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What is $MCD 's ALL-TIME High today tell us about inflation? maybe we don't want to know...

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I see your recession-proof stock and raise you $MCD

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McDonalds reached its all-time high value

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All red today - but the Hyper Efficient Market has the new cheap workers for MCD and Dominos Pizza already priced in.

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Chipotle (CMG) is fuk. 10 bagger on Oct 28 Puts

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Rite Aid ($400M market cap) generates more annual revenue than McDonalds ($189B market cap)

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Solid earnings and a big dividend, is McDonald's (MCD) worth buying?

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My stock portfolio is down 46% and still going. I’m holding on for dear life. Depression?

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Adding $QSR tomorrow and considering $SBUX

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Thoughts on MCD stock now that it brought back Szechuan Sauce...it begins again

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8.31.2021 $MCD Canada announces the release and official addition to the menu, The $BYND PLT burger 🍔

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$MCD Canada announces $BYND PLT burger Monday. If not fire the marketing team for this spoiler.

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$MCW Mister Car Wash, the Chick-fil-A of car washes

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MCD Thr only thing that'll still be entrenched in 5 years is our obesity rate

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When talking about the market being "expensive," much of that is because of how overvalued the safety stocks that everyone flocked to this year are...Many of those are consumer staples, health insurance companies, select retailers (MCD, WMT, COST), etc.

Mentions:#MCD#WMT#COST

Bought MCD puts cause they got my order wrong

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MCD is largely a franchise operation while CMG runs its stores.

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Well in fairness, it has a few things going for it. It still is growing pretty fast despite food inflation and it looked on the quarter that they got a lot of it under control. Additionally it’s not quite as leveraged to where ag will get hit worst next year. There is still a lot more possibility for store growth, and you do have decreasing expenses in specifically this part of commercial real estate for the last quarter and raw material costs and construction labor gas taken a minor breather. I still think it’s a slight bit expensive here, but it def should trade at a premium to MCD for a bit. MCD has a bit of a tougher time with a wee bit left to deal with post Russia and a mix of restaurant’s in areas slightly harder to deal with rising ag cost. But depends on your horizon.

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The PE is way higher than MCD though.

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And they arent now. You compare MCD to RAD with just revenue, missing a very crucial point that MCD makes money and RAD loses money.

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MCD honestly has to be near the extreme end of their pricing power When puts?

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Double Cheeseburger @ MCD was 2.56 now 2.89 inflation hasn't peaked lol

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Expected growth, I guess. If you compare it to MCD, for example, it's overpriced based on trailing earnings (P/E of 53 compared to 35 for MCD) but the forward valuation is much better (PEG of 1.2 to MCD's 3.3). Very low share count too, which juices demand (27m outstanding shares compared to MCD's 723m). Which of course is incorporated into EPS and, thus, why the forward multiples for CMG are so much better.

Mentions:#MCD#PEG#CMG

Amgen is at 23x, HON at 27x, JNJ at 25x, MCD at 34x, PG at 25x, UNH at 26x. Not saying these are bad companies at all, but they are all trading at a premium to the market. And the DOW is not a random index, these are handpicked stocks. Either way, I am not sure why people are arguing that the Dow is a good measure of the market. No one uses it aside from the financial media because it's a bigger number.

All I want for Christmas is for JPOW to bring back the dollar menu @ $MCD

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I’m very certain that Tesla will not be the MCD of EVs. Others will catch up. That I’m sure of

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MCD gives me the spewing shits...

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PEP and MCD. Price is trading way above FCF, and forecasted earnings growth for next year and the years after are not looking to appealing either. The charts show these things way overextended and overbought, reaching 52 week all time highs.

Mentions:#PEP#MCD#FCF

Well, there's a lot of ways to determine the intrinsic value of a stock. The pe ratio, do they have enough money to cover their short term and long term liabilities, has their dividend increased at a stable rate for the past ten years. Also what their business model is, if they are an established brand or not etc.. Also there are plenty of stocks that pay good dividends to hold long-term like KO, MCD, BBY, HSY, HPQ and more. All of which are good sound businesses. By the way that liquidity argument is very dumb, is apple just going to liquidate out of the blue? is Costco? I don't think you're looking at stocks the right way

Remember that MCD is a real estate company, not a burger company.

