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What will SBUX do for earnings?

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Rent with $SBUX > Homeownership

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NFLX beat has made me bearish on theatre stocks and SBUX looks like it wants to die.

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Starbucks(SBUX) DCF Analysis

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Input on Portfolio

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Puts on $SBUX is NOT an obvious trade

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Starbucks Calls?

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Hey guys remember me?

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Starbucks has Tendies, calls on SBUX

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Dec 17 $95 Puts on $SBUX?

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$SBUX - Is Starbucks in trouble?

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SBUX workers file more labor complaints with NYC as union goes on largest-ever strike

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Starbucks workers file more labor complaints with NYC as union goes on largest-ever strike - Puts on $SBUX

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It’s time to short Starbucks! Starbucks: slave and child labour found at certified coffee farms in Minas Gerais - Brazil

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Help investing 50k

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Starbucks Jumps 10% on Earnings, Guidance, Major Resistance Levels in Play

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Starbucks beat earnings estimates: US consumer stays resilient, but China pulls back

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List of publicly traded companies supporting illegal Israeli occupation?

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I gave my 10-year-old grandson $500 to invest in September last year. One year later, here’s how his stock picks turned out.

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$SBUX Near Entry Point - Is It A Long Or Short? CPI Will Decide

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$SBUX Near Entry Point

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If I'm short a call am I liable for paying the equalivent amount of the dividend to my broker?

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Anyone else pick up SBUX to enjoy while watching the NVDA earnings?

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Last Christmas I had my 12 year old sister pick stocks and matched what she contributed. Moving forward, I'm deferring all of my stock picks to her.

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First portfolio draft

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Starbucks Q3 EPS $1.00 Beats $0.95 Estimate, Sales $9.17B Miss $9.29B Estimate

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Starbucks Q3 EPS $1.00 Beats $0.95 Estimate, Sales $9.17B Miss $9.29B Estimate

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Inversing woke company boycotters

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Big Earnings week pt 2

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This is why a recession won't happen. Calls on LULU SBUX and ULTA

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TGT - Too Becky To Fail

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Starbucks workers at over 150 stores to go on strike over Pride décor dispute

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What do you all see SBUX price point being this Friday 06/30/23?

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PROFIT Update: NVDA YOLO will it pay off

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Starbucks SBUX - Revenue Generated, by Segment for last 10 quarters.

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Started with $12 last Monday. Bought 2 SPY 410p for Tuesday then started blowing up.

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What are your emerging retail stocks for the future?

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Review my stock choices and let's learn to build a portfolio together!

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2023-05-04 Wrinkle Brain Plays - In the style of Austin Powers

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Day 3: $1500.30 to $1610.09

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Day 3: 1500.30 -> 1610.30

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$SBUX -- How do you think earnings will impact the stock price?

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This is why I'm getting SBUX calls for tonight's Earnings

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#SBUX Straddle/Strangle for earnings.

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$SBUX Earnings Outlook

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Starbucks ($SBUX), Ford ($F), and Apple ($AAPL) lead another busy earnings week.

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Starbucks traffic on uptrend in 2023, analyses indicate (NASDAQ:SBUX)

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2023-04-27 Wrinkle Brain Plays - In the style of Velma Dinkley

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Starbucks weekly put - $SBUX

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SBUX speculation?

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Starbucks union urges strikes as new CEO Narasimhan succeeds Schultz (NASDAQ:SBUX)

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2023-03-10 Wrinkle-brain Plays (Mathematically derived options plays)

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Is SBUX even worth it

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Puts on SBUX and Blackrock?

