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-83.33% Today

Volume

$12M

Avg Volume

$13M

Market Cap

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52 Week High

$126.32

52 Week Low

$94.41

Day High

$98.64

Day Low

$94.92

Previous Close

$97.01

7 Days Mentions

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Hated their fucking coffee from the beginning, $SBUX puts unrealized gains

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The Nasdaq is in a 10% correction. What have you been buying? Long or Short

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Starbucks in Shenzhen Airport, China. Feels like they are not selling coffee, they are selling magic potion. Go $SBUX

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SBUX whats happening

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SBUX whats happening

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Time to short SBUX

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For January 7th

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Looking back on my first year of investing. That cult around certain stocks like AMC and GME was weird.

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No one cheats death.

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Portfolio of Companies You Actually Use

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Here is a Market Recap for today Tuesday, Dec 21, 2021. Please enjoy!

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Here is a Market Recap for today Tuesday, Dec 21, 2021. Please enjoy!

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For December 17th

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In the short run, the market is a voting machine but in the long run, it is a weighing machine.

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SBUX is currently about to be in the eyes of the classic textbook "cartoon fat man seeing a burger and being surprised" be ready for a bump.

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SBUX Is down over 2%. Easy tendies.

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I learned options and unlocked the green vertical lines... (F, SBUX, PLUG, FCEL)

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Two Potential Swing Trades for Next Week

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SBUX and PFE - Two Trades for New Week

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DNUT ~ The fated trade; an insider train to tendie town

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https://www.benzinga.com/news/21/11/23838725/stock-wars-starbucks-vs-coffee-holding-co

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2k-32k this week, I’d like to thank daddy Zillow and mommy SBUX for shitting the bed on earnings.

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2k-32k this week, I’d like to thank my daddy Zillow and mommy SBUX for shitting the bed on earnings.

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Ideas for regular income selling puts / playing the wheel

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After $BBBY partnership with Kroger, I feel like I am missing out on investment opportunities. How do you get the best idea of what companies to invest in?

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Shorting Starbux!!

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Shorting SBUX!!!

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This is how you know a stonk is gonna run big. Even the Beckys at SBUX are buying into $PROG. Twice daily caffeine fix and stonk plays. Found this at their post it note graffiti board in a small town in the Midwest.

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Dec 17 pumpkin spice thesis bull put spread SBUX loser management

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Double check my history of calls in my profile if you have to but I’m telling you all. BUY SBUX(STARBUCKS) now!!

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For October 29th

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SBUX unions talks and 5% after hours drop. Would this be a good option opportunity? Thoughts?

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SBUX union discussion and after hours drop. Would this be a good option opportunity?

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Starbucks earnings, market is not happy

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Starbucks EPS in-line, misses on revenue

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Mid-Day Market Minute

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$BROS: Coffee Hotter than $SBUX

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SBUX partner W/ NFLX on series

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StarBux Baby

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StarBuxx Baby

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Is investopedia wrong or am I missing something here?

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Will LKNCY will be Second Starbukks?

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BROS >= SBUX in <= 10 years

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Weekly Options Potentials

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$SBUX Pumpkin Spice gonna make me some $$$$. Thank you White Girls.

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SBUX $25k YOLO. My PSL position is finally starting to turn around

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Stocks with the biggest change in sentiment in the news over the last week (8/22 - 8/25)

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SBUX: not volatile enough for a put credit spread?

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Thoughts on Starbucks (SBUX)

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Help/advice please

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SBUX going to make your some Bucks

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Pumpkin spice syrup is in stock. Long $SBUX

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Stocks with the most optimistic sentiment in this weekend's news coverage

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Thanks $SBUX

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Good thing I bought a couple $126 $SBUX Calls this morning

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Besides EPS and Revenue, what other ways do you decide what to buy before earnings?

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SBUX massive earnings beat not priced in

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Some big mover earnings next week. $AAPL, $TSLA, $SBUX, $GOOGL, $AMD..... It's a big week, let's talk strategy folks

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125% Gain on SBUX calls

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Coffee futures up 31% this week as drought hits Brazil

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[DD] Recovery is not priced in. $SQ, $FB, $GOOGL, $V, $PYPL, $TTD, $SBUX, $AMZN, $ROKU

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Why is Starbucks priced like a tech company?

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$SBUX to da moon? 🥤🚀🌚

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Starbucks (SBUX): Solid or Shaky?