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even if the economy is perfect, we'll have a drop. Why? All my favorite stocks have now been labeled "safety plays" and are overpriced or simply on the upper end of the range they trade in. JNJ, CMI, AEP, MCD, CAT, HON, etc. If the economic narrative changes then every is going to presumably move out of safety and I can get bargains again

>Stocks these days give very little dividends ??? By the end of this year I will have collected $41,708.56 in dividends. [https://i.imgur.com/8LqAw3g.jpg](https://i.imgur.com/8LqAw3g.jpg) >As far as I can see, the only point in buying a stock is to sell it to someone else for more money later. Isn't this just a ponzi scheme? No. First you have to understand what a Ponzi scheme is, and what stocks are. >**What Is a Ponzi Scheme?** > >A Ponzi scheme is a fraudulent investing scam *promising high rates of return with little risk to investors.* A Ponzi scheme is a fraudulent investing scam which generates returns for earlier investors with money taken from later investors. This is similar to a pyramid scheme in that both are based on using new investors' funds to pay the earlier backers. > >Both Ponzi schemes and pyramid schemes eventually bottom out when the flood of new investors dries up and there isn't enough money to go around. At that point, the schemes unravel. > >[https://www.investopedia.com/terms/p/ponzischeme.asp](https://www.investopedia.com/terms/p/ponzischeme.asp) A Ponzi scheme takes money from new "investors" and uses it pay "investors" who are already in the scheme. It relies on more and more people joining the scheme to pay the increasing number of people already in the scheme. Eventually they run out of new ~~suckers~~ investors, and scheme collapses. Stocks by contrast are an ownership stake in a business that produces goods and/or services. The goods and/or services are economic activity that produces value. Think of McDonalds (MCD). They make fast food that a lot of people like to eat. Think of Apple (AAPL). They make gadgets that a lot of people want to buy. Waste Management (WM) takes away people's garbage. If the products and/or services are popular with customers. the business brings in more revenue than the cost of producing the goods and/or services. That excess revenue above costs is profits. Profits can be used to expand the business, invest in research and development, buy other businesses, buy back their own stock, or pay directly to shareholders as dividends. If a business is successful and profitable - or if it holds the potential for future profits - people want a piece of that action. They want to own shares of that stock. The shares are sold in the stock market and are subject to the laws of supply and demand. If the people who want to buy the stock can't find enough sellers who want to sell, the price of the stock will be bid up until more people want to sell, and the stock price goes up. If people don't think the company is going to be as successful in the future, or if they just need the money, they will sell their shares. If people who want to sell can't find enough buyers, the price will fall until more buyers appear because the stock is less expensive, and the stock price goes down. If someone buys a stock - or anything else - and is able to sell it in the future for more than they paid for it, that doesn't make it a Ponzi scheme. It means something of actual value has increased in price due to supply and demand.

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Is MCD really that known for being cheap the US? In EU they're not pricing for upper class either but I never heard anyone say "let's go to MCD *because it's cheap*". They charge the roughly the same as any other normal restaurant so if recession hits, people will avoid restaurants at all and not flock to MCD.

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puts on MCD during a recession, clearly a regarded

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It’s not really but the inflated PE indicates that people will be poor and MCD profits will rise

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i could go for some MCD rn, some nugs, McChicken, double cheese burger, large fry, plust a diet coke

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> This has been a global, cross-asset mania, that scales beyond history with a drawn out bleed. Agreed, it is a mania. 9, 10 months into it, people were still piling into stocks clearly on long term downtrends, "buying the dip" which assumes a bottom is near AND the thing will recover hard. Also, never thought I'd see non-growth "safety" stocks get so expensive, like HSY or MCD. Unreal. Sorry but I am not tying up cash for a 2% freaking dividend, you can get that swing trading in a day

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Lots of stocks have done well. MCD is at all-time highs.

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Everyone thinks the market is up because the DOW is green which is UNH & AMGN MCD. All stocks that do ok in bad times. Steam running out. GL but it doesn't look good.

