Good morning,In case you missed it yesterday, TMF Gump wrote an article on the restaurant companies for our Fool on the Hill series. (Snip)" Looking at the performance of restaurant company stocks, you would think that eating out is no longer a major part of American society. Of the eight large industry players that pop up on a basic Bloomberg quote screen, only one shows an increase greater than 1% for the year: McDonald's (NYSE: MCD). Returns from the other companies -- Tricon Global Restaurants (NYSE: YUM), Outback Steakhouse (Nasdaq: OSSI), Darden Restaurants (NYSE: DRI), Wendy's (NYSE: WEN), Brinker International (NYSE: EAT), Starbucks (Nasdaq: SBUX), and Papa John's (Nasdaq: PZZA) -- have been flat to down significantly. "Click on the following link to read the entire article: http://aol.fool.com/news/foth/foth.htm Keep Foolish and Prosper, Spirit PS: If any of you are new to the message boards, welcome to The Motley Fool...If you need, help try going to our Fool school at: http://www.Fool.com/school.htm and read the 13 steps to Investing, Investing Basics, How to get out of Debt, How to buy a House or Car and much more.
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