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From: hollyhunter10/21/2016 8:47:18 AM
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TA looks great with potential to begin ripping higher.

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From: JakeStraw11/4/2016 9:13:32 AM
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Starbucks Writes Another Chapter in Its Long Growth Story
fool.com

The global retail coffee giant continues expanding its presence around the world, delivering another solid quarter to wrap up its fiscal year. But it's not stopping there, with plans to accelerate growth in 2017 and beyond, while also committing to returning even more of its profits back to investors.

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From: JakeStraw11/16/2016 9:58:37 AM
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Over the last few years, Starbucks has generated consistent 10% to 12% annual revenue growth. EPS growth has been even faster, due to margin expansion and the impact of share buybacks.

Based on the growth opportunities discussed above, Starbucks has a good chance to continue growing EPS about 15% annually over the next five years, which would roughly double its EPS by 2021. This strong earnings growth will drive Starbucks stock higher.

Starbucks also pays a meaningful dividend. It recently raised its quarterly payout by 25% to $0.25, giving the stock a 1.8% yield. Between this steadily rising dividend and the significant potential for share price appreciation, Starbucks stock looks as attractive as ever for long-term investors
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To: JakeStraw who wrote (1485)11/16/2016 1:19:42 PM
From: Kirk ©
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I got a Stars reward yesterday and used it to try their $6 turkey & swiss pesto panini sandwich. Compared to the same offering at Safeway, SBUX should be embarrassed at the over priced, low quality offering compared to nearly the same FRESHLY made sandwich at Safeway with more care to assembly and far more ingredients in better bread.

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To: Kirk © who wrote (1486)11/16/2016 1:41:17 PM
From: JakeStraw
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Kirk ©, I feel the same way about their overpriced coffee... ;)

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To: JakeStraw who wrote (1487)11/16/2016 3:38:43 PM
From: Kirk ©
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yeah, I told them I didn't need anything else because I make my own with fresh ground beans (sometimes SBUX) that I buy at Costco.... where I get the stars for buying the beans.

what cracks me up is they put out tip jars for $5 coffee for workers who get good wages and health care needed for the expensive coffee and food... I give great (20 to 25%) tips to wait staff working two jobs at Mom and Pop places here as they mostly run split shifts to avoid health insurance so many workers work at one place for lunch then go to the other for the dinner shift. Starbucks should be ashamed to ask for tips for stuff that is already priced to pay decent wages and benefits.... especially it is basically the same counter service offered at Safeway with no tip jar.

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From: JakeStraw12/7/2016 9:23:57 AM
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Starbucks sets 5-year growth targets, to open 12,000 more stores
finance.yahoo.com

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From: Krigannie1/6/2017 4:09:27 PM
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Starbucks: Innovate Or Die
seekingalpha.com

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To: Krigannie who wrote (1490)1/16/2017 7:42:11 PM
From: drmicrocap
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IN THE NEWS: SBUX

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From: JakeStraw1/18/2017 8:30:06 AM
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Starbucks Knows How To Fail Fast, Just Like Amazon
forbes.com

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