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Stock market is basically going nowhere for the rest of the year

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$SBUX Starbucks CFO: US demand remains strong despite higher prices

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Hot Stocks: TSLA rises on signs of increased demand; CLX, X climb on earnings; SBUX drops

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Puts on SBUX calls on dunks. Brrrrrrrr

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$SBUX I agree 100%

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[UPDATE] Option Probabilities on SBUX, QCOM, HIG, GILD, F, CLX, AAPL, AMZN, GOOG

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[UPDATE] Option Probabilities on SBUX, QCOM, HIG, GILD, F, CLX, AAPL, AMZN, GOOG

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Option Probability Updates on SBUX, QCOM, HIG, GILD, F, CLX, AAPL, AMZN, GOOGL

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Option Probability Updates on SBUX, QCOM, HIG, GILD, F, CLX, AAPL, AMZN, GOOGL

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Strong resistance at the R1 for $SBUX has forced a lower high. Will there be a lower low to come?

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2023-01-23 Wrinkle-brain Plays (Mathematically derived options plays) DD

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Every time my gf buys coffee at Starbucks, I buy that same amount in SBUX stock. Up 15%

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Who killed Capitalism?

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Recession cancelled or short Consumer Discretionary?

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Recession cancelled or short Consumer Discretionary?

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(12/21) Wednesday's Stock Market Movers & News

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Can I sell my options before the expiration date?

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From Inflation to Recession: Why I am all in on puts

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Starbucks (SBUX) is up 10% after reporting its earnings yesterday that beat estimates on EPS and revenue. Its daily US store traffic also already rebounded 95% from pre-Covid levels despite price increases. Do you think the rally will pursue? Will SBUX reach $95 or above by November 9?

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Earnings Play for 3 Nov 2022!

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Top 30 "Most Efficient" Options Today

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Expected moves this week. SPY, QQQ, AMD, Starbucks, Roku, Draftkings and more

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Any reason why is Starbucks (SBUX) down 6% today?

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Starbucks (SBUX) violated federal law in Kansas and Missouri by firing pro-union employees, a National Labor Relations Board judge ruled yesterday. Do you think SBUX will fall $80 or below by October 21, 2022?

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Luxury retailers rise after strong report from LVMH! Luxury stocks in vogue!?

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Apple Ditches iPhone Production Increase After Demand Falters

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The significance of FedEx's Q1 results

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FedEx lowers expectations FedEx: the canary in the coal mine

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Minimum Wage Will Increase Very Soon

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Starbucks (SBUX) - Dividend Scorecard❗

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Starbucks on Watchlist

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SBUX to the ground

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Time to Long SBUX to the moon?

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Predictions for this weeks earnings?

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HD, CROX, TTD, SPOT, SBUX, AXON, MTCH, HIMS , ODFL, and RKLB are some of my largest non-AI type positions. A few claim to use ai but they aren’t focusing on AI

I guess bought it in 2013 after two weeks in China, where I saw how popular the Apple Stores were. Bought SBUX too, same reason. $15.31 is a pretty nice basis.

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Half my portfolio is INTC and BA. Every gain I've made this year has been almost exactly offset by their current share price and DCA at new lows. My next big play is AMD and SBUX if you want to know what the worst performing stocks for the second half the year are.

Will Core Retail Sales come in soft or HARD Monday? That was pretty bullish for SBUX last month and looking at calls

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SBUX back to 82 soon

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need a SBUX pump 

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📰 [Supreme Court sides with SBUX in case involving union workers](https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/23pdf/23-367_f3b7.pdf). Not seeing much action, though.

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Once SBUX gets volume today, it’s rocketing

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need SBUX to moon to levels not seen since january 

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Got some SBUX 80C for next Friday ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4258)

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TBH I am not should if I should be bullish on the SBUX balls or bullish on the DONUTS with KK. Starbucks has more stores in the US than boba shops and these juice balls are addicting. I am 6 to 8 dollar drinks from fucking SBUX and I hate their shit.

