Is McDonald's Losing Its Mojo?

The following video is from Friday's Motley Fool Money roundtable discussion with host Chris Hill and analysts Ron Gross, James Early and Joe Magyer. In this segment, the guys discuss McDonald's (NYSE: MCD  ) numbers, as their recent individual same-store sales dropped domestically by about 2%. They talk about whether or not they feel this is a continuing trend for one of the biggest blue chips on the market that has had a tough year this year, or if they see this as a one-time fluke from a company that is really still proceeding in the same solid manner that it always has.

It is true however, that, after making investors rich in 2011, McDonald's has been one of the worst performing blue-chip stocks this year. Our top analyst on the company will tell you whether you should be worried by this trend, and he'll shed light on whether McDonald's is a buy at today's prices. Click here now to read our premium research report on the company.


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