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What do you think about Starbucks (SBUX) - Get Starbucks Corporation Report?-- Roger

Jim Cramer

: I believe the American consumer is doing just fine, and I expect Starbucks to continue growing internationally in the coming years. Starbucks remains one of the best growth stories in the market and I believe the stock goes higher.

Why do you dislike after-hours trading?-- Mark

Jim Cramer

: After-hours trading is more risky because volume is lower and the action is usually news driven, which makes for extremely volatile action. This makes it very easy to make money-losing trades.

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