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ILLEGAL LPT REQUEST: Best way to vandalize a public restroom (background info below) >!I went to SBUX (yeah yeah yeah I know my first mistake) and they fucked up my latte I didn't realize until I was too far. Contacted chat and they won't give a refund. They're making me go back to the store and asking me to remake it.!<

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I learned a little bit about bid/ask spreads without of the money SBUX. I promise you selling puts is not the same as buying calls lol

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although margin is way up from price increases SBUX is shedding customers; even if they drop prices they may not recover the customer base quickly enough. My local Starbucks (we now have 2 in our small town) went from literal lines around the building a few years ago to being completely empty most of the time as of today. They are currently focused on speedier service, new products, and promotions while at the same time they acknowledge that they are losing customers to "value players" in China but don't seem to be willing to do anything about it. SBUX is going to tank this year if anything. This is likely a very bad position [https://www.cnn.com/2024/05/01/business/starbucks-earnings-second-quarter-2024/index.html](https://www.cnn.com/2024/05/01/business/starbucks-earnings-second-quarter-2024/index.html)

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SBUX $90 July calls. It’s got support and it’s headed right back up. Starbucks is an institution.

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Since you're new and at the point where you feel like you have to ask that, my only actual piece of advice would be to start out with only very small amounts of money to get your feet wet until you are confident in what you are doing. Investing can mean a lot of things. What is your goal? Growing your wealth fast? Retirement? A stream of dividend income? It's possible that you're "too late" for certain price changes, but this really depends on what you're looking to get out of investing. Unless all you care about is day trading, trying to be early to the party is usually a losing game. Some stocks don't see significant growth until years later while others have their time and get obliterated from being way overvalued. Truly, no one can tell you with any real authority as to what to invest in; you have to ultimately do that yourself by looking for opportunities, investigating them, and using your best judgment. I can, however, share with you my personal strategy, and maybe that will give you some ideas. I am not a financial expert and this is not financial advice. This is just what I am doing. My goals are to retire by my mid 50s but also have a good shot at having plenty of liquid wealth available (i.e. I don't want to lock up too much in a 401k or IRA). At the same time, I am willing to take greater risks than the average person, which is why I am primarily interested in individual stocks and REITs as opposed to ETFs. This is what I typically look for in a stock: - I have to like the company - I have at least a fairly good understanding of the industry the company is in - The company seems well managed - The company has some kind of moat (look this up if you don't yet know what a moat is) - I think the company has a lot of potential for continued growth or consistent dividends - Is this company undervalued? When I first got into investing, I had more of a day trader mindset and was constantly following (what I thought were) trends. This not only became exhausting but lead me to not only making picks that I regretted but panic selling. I was not actually looking for those things I mentioned above, but only for whatever seemed exciting. I would think twice before considering being like the old me. After the shell shock of that buffoonery, I came back and decided to be more methodical and think more fourth dimensionally. I wasn't going to try to outsmart other investors, but just look for stocks that *make sense to me*. I started out by going through the holdings of various ETFs and making a list of only the stocks that I found genuinely interesting. For instance, one of the stocks I chose and still have shares in today is SBUX. Why? Bbecause I've had lots of good experiences hanging out with friends at their coffee shops, I did some research into the business and the industry, they seem well managed, they have several moats, and room to expand their business despite their already established ubiquity. No, it's not the most exciting stock around, but I would rather own a piece of that business than a business I despise like Microsoft, even if the later were more profitable. If I were you, I would go through the process that I did and come up with a list of no more than 10 stocks that you would like to invest in. Look up some ETFs focused on tech sectors, see what their holdings are, do your research, and buy some shares in holdings that you agree with. Of course, you may want to diversify outside of just tech, especially emerging tech. Others may share specific ticker symbols to you, but is their opinion really more valuable than yours? The short answer is, no. No one is more qualified to pick a stock than you are. Speculation is the name of the game. That said, if you ultimately decide that you aren't cut out for picking stocks, there's really nothing wrong in playing it safe and investing in ETFs instead.