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Bearish Case on Starbucks

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ADSK and SBUX calls

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Buying leaps ONLY as a strategy

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Three reasons I'm bullish on SBUX staying above 109 by expiration.

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What stocks do you hate but they make money anyway?

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$SBUX Puts (massive summer product shortage)

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SBUX Breakout Soon? Analysis

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Supply chain issues SBUX

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I think that $SBUX is behind our recent success. I am long $SBUX... Here's why.

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$DPWW

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“Disappointing but hopeful” stocks you hold

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Watchlist For 5/17/2021

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1 years ago I yolo'd my life savings in SBUX. Hookered ever since. Due your DD and pictures (man ape here)

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Why SBUX, KDP, QSR are all FUCKED. The End of Coffee from a Guy Who Drinks a Lot of It.

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Why hasn't Robinhood still not received any form of punishment/fine when they restricted the buying on 50 different stocks back in January?

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Lost a lot on $SBUX today. Should I buy the dip? Any chance it will go back up next week?

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Advice on growing my portfolio and anything I could be doing different?

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The future of SBUX: Long term growth? Is it a buy?

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The future of SBUX: does it have growth potential? What is a good buy?

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Don't use eToro to purchase GME if you want to own them and contribute...

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Do I pay interest on margin held from selling puts?

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$SBUX with a strong setup

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New trader here. My WATCHLIST has Solar Energy, Cannabis, Biotech, Medicine, Video Games. Sharing now before my mind corrupted. I buy: AMC, UWMC, RKT, SBUX, TSLA, PCRFY, GM. I use Schwab. My bro started with GME, did options on AMC w/ Ameritrade... Waiting for COIN warrant/IPO..*poof* mind corrupted

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$OSK (Oshkosh) to Infinity and Beyond (Part 2) 🚀🚀🚀

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BA crashing and burning. Bad news re: china developments for them, no orders coming through. cramer did mention NKE, SBUX, and...someone else as being allowed to operate there (china) calls on them!

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Went to TJ Maxx and got some GME, AMC, SBUX and NOK from the clearance pile in the back

Like the upside for SBUX here. Just getting back to Jan 2021 price is about 10% upside.

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HOOD not having a cost basis tool and tax docs on time got me to leave that place more than trade restrictions on GM or SBUX for one day

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Stocks of brands that girls named Becky buy: SBUX, LULU, AAPL, PINS, CMG, TGT, SG… On and on

Microsoft does seem like much better value than PepsiCo and Proctor. Yeah theres a bunch of companies I just don't understand the high multiples right now. Like how do you buy MCD CMG or SBUX at 27 when msft is 32. Cloud growth will probably surpass any food growth sales growth.

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$SBUX vaccine mandate media attention grab bullish AF

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Anyone thinking about loading up SBUX if it dips below $90? I quite like the dividend growth but don't know about debt and unionizing effects.. Thinking about getting more MSFT as well!

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Puts on SBUX, America runs on Dunkin!

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RAGE!!! *starts to head-bang and drink a $8 Frappicino to stablize SBUX*

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SBUX is a buy. Becky don't care about Russia or inflation she only wants her latte

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Moves for tomorrow I hope my RIVN SBUX and PTON puts print

Probably the best advice today. I'm kicking myself for buying some calls last week on a dip of Starbucks ($SBUX) cause they post earnings 2/1. My calls are up today but still out of the money and one expires this week.

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SBUX was the true hedge against the sell off. My contracts have been in the same area since spy 440+

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puts on SBUX guys

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they need the labor, big shortage, store closings, I'm surprised SBUX isn't down more

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I only have AMAT and SBUX calls, so I'm actually green. So diamond hands for me

