The following video is from Friday's Investor Beat, in which host Chris Hill, and analysts Matt Argersinger and Jason Moser dissect the hardest-hitting investing stories of the day.
In today's edition, the guys give investors a summary of the Dow, and discuss the growing competition between McDonald's and Starbucks . Also, almost every single bank passed the new Dodd-Frank banking stress tests: Does this mean big banking dividends are on the way? They also discuss shares of Pandora , which skyrocketed on earnings news, and the future of the music streaming business. These stories, plus two stocks our analysts will be watching closely this week.
Pandora has won millions of devotees among music fans, but few supporters on Wall Street. The online jukebox seems to be redefining the way we consume music, a transformation that's only likely to grow. But high royalty rates, and competition from all corners, threatens to silence the company. Can Pandora translate success with its listeners into a prosperous business model that will deliver for investors? Learn about the key opportunities and potential pitfalls facing the upstart radio streamer in The Motley Fool's new premium research report. All you have to do is click here now to subscribe to this invaluable investor's resource.
The article The Starbucks vs. McDonald's Battle Heats Up originally appeared on Fool.com.Chris Hill owns shares of Starbucks. Jason Moser owns shares of Starbucks. Fool contributor Matthew Argersinger owns shares of Starbucks. Matthew Argersinger has the following options: Short Apr 2013 $48 Puts on Starbucks. The Motley Fool recommends McDonald's and Starbucks. The Motley Fool owns shares of McDonald's and Starbucks. Try any of our Foolish newsletter services free for 30 days. We Fools may not all hold the same opinions, but we all believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.
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