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The stock turned from sluggish to bullish in a very short time.
We lowered the price target on Starbucks, but we'd still buy on a pullback.
Getting near a moderate oversold condition would help.
As earnings wind down, focus is drawn to the Fed and oil. The portfolio adds a new name.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us about nothing and ponders the wisdom of working for a living if it kills you in the end.
Think Coffee is taking New York City by storm.
The coffee mega-chain has announced it will offer almond milk as a non-dairy alternative.
Can pumpkin spice pump up the profits? Here is how investors can benefit from this flavor phenomenon.
Jim Cramer ponders how retail is faring, and how the Valeant probe harkens back to a prior time.
The major indices hit new highs this week as stocks maintained their shine. In the portfolio, we exited 2 positions and added a name.
The Chinese consumer appears to be in better shape than people think and that is positive for companies like Starbucks, says Jim Cramer.
Last month, membership in the loyalty program rose 18%. More than 12 million consumers are participating in the program in the U.S.
As Starbucks' bearish action develops further, a low-risk entry opportunity will soon arrive for patient bulls.
These five big stocks could be about to increase their dividend payments in the coming months.
In its most recent earnings, the company achieved record sales and profits in China.
We went to rural Maine and learned how to make cowboy coffee using egg shells and ground coffee. It was yummy.
The jobs report helps the market end the week on a high note. Two of our portfolio positions get bigger.
For better or for worse, central bank policy has powerful grip over the market.
Starbucks' (SBUX) stock earnings estimates for 2017 and 2018 were lowered at RBC Capital this morning.
You may have a better chance predicting a coin flip than gauging the next move for the U.S. economy.
Few companies have truly impressed me with results.
The company delivered strong growth for both its core business and newer offerings. But transaction costs and heavy spending are preventing it from becoming profitable.
AAP added 300 shares to its position, with SBUX now representing 3.3% of the trust's holdings.