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Dine Brands Global, Inc. (DIN)

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    Courtney
    But they’re talking about shutting down another 20 locations. Let’s think about this. Serving a new MTN dew beverage can’t save that.
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    michael
    Will be 150 dollar stock within the next year or year in a half.
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    michael
    With only 17 million shares outstanding I would not be surprised if they give out a special dividend.
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    Aries
    What does any one think about the recent drop of this stock price. Good or bad sign for another shut down looming
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    Ric
    I see IHOP is going to start serving beer and wine. Being introduced in CA and Texas. Will be in other states also. That will push the profits up. Good mark-up and non-perishable
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    Moobyet
    Why drop so much. It has lost its touch!
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    Moobyet
    A complete collapse of the price!
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    Rory
    Hi everyone, I'm new to this board and thinking of getting a 1k shares at this price. Any thoughts on buying now or waiting until after earnings next week?
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    J
    Expect (DIN) to approach the $80 range quickly after shorts jumped in yesterday, moving to 13.36% short of float.

    With restaurant consolidation increasing, Dine Brands Global, great revenue stream, may get a bid initiating a large short squeeze.

    Restaurant Brands International Inc. (QSR) may be a likely company targeting Dine Brands Global (DIN)
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    J
    Dividends coming up, time to buy... but of course they will wait for $40+
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    Robert
    two great days in a row maybe 50 soon.
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    Peter
    $SHAK conversation
    === 07-22-2020 NYC is now the worst place to do business, retailers say. New York City's progress fighting the coronavirus is doing little to help retailers, who say business in the city has become worse than anywhere else in the country.

    National retailers — from SHAKE SHACK, APPLEBEES, and cap seller Lids — say their Big Apple stores are BOUNCING BACK SLOWER THAN EVEN NEIGHBORING STATES like New Jersey and Pennsylvania, which were also hard hit by the coronavirus.

    The problem, sources say, is Manhattan, which used to be teeming with TOURISTS AND COMMUTERS who have largely stayed away since the coronavirus pandemic hit in March. Wealthy Manhattanites also have more resources and flexibility to escape, indefinitely, to greener pastures, like the Hamptons, experts say.

    The city's GHOST-TOWN VIBE has SHAKE SHACK, which runs 162 restaurants in 20 states, reporting that its Big Apple stores will "TAKE A LONGER PERIOD OF TIME TO FULLY RECOVER than other parts of the country."

    The burger chain made the statement on July 7 as it reported that NYC SAME-STORE SALES for the week of July 1 had fallen 58 percent compared to a year earlier — the steepest decline among all its regions. Sales in the chain's Northeast and Southeast stores, by contrast, fell just 24 percent and 32 percent, respectively.

    While Shake Shack didn't mention Manhattan specifically, Zane Tankel, who owns 35 Applebee's in the NY-metro area, told The Post that he's reopened 18 restaurants in neighboring regions, including Brooklyn and Queens. But he SEES NO POINT IN REOPENING HIS TWO MANHATTAN STORES — NOT EVEN FOR CURBSIDE PICKUP.

    "I drive around the city all the time and it was an easy determination to see that there's not enough traffic to open those restaurants," said Tankel, CEO of Apple Metro. Prior to the pandemic, the Manhattan Applebee's were his most productive locations — representing $25 million in revenues. ===
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    Needless to say, SHAK's NYC units have had the highest AUVs and the highest leases / sqft.

    #SHAK $DIN
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    MARTIN
    I am staying in - will go to 75 plus, then 80, etc.
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    Satansmessage
    I think this pops nicely on any good COVID news.
    Vaccine, treatments, ... just about anything.

    I could use a Grand Slam!
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    GURU
    The price of the share is not based on performance or sentiment about its future. The price is directly related to the DOW at this time.
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    J
    This is going to tank. A lot of small franchisees that will go bankrupt. They will not be able to handle the losses of sales they are about to face. Much of their customer base will disappear as virus fears increase and people are out of work not getting paid. This stock could easily be cut in half.
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    buyout of this co would be at a much higher pps imo.
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    Bigbadwolfe
    IHOP Fresh and go is like having a totally new restaurant line.Very different market of traditional IHOPS.It like having a 3rd brand. A brilliant move that will generate significant revenues and profits.
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    Brett Y
    After 13 years of owning this stock, I sold it yesterday for 100% profit.
    Why?
    I don't like Applebees. And I think the focus should have been on IHOP.
    Its a great dividend stock, but that's really not a reason to own this stock. It should be in growth mode.
    Poor SSS for both IHOP and Applebees.
    Bottom line, I just don't eat at these two restaurants and I no longer think there is anything special about this company.
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    jon
    $SHAK conversation
    With covid-19 cases spiking in FL, TX, AZ, and half of US states, I worry for longs in some of the highly exposed restaurant chains, (especially $SHAK but also $RRGB, $DIN, $DRI, $RUTH) that a rapid exit from the reopening trade will mean lots of small investors get hurt. Good luck to all but play it safe with your $$$.