Now, now Grimmikins. Settle down and I'll try to explain it to you in terms that even you cant understand.
On February 6th, 2015 DNKN stock was sitting at $47.09, a year later it's sitting at $42.99. That constitutes a drop, that would be a negative, as in "-".
On February 6th, 2015 SBUX stock was sitting at $44.41, a year later it's sitting at $54.49. That constitutes a gain, that would be a positive, as in "+".
Now I won't trouble you with the calculation needed to convert these factual figures into percentages, because the whole board know that you don't understand percentages.
Oh yeah, I forgot to mention the 2 for 1 split that SBUX pulled off last year. Of course, that's a lie too.
The only truthful thing on this board is that you live in the south of France, have a yacht and feed caviar to your poofy little chiens, right?
What's a "dtop", Grimmikins?
Hey, did you ever figure out how to do a comparative chart?
Nope, you sure didn't.
oh heavens yes, because as we all know, a leader in over-priced coffee like SBUX will never have competition or lose market share, especially with the economy is such terrific shape and no systemic risks in sight.
perhaps only ignorant, and if so he gets a pass... but he'll STILL wish he'd waited to buy this in the $40's and likely lower. I wouldn't touch this north of $25 frankly.
you haven't even begun to see the real fear yet in the markets (or bubbles like SBUX) let alone this "panic" you speak of... selling was orderly and professional. What do the big boys know that you don't?
You buy when there is fear in the market and all the negative talk. I also bought SBUX for my 3 year old. In 15 years this stock will be a lot higher and probably split 4-5 times by then. So I like great companies when they sell off.
Grimmikins, your spelling is atrocious.
Now buy your Mom a coffee to apologize for being such an intellectual disappointment.
The poor woman.
There's that fascination showing through again. That's some latent trait your disguising there, Johnny. It looks good on you though.