|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 800|
|Day's range||99.50 - 100.87|
|52-week range||70.35 - 115.48|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.94|
|PE ratio (TTM)||32.44|
|Forward dividend & yield||2.12 (2.12%)|
|Ex-dividend date||11 May 2023|
|1y target est||N/A|
Let's look at the three worst performers from the Nasdaq 100 -- an index that monitors the performance of the 100 largest stocks in the Nasdaq Composite -- in May to see if any of them are worth buying. PayPal (NASDAQ: PYPL) was the worst performer on the Nasdaq 100, largely because the digital payments leader is facing challenges on multiple fronts.
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These three companies are all solid, reliable dividend stocks to tide your portfolio over through good times and bad.
If you're looking for some extra income for your portfolio, you might want to consider buying shares of leading brands in their respective markets that have a record of growing their dividend payments. Companies that consistently grow their dividend usually possess profitable business models and a competitive advantage -- a key factor in determining a company's long-term success. Let's see why Starbucks (NASDAQ: SBUX), Williams-Sonoma (NYSE: WSM), and Costco Wholesale (NASDAQ: COST) made the cut of three Motley Fool contributors' dividend stock buy lists.
Recent financial results showed some weaknesses, but the coffee seller's unique menu could still be a long-term winner.
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Starbucks (NASDAQ: SBUX) shares have been on quite the run, rising 45% over the past 12 months (as of this writing). Amidst the uncertain economic environment, Starbucks just posted solid financial results that shareholders can be happy about. Let's look at what's happening with this leading coffeehouse chain to see what investors should do with this top restaurant stock.
Laffer Tengler Investments CEO and CIO Nancy Tengler joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss stocks to buy, including Starbucks, Chipotle, and Tesla, and stocks to avoid, including Disney and CVS.
Although the market doesn't always move in tandem with the economy, as evidenced by a 7% increase in the S&P 500 so far in 2023, it's typically impacted to some degree. The broader market isn't likely to skyrocket while economic volatility continues. Costco Wholesale (NASDAQ: COST), Lululemon Athletica (NASDAQ: LULU), and Starbucks (NASDAQ: SBUX) are three top choices.
Yahoo Finance's Ines Ferre discusses the impact of China's recovery on U.S. consumers, retail sales, and companies, including Starbucks, Disney, and MGM Resorts.
Before Robinhood Markets (NASDAQ: HOOD) came onto the scene with its commission-free stock trades in 2015, most brokers charged commissions in the range of $5 to $10 per trade. Now, investors can get started trading with very small initial investments and build up a portfolio with much less fear of commissions disrupting their investment strategy. This is especially true with the introduction of fractional shares years ago.
Investors did not react positively to Dutch Bros (NYSE: BROS) stock following the release of the company's earnings report for the first quarter of 2022. For all of its problems, the rapid growth is continuing for Dutch Bros. Revenue came in at $197 million, rising 30% versus the first quarter of 2022. Despite rapid revenue growth, Dutch Bros reported a 2% decline in same-store sales.
While the broader market is down since early 2022, McDonald's (NYSE: MCD) stock is setting new highs this year. Let's take a closer look at the fast food chain's operating momentum through early 2023 and determine whether the stock is a buy, sell, or hold at its current valuation. McDonald's has a firm grip on an expanding fast-food industry.
Airbnb (NASDAQ: ABNB), Vita Coco (NASDAQ: COCO), and Dutch Bros (NYSE: BROS) have reported solid growth in recent years, and appear poised to grow much larger in the years to come. Let's see why three Motley Fool contributors see them as magnificent growth stocks you'll want to buy and hold for the long haul. John Ballard (Airbnb): Airbnb's business continues to report solid growth, but the stock is currently trading 21% below its initial public offering price.
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When many people think of great coffee or cold beverages, the first thing that comes to mind is Starbucks (NASDAQ: SBUX). Two billion cups of coffee are consumed each day by around 1 billion coffee drinkers around the world. With nearly 37,000 stores throughout the globe and a $120 billion market capitalization, Starbucks is the biggest coffee chain by far.
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Labor unions on Thursday asked a United Nations agency to investigate whether gaps in U.S. law have allowed Starbucks Corp to allegedly violate the rights of baristas organizing at the coffee chain's cafes, a filing seen by Reuters showed. The complaint to the International Labour Organization (ILO), a U.N. workers' rights watchdog in Geneva, relies on the same set of standards that Starbucks shareholders used in March, when they approved a proposal for an independent review of the company's labor practices. Critics say the company's firing of activists and closing of unionized stores violate ILO principles, which Starbucks explicitly agreed to follow in its 2020 Global Human Rights Statement.
With its shares up by a whopping 200% in the last 12 months, it might be surprising to know that Luckin Coffee (OTC: LKNC.Y) is still trading for less than half its all-time high of $50, which was reached in early 2020. With 9,351 total locations, Luckin is the largest Coffee chain in China. For context, U.S.-based rival Starbucks operates a little over 6,000 stores in China and almost 36,000 globally.
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While there is still a lot of uncertainty in the near term with respect to the markets, investors who have at least 10 years to invest have an enormous advantage at building wealth compared to traders on Wall Street. McDonald's (NYSE: MCD) and Starbucks (NASDAQ: SBUX) are two examples of how just regularly putting money into shares of the top consumer brands can go a long way toward growing your savings for retirement. McDonald's has thousands of restaurants spread across 100 countries.
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