Taxpayers saved the company from insolvency. THEY own the company. How much money did the shareholders stick in after the taxpayers bailed them out?
How can it be fast if the lines wrap around outside. Seriously I've bypassed this place many times because the line is too long. When I did suffer in line it was a 15-20 minute wait. Not ideal or fast during a work lunch break!
Taken quite a runnup lately and people seem too positive on it....makes me wonder if its will disappoint like INTC/MSFt especially with Chambers speaking.
You make a good point. I just hope the growth of gvt is slow enough that I don't see the dire consequences in my lifetime.
I hardly care....I am done with it all and its the younger generations problem. I know they are stupid enough to vote democrats in like the OP suggests and that will keep my gravy train running. If not...I am wealthy enough to live the good life on my own money.
Politicians have gamed the system and I played it and won. Sorry folks....
Good...because I just retired and will no longer be paying into the system....I'd like some increases in my future benefits however that someone else will pay for...like maybe you?
I mean....didn't everyone buy one or ten of them last year for themselves, their kids and a kindle for grandma? I know I did....and they are still working....why would I or anyone else buy more?
Last time I went in 3-4 months ago this was a $3.49 burger....what the heck....I won't be going back.
Will be in 3 months when the stock is at $2 and the dividend is cut to 0,05.
I'd easily pay $8.99 for a CMG burrito and I am cheap...so I know others will pay that too.
This stock will fly as the prices rise.