Good lord got out of my MCD calls for even money was only down 95 percent this morn that’s a thxgiving win in my book

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To me personally...if the stock doesn't pay a dividend then it doesn't really have a value. (This is my personal view on owning shares) The speculative stocks can pay out big, how many millionaires were made from the rise of TSLA, MCD, AMZN or any other position? But on the other hand...how many people have lost their ass over speculation? Of course the dividend aristocratics and kings can fail and end their dividends at any time....but their histories speak for themselves...take Reality Income for example..25+ years of consistently paying monthly dividends and giving yearly raises...that cash flow is IMO, valuable.

people think we bottomed because their SOFI is a penny stock yet XOM and MCD is at ATH. Nope your SOFI will become more of a penny stock![img](emote|t5_2th52|4271)

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$MCD 175P was trading around 1.85, almost at parity. Couldn’t help but grab a few there.

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Don’t often trade anything but the indices but today I buy MCD calls thinking I’m a genius and they are dogshit

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People will always bring up KO and or MCD, because they are overpriced, but use those two examples saying the whole market is expensive.

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It's kind of a multiple of factors. They are defensive names, so with fears of a possible recession, people like to hold them. Also, they have pricing power, so they work well in times of inflation. People are buying less for the dividended yield and just more for the safety of the company. Companies like MCD and KO are not going to bankrupt when interest rates go higher as well as they have pricing power. There is always going to be demand for equities as well. Even in the example of being risk free, KO is still up 5% for the YTD as well as up 11% for the one year mark, so that is still beating bond yields when you factor in the the return in the assest. Defensive names will be overvalued until either inflation comes down and the fear of recession goes away. In KO's last earning call: [https://www.fool.com/earnings/call-transcripts/2022/10/25/coca-cola-ko-q3-2022-earnings-call-transcript/](https://www.fool.com/earnings/call-transcripts/2022/10/25/coca-cola-ko-q3-2022-earnings-call-transcript/) >We are spinning our top line and bottom line flywheels faster to fortify our business and manage through many types of environments, and we're investing in the marketplace to create value for our customers and consumers. Given our strong results and the visibility we have for the rest of the year, we are raising guidance for the full year. There's not a ton of companies raising full year guidance in this climate.

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MCD since about 1991. Been collecting dividends since then.

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I am MCpeepeopi. MCD ATH tomorrow

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Guys what is MCD going to do tomorrow. The chart is coiled as hell

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When things like MCD are at 35 P/E...

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Want to see something funny? Look at MCD today 😂. How tf that even possible

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> fast food reit. How have I never heard MCD described this way before. This is hilarious 🤣

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Dividend Growth Stocks $V Visa 💳 $AAPL Apple📱 $HD Home Depot👷🏻‍♂️ $WM Waste Management♻️ $JPM JP Morgan 🏦 $MSFT Microsoft 💻 $COST Costco 🛒 $KO Coca-Cola🥤 $MCD McDonalds 🍔 $JNJ Johnson & Johnson💊 $PG Proctor & Gamble 🧼 $SBUX Starbucks ☕️ How many do you own?

MCD best short this week

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Some great advice here, but nobody has answered the question about what stocks should weather a recession. WMT MCD and PG typically do well in this type of environment.

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MCD ends partnership with BYND starts partnership with Krispy Kreme

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The drive through line at the McDonalds on my evening commute has doubled or tripled in the past year when I see it on my way home each night, MCD?

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MCD about to die 🔪

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dividends are (typically) paid to shareholders directly out of cash reserves. So if a company pays $500m in dividends to shareholders, that's $500m that would otherwise be a part of the intrinsic value of the company. Dividends also are typically taxed as ordinary income, whereas any gains on shares held more than a year are taxed as long-term capital gains at a lower rate, so that's something to consider. I don't like recommending stocks, but here are some dividend-paying companies you've heard of that might be a good way to get your feet wet: $XOM $KO $MMM $CAT $CLX $IBM $JNJ $MCD $TGT $WMT Remember, just because a company has a high dividend yield doesn't mean it's a good investment. Stock price declines can outpace dividend payouts so you need to make sure the business is solid.

MCD ftw 🤘🏼🤘🏼🤘🏼

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I have today bought the following: BASF SE BAS McDonald's MCD Truecaller TRUE-B Precise Biometrics PREC

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KO and MCD. Also, if you don’t mind tobacco, MO, BTI and PM. They will go out of business after your grandchildren’s grandchildren have their own grandchildren

Yes, start applying to MCD today

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McDonald's (MCD) Coke or Pepsi (KO/PEP) Wal-Mart (WMT) Those are some heavy counter-cyclical consumer stocks.