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Uber, ZIM, CMG, VST, SBUX

eh. i mean, at least these aren't 0DTEs... so congrats for not going full regard. but as far as "investments" go, SBUX doesn't really have a strong moat and has a history of bad upper management (Schultz has had to come back multiple times to stabilize their shit) i wouldn't be surprised if it ends up trading flat or close to it. i would save up some capital for a roll, just in case

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SBUX gotta start selling flower.

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My SBUX went from 73 to 82, we are fine for now

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My $SBUX yolo is down on premarket. Tempted to add a few more

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SBUX - if we zoom out to the 5 year chart, we can see price support for the stock at approximately the $70-$80 value range with rallies in the interim. SBUX faces uphill challenges, but could have the worst of its sentiment behind it. Orange mocha frappucinos? https://preview.redd.it/vd1lcr28025d1.jpeg?width=1179&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=18b6ce7186462669f8f40baad7cb0ebafa06cc4c

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Bought back worthless SBUX put I sold and with the free margin sold 1dte puts on GEO and SOUN.

if you’re betting on a SBUX collapse, invest in Dutch Bros…

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SBUX baaaaabbyy!!! Calls go brrrrrrrrr

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SBUX heading back to the $90 range. Loaded up on Jan calls!

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Ok but did you check at least 3 SBUX locations and count how many people walked in?

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Idk bout that I’ve been stalking local SBUX stores for 5 months a I believe they’re going to crush earnings

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I sold puts at 80 *because it would be a fucking steal to buy SBUX at 80.*

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Still he was right and will make money. Sometimes, just sometimes, picking stocks is easy. LULU is at the price level of 2020 with dramatically better fundamentals and the cheapest valuation it has ever been. Just down due to guidance and bad sentiments in the retail sectors due to consumer spending and some bad news about the product officer leaving. This is not a Disney situation where the business is bleeding money and the sentiment is trash. This is a healthy and growing company with fantastic profit margins and high double digit grows in China, Europe and Canada. And still single digits in its maturing market in the US, with action plans how to re accelerate growth, unlike many other companies (looking at you SBUX…) Additionally all analysts (with the exception of Jefferies) had a price target above 376$. That was an easy call...

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In other news $BECKY index is strong now that SBUX has been ejected

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Moving forward, personally I wont touch ATH stocks. I dont do well with them. The moment I get jealous by the glitz and glamor and enter, we have a sell off the enxt month, and Im always chasing the market. I now wait for generational sell-offs and I go all in. YOu only need 3- 4 big trades in the year to make substantial wealth. Just my opinion of course. You had google recently FUDed into $130. META selloff to $418. SBUX selloff to $72. Yolo into those stocks and youre golden.

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Mark my words, Becky will rise from ashes. LULU and SBUX leaps

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MCD and SBUX i heard tech would make me rich but idk 

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Food is inelastic but food isn't where inflation is. Inflation is in the branded shit like coke/kellogs/lays, inflation is spikes in beef and folks not switching to beans/fish, inflation is fast food like MCD/SBUX, etcetc Also for those at the very bottom food IS elastic. They rely on SNAP/EBT, get more from free school lunches for kids, are increasingly going to food banks or nonprofits, etcetc.

Always invest in white women. SBUX

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SBUX about to shrek dick?

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market so sad MCD and SBUX are the only things holding my port together

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I was at the mall earlier and I saw an SBUX across from an AAPL store which was next to a LULU. Was it a sign to put money into things white girls like?

$BROS is a much better buy. They can expand for 10 years straight without being as oversaturated as SBUX is now. Plus better company culture and products. Sbux reminds me of Intel

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SBUX is a sinking ship

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$SBUX is betting its future growth on China market. If this is $SBUX’s long-term strategy, $SBUX is definitely an underperforming stock for the foreseeable future. This sector in China is more competitive than the EV sector.

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All these negative comments just trying to push BROs instead is giving me the confidence to wanna double down on my SBUX calls

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SBUX was a buy at 68/70 we ran that up like 2wks ago.... We have an 83 target give or take and over 83 it'll fill the gap.

