There are three ways to bite into a ‘Big Mac’ - shares, shorting, or a franchise
By the end of this year, McDonald’s should be able to boast half a century of uninterrupted dividend growth
McDonald’s is an iconic brand. For more than half a century the company has delivered stellar long-term returns for shareholders. In the 16 years since January 2000, a $10,000 investment with dividends reinvested would have accumulated to $44,367 by now.
By the end of this year, McDonald’s should be able to boast half a century of uninterrupted dividend growth. And as the business has matured, it has conducted very large share buyback programmes on top – totalling...
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