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Came from a middle class family. My memories were that we were always living paycheck to paycheck from the 90s especially since we started going to college and dad had lots of expenses. Mom was stay at home. Some notable events that triggered my curiosity to think about investing * Read Rich Dad Poor Dad book in 2002ish - understood the concept of assets and liabilities and the idea of making money work for you. * Watched the stock market boom in 2004 and understood that there's something in there. * Saw a long term stock market chart going up when an insurance sales man tried to sell me insurance. That chart never got out of my mind. Got my first job early in 2005 after graduating in 2004 with no student debt. Initial pay was zero (was really an apprentice) but started getting a stipend in 3 months and they made me full time after five months. Started putting money aside and investing monthly from every paycheck into mutual funds. Started writing a blog in 2005 and within a few months, was making more money through revenue share than my regular job. So was making a good money for a single low-expense single guy. Kept topping up my investments as I had excess cash. Convinced my brother to contribute regularly into the stock market like I did. He started in 2005 but later cashed out in 2008 when the market started acting up and he needed cash for his wedding. He would have been a multimillionaire if he stayed the course. Tried to convince my parents but they didn't grow up knowing anything about investing and thought putting money in the stock market was "gambling" and this was a taboo in our family circles. Was single. Didn't waste money on silly girls and parties. Had fun though. Was focussed on my career. Was a descent saver. Lived on rent by sharing an apartment. Wasn't really perturbed by 2008 crisis as I was young, travelling due to work and didn't really know the mechanics of the economy. Was mainly focussing on my career and my paycheck. Was clueless about the economic crisis and personally felt my job was secure even though I worked at a major asset management firm in 2006 to 2007 and one of the big four banks during the time from 2008 to 2009. I kept topping up if I had excess cash. Didn't really look at price due to my ignorance. I got a bit savy with personal finance after reading a bit - so no debts, no credit card debt etc. I started churning credit cards to pile up points and miles as I learned you could save on flights through airline miles. Since 2010, I never paid for a flight ticket and have made around 75K worth of flights through accumulating points and miles with my family and extended family. Tried to get all the bank sign up cash bonuses I could during those times. I've now stopped that as we have sticky relationships with the banks where we have accounts. By 2010 I started looking at individual stocks. Slowly started buying individual stocks by cashing out mutual funds - bought stocks like DIS, AAPL, DLR, TGT, WMT, MCD, SBUX, COST, V, etc.... still hold these positions. Have had other positions have sold, bought, sold at various times over the years but reduced major selling since 2016. I only sell for rare reasons. Got married in 2011. She didn't make much... just had a stipend as she was still studying. But she was not a spend thrift, was clueless about investing and some $115K in student debt. Her retirement account was all cash. I changed the allocation and started maxing it out. I pretty much took over the finances. We were good at sticking with a budget, regularly saving, investing, no high debt, used tools like Mint to track finances, budget and set goals. Later in 2013, I started using personal capital and added that to the toolset. Kept paying slightly more in student debt so it would reduce principal. My wife finished her studies in 2016 and got a real job in late 2016 and started making 4x of what I was making. Prior to that, I was making 2x of what she was making. We paid off all the student debt, bought a house with 20% cash saved up over the years for a downpayment. Had always kept around 90% of financial assets in stocks. Reaching the million dollar mark in 2018. Right now have a low to mid 7 figure portfolio with 95% of networth in financial assets. 5% in cash. I've taken advantage of every tax advantaged vehicle I can think of since I got married .... IRA & Roth IRA (while it fell under income limits) Texas ORP, 403B, 401Ks, DCPs, 457s, 529s, DAF etc. Been filing my own taxes using software since 2007.

SBUX went down for 6 months straight when I had calls. Now that I don’t? It’s the only thing green. Fuck

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!banbet SBUX $69 6m

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!banbet SBUX $69 5/20/2022

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Of course SBUX is the negative beta stock. Fucker

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SBUX looking juicy great financials and generally resilient against this dip

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does SBUX make money anymore?

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Same here. I had just installed RH and didn't even know what it or any other platforms were the day before. Clicked a random ticker in their default list (SBUX), clickked into options, read their "think it's going up? buy a call! think it's going down? buy a put!" kindergarten BS, so looking at the chart (which had absolutely no TA and I didn't even note the time frame it was for or anything, but nevetheless) it just "looked" to me like it had gone up recently and so will probably go down now? I bought a put. This was the day before the first circuit breakers for 2020. Looking at my put at night, it had gone up $200 already (a 50% gain) and was expiring in 2 weeks, and way OTM, but I didn't even know the implications of that. I just knew some guy made a million bucks on TSLA options so options have a good chance at making a shit ton of money. I saw you can place orders after hours and have them be active once the market opens. 2022 me would have been kicking myself if I'd seen a 12 DTE, 20 delta put go up 50% and I forgot to close it that day. Instead I was thinking "wow it mad $200 bucks in just a few hrs, who knows what'll happen tomorrow" - so just in case, I put in an order to sell this put I bought for $400, yeah, hey market please sell this put for $1500, you know, should it happen to be worth that amount tomorrow. I woke up (west coast time) 2 hours after market open, opened RH to check on the put - it was gone. It had sold. For $1500. I didn't even check to see what had happened to Starbucks or even to the market at all. I went to WSB and saw hella people complaining about not being able to close out positions, something about circuit breakers - my sale went through 10 minutes into market open or so, basically minutes before the circuit breaker. I had no fucking clue what I was doing but I bought a put just before the crash, and out in an order to reap that insane profit *ahead* of the circuit break *while I was fucking asleep* . Needless to say I got a veeeeery false impression of how easy it was to make money trading options. Cue 12 months of frustration trying to repeat that first "hit" of money, until so finally gave up on trying after losing 17k.

