The Incredibly Shrinking McDonald’s

By my calculations, McDonald’s annual revenue fell by $5.285 billion between December 2013 and December 2017. McDonald’s reported $28.105 billion in revenues on 31 December 2013, and $22.82 billion in revenues on New Year’s Eve 2017.

The implications are obvious McDonald’s is suffering permanent revenue shrinkage that is increasing dramatically. If McDonald’s 2018 financial performance is a repeat of 2017, revenues might drop by 14% or more.

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The Incredibly Shrinking McDonald’s

McDonald’s is a stock to watch, buy MCD if it drops below $100 a share, because there’s a great dividend and a lot of future income potential here. Investors should pounce if the company can increase its’ quality and harness new technologies.

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McDonald’s, does Fast Food Still Payoff for Investors?

The problem at McDonald’s is that its revenues are in freefall; and have been for some time. Over the two years between June 2014 and June 2016, revenues under the Golden Archers fell by $3.17 billion, or by around 11%. McDonald’s reported revenues of $28.3 billion in June 2014 and $25.13 billion in June 2016.

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