Take profits on Starbucks after its huge run, and check out these 3 other stocks


A Starbucks store is seen inside the Tom Bradley terminal at LAX airport in Los Angeles, California.
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In Friday’s “Morning Meeting,” we dug into our inbox and found an excellent question raised by a member of the Investing Club.

Starbucks – like Halliburton – has had a nice run lately. The Club trimmed some Halliburton on Thursday. Why not trim Starbucks too? I have a double-digit percent gain on shares accumulated over the past five months. It seems like I should take some off the table. I would appreciate your perspective on what I see as a similar situation, but two different stocks.


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