Right now the only things that will significantly move BAGR is earnings reports or a rumor of a buyout. It's a very lightly traded stock averaging only around 45,000 shares daily. I'm in the red with the stock, but looking for a bottom to buy more. It's a long term investment. The potential gains are there if you have patience. (I think).
I do not think so. Last I saw BAGR is planning more openings in 2014 and 2015. The restaurants opened in 2013 have not even had a chance to reach their 50% of their local market potential. Remember, this expansion is being done in what is really a down consumer market in areas hard hit by job loss or reductions in overall take-home-pay. Give them some time. BAGR has a huger BWLD mix in the majority of their restaurants. Time will reward those of us that can endure thee early pain.