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I agree with you. SBUX isn’t going to shift existing boba lovers away from their regular, at least not in quantity. What they’re betting on is a new class of drink entirely, loved by starbuck’s existing clientele, which is probably generally speaking not huge into boba atm.

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yeah SBUX seems really cheap right now

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Chinese drink teas. Puts on SBUX.

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From a fundamental perspective, their last ER was a disaster and guidance suggested that it may get worse before it gets better. From a technical perspective, yes it's been beaten down into a price that people are seeing as value right now. I guess the question is do you think you'll get better returns than the S and P? One thing that SBUX has going for it, is wallstreet is rotating into big defensive stocks right now, and the Dow has been doing very well. I'd almost consider this a better swing trade candidate until growth stocks retake leadership. I'd be hesitant to own because these big box, brand names can remain rangebound for years.

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Just another drink on the menu to meet existing customers' evolving preferences, that hardly translates to financial growth. That said, I made a fair bit on SBUX after the corona plummet, knowing that had to be temporary, whereas now feels more like a correction.

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I worry that Starbucks is too reliant on China. They have doubled their footprint there in recent years, and are facing diminishing returns. There is always the risk of Starbucks being targeted by the government as retaliation for tariffs, but the immediate problem is cheaper competition as the Chinese consumer continues to cut back on discretionary spending. My guess is that some of the recent downturn in the US and Canada is due to Gaza boycotts (because Howard Schultz is Jewish?), but even if that is temporary, there seems to be softening of demand. I don't know if bubble tea will move the needle. It seems like the market is saturated. Position: 727 shares of SBUX purchased between 2010-2014

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SBUX CEO is stupid as fuck. When they boot him, I will put money again on the company. He managed to angry pro palestinians and pro israel and also tried to sell coffee with olive oil (that shit did not work...)

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SBUX will keep tanking, lots of concern with Genocide funding. Next issue is it is an expensive habit, one people can legally DIY at home. It is no longer trendy. Technically, once you try non-sbux coffee, the sbux flavor tastes like burnt coffee. Too many locations and overhead is too high. They will need to close down shops and control labor costs if they want to do well. Machines are already handling the order side. Some fast food places are using machines to make the food (no workers). Beverages are easy to customize and they can do a more consistent "build" of the product. You will also be able to have a smaller store front/kiosk style. You might even be able to run them 24/7 machine run.

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I sold SBUX a few months ago, mainly due to the fact that they are constantly being boycotted for numerous reasons by several different groups several. I made some money on it and am not ready to jump back in yet.

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NOPE! The consumer spoke by cutting back on $5 latest when they went to $6 or $7. Sbux is no longer a convenience middle class luxury item. It now falls under unnecessary discretionary expense. People are choosing to make coffee from home now and save $70/week. You can't raise prices due to increases commodity costs and wage inflation and expected to keep 100% of your customer base. What SBUX is losing in customer base cannot be recovered by trying to increase margins at the register. Bearish on SBUX for at least 12 months. Even if interest rates goes down which it won't it won't have any bullish trend for sbux.

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850 stores compared to 17,000 for SBUX. If OP thinks SBUX is on for the rebound, there is a ton of room for BROS to expand. It’ll be a significant outpacing if you compare growth metrics. BROS is up 12.5% YTD SBUX is down 16% YTD

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My average is $72.25, so if we get another dip I’ll be taking another sip. I’m bullish on SBUX long-term, but the current ceo drama needs to level out before it settles down I think.

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While their sandwiches are small and expensive. They're still tasty, but their coffee is just good. I like how they turned around and support their baristas more. Bullish on SBUX.

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I’ve traded SBUX on hard sell-offs. I like the growth prospects of BROS more.

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Did you see there summer ad campaign? They are trying too hard to be hip and cool again - clear sign that people have moved on. I think SBUX is a buy and they will eventually get their mojo back, but thats a long hill to climb…Id rather be loading up on BROS for the growth

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This makes me bullish on Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk. Boba drinks have a lot of calories in order to taste very good. This means SBUX will make ready availability of high bolus glucose drinks! Woo hoot!

