In today's edition of Motley Fool Money, our top analysts weigh in on the most recent earnings from McDonald's most recent earnings. 

The company's revenue was up 2% on domestic success, particularly driven by the McRib. The limited-offering sandwich appears to be a consistent win for the company, which traditionally rolls it out in the fourth quarter to strong fanfare.

However, the long-term success of McDonald's will be dictated by more than just one product. Our top analyst on the company will tell you whether you should be worried  about the company's anemic sales growth, and he'll shed light on whether McDonald's is a buy at today's prices. Click here now to read our premium research report on the company.

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