Starbucks Will Perk Up Its Revenue Within 4 Years (Technical Analysis)

Nov. 25, 2022 2:56 PM ETStarbucks Corporation (SBUX)8 Comments
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  • Technical analysis for Starbucks shows the optimal time to take market entries. However, there is a concern for upward momentum as RSI overbought market condition was reached recently.
  • Forward guidance for Starbucks indicates a 40+% rise within four years. If so, the stock price might rise relative to this revenue growth.
  • Even the CEO and Founder of Starbucks made recent purchases to show confidence in his outlook.

Starbucks coffee sign hanging outside a shop


Starbucks (NASDAQ:SBUX) is a large high-end coffee retailer based out of Seattle, Washington. This company has shown some flat growth via fundamentals analysis, with the stock price nearly doubling in four years. Simple moving average periods have demonstrated relative positive strength over

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