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SBUX is definitely a buy ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4276)

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I think SBUX is out of fashion. The people I know typically choose not to go to SBUX for coffee.

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To put concrete numbers around this, SBUX does not have $78 strike in January but the closest would be $80. The premium last traded at $10.50. In other word you would pay $1,050 for one call option. To break even on this call as an actual investment, SBUX would have to move to at least $90.50 to start making money. Of course if it moves up very fast from here you could make a lot... Options have intrinsic value (difference of price and strike) but also extrinsic value which basically represents the potential for more upside. But SBUX is a very high risk business right now. Maybe not the best place to start dabbling in options.

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Thanks for your feedback. I just took SBUX as an example I am more looking at ULTA or LULU calls. Agree with you on SBUX, Management is really fucked up at the moment.

Buy ITM SPY calls far out in date like January instead. SBUX is shit for now unless they can prove they truly have their problems under control.

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I made $700k last year, and I’m not spending $7 on your sugar water. Very less so at $11. SBUX to zero.

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Bullish on SBUX and BROs

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You are right maybe I have a wrong image of SBUX because of my personal experience with the brand.

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I’m guessing their change in store size and interior design is part of their growth plan. This may sound crazy but I saw a MCD commercial recently that was filmed circa 1960s and the restaurant reminded me of a Starbucks from 90s/early2000s. Starbucks will likely continue becoming more corporate, plastic, and simply a mass producer of coffee drinks rather than a sit down establishment of high coffee culture (which it already isn’t) in order to drive shareholder value, just as McDonalds did. Disclosures: I’m long SBUX and a frequent customer.

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My point is that you say "there is no real room to expand" when everything (even your link) shows the opposite. SBUX is poised to double their stores in China by 2025. They claim that they want to open 8 stores every day until 2030 (which would equate to a \~37% increase in stores based on 2023 numbers). They may already be in most markets, but that definitely doesn't mean that they are saturated in those markets. The question to be asking is, "is there enough demand for all this growth?" Maybe, maybe not. You can ask the same question for CMG, BROS, WING and CAVA. It's not a great economic environment to be aggressively expanding in, either. I'd wager that the latter three will end up regretting their decisions.

Why are stupid people broke? Because they spent 50% of their paycheck on SBUX. Bullish.

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Disclosures: I’m massively long SBUX. Basis 83. Most of the long positioning was being assigned early on short puts. Was happy to get long there but I was surprised and wasn’t expecting such a punishment after ER last month. I’m almost even in P&Ls and am comfortable with the position currently. What I do worry about, however, is employee satisfaction. From what I can tell, admin *thinks* they treat employees well. They do have good pay and other comp IMO. Baristas start at 18-19$/hour and they have an excellent 401k match that is managed by Fidelity, and all employees have option to purchase SBUX at discount from payroll deduction. That being said, they seem to be unhappy. Every time I’m in a shop they are super friendly, but looking a r/Starbucks they seem to be pretty overwhelmed, understaffed, and stressed. (Some of this has to do with customers being complete assholes). I think SBUX needs to fix that. But otherwise I don’t see the drop off in customers and “empty” cafes that other commenters are mentioning. All my local cafes (I commonly patronize three in my city) are pretty busy. I hope you’re right that various new drink options will spark increased numbers. But I hope it doesn’t lead to attrition of stressed employees.

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I bought it at the dip because of this… what I see every day. Wife drinks SBUX like 5 times a week and I pick it up once or twice a week. The fucking line is half an hour some days… and this is with people cutting back on discretionary spending.

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SBUX has plenty of room to expand, just not inside the US. Half of the reason why their stock hasn't been performing well over past couple years is that their China segment isn't doing well. IF they can figure out how to balance their expansion efforts and prevent same-store sales from dropping, the stock will do well over the long run. The problem is that nobody besides Schultz seems capable of doing that.

