Jim Cramer says he sees tremendous value in McDonald's stock with a juicy dividend yield of 3.73 percent. He adds that there are many scenarios in which the stock could go higher: if management makes some changes or if an activist gets involved, for example. He says in the meantime you're protected by the yield even with interest rates going higher. McDonald's announced on Monday that its November sales dropped 2.2 percent globally and 4.6 percent in the U.S. But Cramer thinks shares of the fast-food giant could hit a bottom soon. He does not believe McDonald's is a sell here, he says it's a buy.
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