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There are 4 types of "expected move" calculations, each have different reasonings behind them. 1. Quick and dirty is you take the straddle ATM of the option closest to the date you want to get the move on...then multiply by 0.86. For example, SBUX is at 96.31, and if you were to buy the 28Jan 96C/96P straddle, it would cost you 3.80....86% of that is 3.26, so the expected move is up or down by 3.26. The reasoning behind this is that market makers are not in the business of giving you "free" multi-directional movement....so if you were to buy the straddle at a cheap price compared to what the MMs expect the move to be, then you would profit without knowing which direction it was going. So the MMs have in their mind a movement of X and they want to profit so they increase it by the next SD, which is about 14% more for the Put Call ratio. This way they have more probability to expire worthless on taking the opposite side of a straddle. 2. Go to yahoo finance or any site that has an option chain and you'll find "implied volatility" as a %....take the ATM percentage, multiply it by the stock price and then multiply by the square root of the ratio of days per year. So for SBUX case, the ATM has a volatility of about 53% on 28Jan (5 DTE), so square root of 5/365 is 0.117, multiplied by 53% is 0.062, multiplied by stock price of 96.31 comes to 5.97. So the expected move is up or down 5.97 for that date. The reasoning for this type is move of an encompassing measurement, mostly out 2SD to capture edges (good for finding short positions) 3. Look at the 0.14 to 0.16 Call delta option strike and subtract the stock price, and you have the third type of expected move. This is much closer to the 1SD because delta has the implied volatility baked in. The reasoning is because it's easier than doing #4 4. The actual black-scholes formula to pop out all the greeks and movements....this is too much work and only institutions need to use it.

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Oh wow, one Green Day after non stop selling. I guess SBUX has negative beta too!! Load up on SBUX as a hedge against economic collapse!

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#Ban Bet Lost /u/incognitotrdr (0/3) made a bet that SBUX would go to 101.0 when it was 97.99 and it did not, so they were banned for a week.

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Depends on which stocks you are talking about. If you are talking about those Cathie Wood style stocks, then I totally agree. But many of the better known stocks have relatively low P/Es historically. Per Morningstar, a few examples: GOOGL: P/E is 25ish, lowest since 2012 MSFT: P/E is 33.11, lowest since 2019, when it was around 30, so it could drop a bit more but it is not crazy overinflated. What about non-tech but not like defensive value? SBUX: P/E is 27, lowest since 2018

Currently DCAing ETSY NFLX AXON TTD SBUX CRWD Looking to maybe add: SPOT PYPL

Not true at all. ELY, WEBR, UA, VSCO, SBUX all green on the day. Even some meme's ended green.

I feel as much scorn for SBUX as conservatives when they took Jesus off the Christmas cup. Fuck you you green piece of shit

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I could have thrown a dart blindfolded at any stock today and bought puts for a nice bag. But of course I chose the one stock green for no explicable reason, SBUX. Fuck you and your coffee 😂

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P/Es: MCD: 26 SBUX: 27 NFLX: 60 prior to drop Way to miss the whole point.

Na playa SBUX is a hedge on inflation /s

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Algos keeping SBUX above 97 are the bane of my existence

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SBUX still being green is absolutely mind blowing to me

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Can SBUX have a PTON level news break? Thanks.

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Still holding the line on SBUX 0DTE puts.. this fucker is going red I can feel it in my plums

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INTC, LOW, SBUX, TGT (off the lows, martingale y'all) all killed it for me. but I'm not satisfied.

who wants to buy my $115 SBUX calls?