MCD bullish af on Mango lmao

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MCD said same thing, wealthier spending more there while poor spending less

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The supply side just fixed themself while the fed is pushing everyone to work at their local MCD and starbucks

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Why puts on $MCD? I love their food

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Right now im 55% in beaten down tech stocks, 30% cash, 5% in short term random trades and 10% in long term PUTs in $ENPH, $GS, $LLY, $UNH, PEP, $MCD and $DE

I've been following. Many of the DJI names have been crushing. Broadening wedges. Crayawns from this weekend. CAT, DE, MRK, MCD. Even BA was ripping (I have some weekly puts on BA but they're useless atm).

If WMT and MCD are Inflation hedges. Doesn’t bode well for ppi

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This may sound dumb but MCD’s the last 5 years and for sure another 5, BMO and TRP pipelines…AAPL will never leave my portfolio!

They are $1 at MCD

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I thought the draw with MCD is that they do own their real estate?

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https://money.cnn.com/quote/shareholders/shareholders.html?symb=MCD&subView=institutional There's an approximation

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This is a very interesting perspective that I haven’t thought about! Is there a way to figure out what fraction of $MCD shares are owned via index (e.g index funds, ETFs, etc.) I’m interested in reading more about this topic - do you know of any good resources?

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You raise a very good question that few investment professionals contemplate. Indexation has become so large that passive inflows have driven up stock prices regardless of fundamentals. SPY's formula doesn't care that McDonald's is a very low-growth company; it only knows that it's big. Likely as a result of inflows, $MCD is selling for 35x earnings, which is an absurd multiple relative to historic valuation. And that's just one example. Interestingly, the inverse of your question is also true. Many stocks that have fallen out of indices due to size (small caps) or political reasons (fossil fuel) have sunk to multi-decade valuation lows.

Mentions:#SPY#MCD

See also MCD. Negative equity isn’t unusual for this business model, even if wildly successful.

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Look at $COST, $WMT, $PEP, $MCD (All time high!) Boomer stocks are cool again 😎

As much as I'd love to see Elon eat shit for this idiocy, it's just not true that a tweet did this. Look at the entirety of value/defensive sector of the market. It's all down or flat. MRK down 3.8. UNH down 4. AGN down 2. MCD down 1.6. PEP down 2. RTX down 4.5 and the list goes on and none of them were parody tweeted. A lot of these stocks hit high and even all time highs. CPI hit and created short covering in heavily shorted beta names and ignited this rally. Funds are taking profits in the defensive names and switching into high beta names. This happens all the time.

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MCD. Decent in a bull market and decent in a bear market. Gotta eat in a bull market. Gotta eat cheaper in a bear market.

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MCD puts were literally free money and ppl here called me an idiot for it last night

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Somebody give me $10 million so I can live off MCD, VLO, UPS and WMT dividends

Bought MCD puts today cause it was one of the only stocks red. Nobody wants to own that shit, time to die Ronald McDonald

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So as long as you had bought anything yesterday, besides MCD, you would have made bank today. What an absolute clown day.

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Imagine being MCD today... The rest of the market is up 5% and you're stuck wallowing at -0.7%. I guess it makes sense given their mascot is a clown.

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MCD actually red today. People are too rich from this pump to be eating at MCD now.

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Unless you are mcdonalds, in which case you make everything cheap again as long as they can use their MCD app to harvest your data. Genius move. Calls on mcdonalds.

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MCD is near ATHs and has been running up all year as a defensive stock. It won't go up when risk appetite is low and also go up when risk appetite is high. Today is a risk on day. ARKK is up nearly 13%, for example.

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MCD is -1%? RIP McRib

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UNH and MCD, a match made in capitalist heaven

Mentions:#UNH#MCD

Work at MCD. Lost all my money in option trading and taking advice on this forum.

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MCD is at all time highs because people view them as a flight to safety. If inflation is actually beginning to slow, equities with higher risk will fare better.

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MCD dropping a lil too

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MCD out there drilling -0.50% in the greenest day of the past 2 years smh

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I have my real $$ with a broker..just an FYI the last 3 days they have bought MCD. Is the word on the street out the McRib is coming back?

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Ba da ba ba ba my MCD puts printing

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Need a job. MCD still hiring clown to guard the entrance?

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Healthcare is big, energy and industrials have been doing quite well. Some consumer companies like MCD and SBUX have been strong lately. Costco, etc.

Mentions:#MCD#SBUX