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SBUX problem is they need China business to grow and the Chinese no longer willing to pay premium price for sbux coffee. Unlike the US, Starbucks in China is a premium offering, much more expensive than local Chinese cafes and a place where you take your dates to impress her. With the state of Chinese economy and high youth unemployment rate, who has the money for Starbucks.

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Most of the restaurant industry looks reasonably valued right now. Inflation pressure on labor costs is easing, and a lot of the companies have been in a cyclical slump. SBUX is one, and at historical trend support levels.

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Good recommendation- Im from Oregon, so I am very familiar with this company and the younger generation prefers Bros > SBUX. Their overhead is lower for Bros as they don’t have any brick and mortar shops, which are rather expensive from a leasing perspective. They also just had leadership change and are expanding exponentially across America.

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TL;dr:  OP went to Cambodia so you should buy SBUX. 

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McDonald's tore down a whole store and are replacing it with a new McCoffee place? Starbucks is exactly 1 Big Mac Throw away being directly across a small side street. Puts on SBUX

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SBUX was a buy years ago when it was a growth company- compounding stores and margins. Now they are satiated in most markets and face ever growing competition. What catalyst is going to push them back into growth mode? I don’t see one easily or coming soon. Not saying they will go away- but they could simply stagnate as a company and stock price may go sideways for years- until something happens one way or another.

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Agreen I bought some and will buy more. The competition for SBUX is just becoming stronger and there is no real room to expand. BROS is the way to go.

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If you think SBUX is a buy, go for BROS. Bros is 30 years old, and only went public in 2021. They have been growing their store count by 20% annually since their ipo, and most of the stores are not franchises. Their stated goal is 4,000 stores, and they’re currently around 800-850. Huge growth, and did I mention profitable?

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in that case calls on SBUX as well ![img](emote|t5_2th52|8882)

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My wife and I get our usual coffee's at SBUX when we are traveling. It's a break from making our own. It's fine, the people are usually friendly, the drinks are ok, the lines aren't that bad when you go inside, the prices are pretty high though. At home we buy the Ruta Maya Organic Dark Roast Coffee, 5 lbs from Costco: [https://www.costco.com/ruta-maya-organic-dark-roast-coffee%2c-5-lbs.product.100041391.html](https://www.costco.com/ruta-maya-organic-dark-roast-coffee%2c-5-lbs.product.100041391.html) We have an average blade grinder you can buy from the usual home store kinds of places. [https://www.walmart.com/ip/Cuisinart-12-Cup-Coffee-Bar-Coffee-Grinder-Black-DCG-20BKN/26954889](https://www.walmart.com/ip/Cuisinart-12-Cup-Coffee-Bar-Coffee-Grinder-Black-DCG-20BKN/26954889) And we use a standard AeroPress. [https://aeropress.com/products/aeropress-coffee-maker](https://aeropress.com/products/aeropress-coffee-maker) I know everyone's tastes are different, but this works fine for us. I've been studying r/espresso trying to find a combination of espresso machine features and price and all the paraphernalia you need to do it, to try and learn how to make my own espresso's at home. I just haven't settled on a good combination yet. I don't want to buy junk and I don't want to over pay for something too fancy, just a nice functional utilitarian espresso machine.

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All the DD I need. SBUX calls loaded up

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Great job on the returns. I just started trading a few months ago and am doing something similar with the majority of my portfolio. Basically buying big dips after they settle a bit. I got SBUX at $75, CVS at $55, BA at $167.17, DLO at $9.62 and DV at $18.92. My question is what's your exit strategy? Are you holding long term or selling off after a profit? Right now mine just feels like I'm going off my gut. SBUX and CVS I don't want to hold past their next earnings and will probably sell at +10-15%. DLO and DV seem riskier so I'd be happy with +5%. BA tempts me. I could hold and wait out the news or sell and buy with the dips.