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SBUX killing it, pretty bullish for consumer stocks

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SBUX CALLS 💪🏾💪🏾 under 100 is a steal. Lines stay packed

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Not working on SBUX yet

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SBUX green is a fakeout.. loaded 0DTE puts for the potential 10 bagger

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When I look through the carnage of crashed fantasy expectations, the stocks closest to real-world valuations now are -- MRNA, SBUX, and ZTS

TGT, SBUX, LOW buy the dip

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only a small long position entering this morning, mostly SBUX, I'm looking for extremes to buy the dip on, perhaps at 10 am, as I expect the intraday drawdown to be sharp. I'm bullish on INTC due to news, LOW due to wtf 5% down yesterday(?), ABNB due to "what else are we going to buy" (risk with valuation), and BABA because it ended green yesterday, and the positive china news re rate cuts, although that in and of itself is also a bearish call on their economy. I wish I was short, but I'm not.

At the end of your trade (once you sell or next Friday) you should do a new post to show the final result. Personally I've had to many times where I got greedy and took something I was up several hundred percent close to expiration and then it went to zero so my advice would be to take your profit and sell (if it's good enough for a screenshot...). But you might know better... As I mentioned earnings are coming up (2/1) so it might be exciting, of course there could be no move as SBUX is not exciting compare to a high growth tech company. &#x200B; A few minuses for Starbucks: \- Coffee commodities are through the roof the past 3 months \- Many stores are cutting hours due to short staff - could cut sales below exceptions \- Overall market fear right now &#x200B; Pluses \- Many stores are busier than ever - revenue might surprise on the upside \- People are even having fun posting crazy Starbucks orders on TikTok (each crazy drink might drive more traffic but it provides them free advertising and possibly more traffic). \- Dip buyers looking for quick profit once it bounces To me it's a coin flip but other people study this more. For me personally the stock is down 9 days in a row and has many oversold indicators so I watch and wait. Feels like it could go to 90 or lower before earnings or back to 100. 300% is not 1000% but still 300% is 300% if you close out in time.

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SBUX fits right in there

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Stop going to SBUX. Most of their coffees are not very good.

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The good news is that this news reminded me to check Starbucks. SBUX is looking oversold right now.

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SBUX with a small position 3 months out, but it's getting destroyed to say the least. LULU shares but not options because I haven't really been following the share price.

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Been steady loading SBUX and losing money. We need to get the Becky's back outside and off OFs bro

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Starbucks $SBUX is on a huge dip right now (close to 52-week low). Earnings are coming up so it's risky but soon this will probably get a nice bump up.

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$becky's SBUX shares are spiking

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Not to brag, but I'm literally moving the bid/ask on SBUX myself it seems. why don't the MMs want my money man?

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So buying the dip again🤣 SBUX, RBLX, PLTR, NVDA, AMD

looking for a nearby low in SBUX around 97.30s for an afternoon position

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Not sure if PTON is still viable in my “basic bitch” portfolio… SBUX, TARG and LULU

Thinking about getting some SBUX leaps

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My BECKY index is in triple bear-market territory. Even SBUX has lost its foam

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Probably sounds generic but AT&T calls, UNH calls, SBUX calls and MA puts seems like an obvious play

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Oh BTW, don’t forget to buy SBUX.

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>Block Trade: $SBUX 1.5M @ $98.25 below bid of 98.32 ^\*Walter ^Bloomberg ^[@DeItaone](http://twitter.com/DeItaone) ^at ^2022-01-20 ^12:29:19 ^EST-0500

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Is now a good time to buy SBUX? Will it dip much lower than where it is?

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Is now a good time to buy SBUX? Will it get much lower?

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Why is SBUX so oversold

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SBUX looks prime to me

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It was a big news story yesterday when SBUX announced they would not have mandatory vaccination for their employees. That could hurt them further.

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$SBUX should remove the B from their ticker, $SUX ha! got ‘em, but seriously they fucking suck

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In Parnassus Core as well. This is my RH currently: $VIT - 25% $AAPL - 13.05% $XLE - 6.22 % $SOXL - $7.82% $SQ - 6.29% $SBUX - 4.72% $SKLZ - 6.79% $HOOD - 3.45% $TLRY - 2.94% $SDGR - 3.80% $AI - $3.30% $AXSM - 3.54% Thinking of adding a bank stock next.

