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Starbucks Corporation (SBUX)

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  • S
    As the experts say back below $80.00 we go. See ya there .
  • B
    Remember when the CEO spoke about how they were projecting three years of growth?

    The stock market doesn't 'member.
  • g
    Have you guys ever heard of The picks on there are way better than SBUX
  • R
    Starbucks is closing the downtown New Orleans location because of crime. They have closed 16 locations so far in Portland, Seattle, Washington D.C. and six in Los Angeles over safety concerns. More to come. Seems the more stores they close the better the stock does.
  • L
    My $3k investment in SBUX in 1993 has increased an average of 20%/yr ever since. Today that investment is worth $358,600. I'm letting it ride.
  • T
    Not sure how I ever invested without! Their daily watchlists have helped make me a better trader!
  • J
    Starbucks is finished. Over $5 for a medium sized “coffee”. No one is gonna pay that in a recession.
  • C
    I don't know If there's any other person who wants get to a 100.3
  • S
    They had some interesting insights about SBUX on Definitely made me think twice about the company.
  • B
    Hey, what did I miss? The whole market is sideways and we are up 5%?
  • D
    From SA: "The company expects annual U.S. comp sales of 7-9% from 2023-2025, up from a previous forecast for 4-5%."
    "China comp sales, meanwhile, should grow 4-6% annually over that time frame, with net stores growing 13%."

    With inflation running over 8%, these growth figures look like a public utility!
  • C
    Don't underestimate pumpkin spice drinks!! ;)
    Consumers still have jobs and are still spending $
  • I
    Saw a story about stress for Starbucks employees with complicated drinks and long lines. How about we have robots and automation to make those difficult drinks? I’m sure robots can dispense 2oz of this and 3 oz of that and bring to blender. I guess the employees can bring the finish products to customers.
  • J
    An American icon with lots of pricing power. Great company
  • W
    MASSIVE order are coming in at the close, huge volume. Large institutions on the move again🤑🚀People start selling this stock on the first trading week. As unconcerned a price target of $5. Sell this stock buy Li or BYDDY.
  • F
    Overvalued. Worth about $50
  • o
    WE cannot ignore the law states Lyn Riddle
    Wed, September 14, 2022 at 11:11 AM
    Several Anderson Starbucks workers have been fired and a judge has denied issuing a warrant against workers accused of kidnapping the manager.

    Starbucks said in an emailed statement Wednesday the workers violated company policy by going into the store off Interstate 85 on July 24 when it was closed. The release did not say how many workers were fired.

    Workers voted unanimously to unionize in June.

    “We fully respect our partners’ right to organize but no one, regardless of their interest in a union, is exempt from following the policies that are in place to protect other partners, our customers and the communities we serve,” the Starbucks statement said.

    The workers did not seek or have permission to be in the store, the company said.

    “We cannot ignore blatant violations of policy and practice,” the statement said.

    Spokespeople for the workers or the union could not be reached for comment.

    Meanwhile, Caroline Skeen, spokesperson for the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office, said officers interviewed all the employees who attended a meeting with the store manager on Aug. 1 in which they issued their demands.

    “After talking with all the employees and seeing the TikTok video that an employee posted from the event, none of the allegations were true,” Skeen said. “The employees did not stop her from leaving and did not put their hands on her, which is what the boss reported had happened. She is the one who initiated any kind of contact when she pushed past one of the employees as she was walking out of the door.”

    The TikTok video s
  • K
    strong stock even if the market went down .
  • r
    $100 by next sept. 23. Buy buy.
  • A
    Big supporter of Starbucks.