Beans, burgers, and boogie will rule the week that lies ahead. Let's take a closer look.
Why not start off the week with a colossal Monster Thickburger? That fine how-do-you-do for your arteries is just one of the many beefy things that CKE Restaurants
Earnings report? Don't leave home without it. American Express
In an industry where bean counters truly are bean counters, the accounting crew at Starbucks
For those who have always wanted to initiate a position in the company but have found it as overvalued as some of its premium brews, it doesn't hurt that the stock has taken a dip since its all-time high back in December, to the point where it has surrendered a third of its value in the past four months. So order up -- and sip responsibly.
On a day chock-full of hundreds of companies reporting their quarterly results, it won't be easy to single out Microsoft
The stock has been one of the biggest winners since 1986. A $1,000 investment back then would be worth more than a quarter-million bucks today. Not bad. For a Softy.
Turn it up. The country's largest radio station owner wants to be heard. While Clear Channel Communications
Clear Channel isn't going to give up without a fight. We all know that. But will anyone be around to tune in to hear Clear Channel's version of said fight? I know, low blow. But at least Clear Channel can lay claim to something that XM or Sirius can't -- profitability.
Want to learn more about the companies waiting to report earnings this week? Check out:
- CKE's Monster
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- Grounds for Buying Starbucks?
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- Clear Channel Gets Hip
Until next week, I remain,
Longtime Fool contributor Rick Munarriz is a Sirius subscriber, but he does not own shares in any of the companies mentioned in this story. The Fool has a disclosure policy. He is also part of the Rule Breakers newsletter research team, seeking out tomorrow's ultimate growth stocks a day early.