald was on CNBC Tuesday, discussing his view of the fundamentals of Shake Shack Inc. (NYSE: SHAK).
While a lot of pundits think that SHAK stock's post-sell-off bump is a sign things are turning around, Keith points out a number of vital reasons why they're wrong.
Morgan Stanley recently shocked investors by claiming that Shake Shack stock (NYSE: SHAK) was too expensive. The investment firm claimed that SHAK offered "brand related optimism that is not supported by fundamentals."
We couldn't agree more.
Shake Shack stock (NYSE: SHAK) is way over-hyped. In fact, it reminds us of another far-too-anticipated stock that met an unfortunate end not long ago.
The particular stock of which we're thinking died off because of a diet fad.