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Trading Roundup: Starbucks Share CFDs May Be A Good Option

February 02, 2018 12:39

Source: Pexels

Back in 2007, financial website 'How Much' made an interesting comparison looking at some of America's most popular stocks, to see how much an investment of $1,000 in each of them would be worth today.

Next to such giants as Netflix, Amazon, and Apple, Starbucks Coffee turned out to be an excellent bet. Your initial – imaginary – 2007 investment of $1,000 could be well worth $4,687, today! See the graphic below. The larger the pink dot, the more your investment would be worth today.

Source: How Much

David Tarantino, of wealth and asset-management, capital-markets, and private-equity firm Baird, stated that if the company achieves its new long-term objectives, it will continue "within the top-quartile of revenue growth for S&P 500 Consumer Discretionary companies."

First things first, if you're new to the stock market, choose your first investment carefully. Start with bigger, established names, of which Starbucks would make a great alternative. Also, if you're interested in the bigger-scale, we also recommend looking at our fantastic Index CFDs – including the Nasdaq (#NQ100), which includes Starbucks, among 99 other top US companies.

Let's take a quick peek at what's going on with the Nasdaq 100.

Nasdaq 100 Index CFD Price Overview

Source: NQ100 H4 chart, Admiral Markets MT5, MT5SE add-on, Dec 2017 - Feb 2018

The NQ100 trades shares in a variety of companies and among the listed companies is Starbucks (#SBUX). Technically, we can see a Head-and-Shoulders pattern that has formed at the top of W L4 support. The price looks double bottom-ish. It's going to be either make it or break it. If the price drops below the W L4-6904.80, we could see 6980.64 and 6902.72. However, if the price breaks above the right shoulder, Weekly H (resistance) pivots are in play. Next targets could be 7041.22, 7060.70, 7080.17 and finally 7138.61.


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Whether it's Starbucks, Apple, or Exxon, Admiral Markets offers you access to one of the widest ranges of financial instruments in the market. Check your options here.

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We hope you enjoyed our input this week. We wish you a lovely weekend and a productive February ahead!


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