Both of these premium food chains have their devoted fans, but one has a better chance to energize your portfolio.
News & Analysis: Shake Shack
The company wants to open a minimum of 15 new restaurants in the south of the country by 2030.
A few chains have the right ingredients to survive and ultimately thrive in this environment.
Why managerial decisions at this restaurant chain should give investors confidence.
Shake Shack's performance in tough times is an unknown, whereas McDonald's is a perfect example of predictability.
Its fast-casual focus is a liability while social distancing efforts continue.
When both stocks are considered overvalued, go with the one that has the growth to back it up.
The burger chain has been relying on price increases to boost same-store sales, but that strategy is being tested in the current economic environment.
It's not just dining customers asking for the check these days. Many indie operators and a few established chains may buckle in this COVID-19 environment.
The restaurant chain is partnering with agency Circus Maximus to produce the series.