* VTI - 22.61% * F - 15.95% * CRM - 14.78% * AMD - 12.94% * SBUX - 9.59% * ARKK - 7.55% * PLTR - 5.87 % * TLRY - 2.06% &#x200B; Thoughts? I want to further diversify I think I have a good mix of ETF, Consumer & Tech, but I think I need to add another sector. I'm sitting on some cash so any ideas where to add value whether its that or evening out the current distribution? the low values on TLRY and PLTR reflect the risk

Good DD. May put $SBUX back on my list. I used to play it months ago.

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Any expect SBUX imo

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Been playing $SBUX puts at earnings pretty frequently. Had a few 106p I picked up at 114ish and sold off around 99 this past week. I'm wondering if it's gonna really get nailed as hard as consistently for earnings or if it's already taken it as far as it'll ride down, however. I think we see it run back to 103 this week, get wrecked at earnings, and recoup a touch after that. Previous earnings, I was able to ride it down, buy calls, and get a bagger. Short term bear thesis is easy to get behind. Everything they sell is more expensive to produce than ever, labor is unionizing, and stores are frequently so understaffed that they can't stay open in a meaningful capacity to take advantage of mobile ordering. They have money tied up abroad trying to open up in China and it won't turn into profit for a long time. I think they'll miss this quarter pretty badly.

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Been playing $SBUX puts at earnings pretty frequently. Had a few 106p I picked up at 114ish and sold off around 99 this past week. I'm wondering if it's gonna really get nailed as hard as consistently for earnings or if it's already taken it as far as it'll ride down, however. I think we see it run back to 103 this week, get wrecked at earnings, and recoup a touch after that. Previous earnings, I was able to ride it down, buy calls, and get a bagger. Short term bear thesis is easy to get behind. Everything they sell is more expensive to produce than ever, labor is unionizing, and stores are frequently so understaffed that they can't stay open in a meaningful capacity to take advantage of mobile ordering. They have money tied up abroad trying to open up in China and it won't turn into profit for a long time. I think they'll miss this quarter pretty badly.

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Nope. MSFT, FB, SBUX.

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SBUX always dips in Jan and sky’s in Feb be on the lookout everyone

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So what are everyone's thoughts on SBUX? Seems oversold/undervalued to me right now, making it ripe for a LEAPS play. Any reason why the stock has been tanking hard?

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So what sucks is that I can't modify all 4 legs in the E\*Trade platform (i.e., the UI restricts trade tickets to 4 legs whereas I'd need 8). The UI allows me to modify the call vertical OR the put vertical but, as you say, I need them both to be traded together to have enough collateral. For now, I'm going to be patient (as hard as that is!) because I really see no reason why SBUX has had such a selloff. I'm going to at least wait until Earnings next month.

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**Ban Bet Created:** **/u/incognitotrdr** bet **SBUX** goes from **97.99** to **101.0** before **2022-01-22 11:51:12.109475-05:00**

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SBUX 100c 3/18/22

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$SBUX 100 dma on 2 year chart is $98.36 and could be support. Downside risk is it doesn't hold and next support level is 200 dma at $85.48. If you like the company this is not a bad price to start nibbling.

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Into SBUX near low 98s. Captain insano shows no mercy

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I'm accumulating SBUX leaps for now. NVDA is tempting and scary at the same time

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Gurufocus seems to think it's fairly valued and I find their estimates pretty restrained. https://www.gurufocus.com/stock/SBUX/summary

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Becky hating hedge funds have destroyed SBUX.

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Thoughts on SBUX under 100? Seems like a good entry point in terms of value.

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Or you could exit. SBUX has quite a persistant trend.

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I sold 10 - 4/14 SBUX call with a strike of $115 as part of an iron butterfly. SBUX has tanked and the whole Butterfly is underwater. But the 115 call is up around $1300. I'm trying to roll this one position down (same expiration with a 110 or 105 strike) but etrade is telling me I don't have sufficient funds. I'm confused how this can be possible? I'm not netting a new position. I'm just modifying the one I have. I'm guessing I need to call E\*Trade tomorrow but any insight from this group would be helpful. TIA!

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I bought some SBUX calls last Friday.

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I thought SBUX was confirmed for 1/24?

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I think it's the unionization and a lot of locations have been out of things (all hot cups or milk) with the unionization rolling out at the beginning of the year and SBUX being less reliable than previous years I think it's making the price flux

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