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What's Your Favorite Coffee? Mine is Matcha Frappuccino #longterm #buildandgrow #smartmoney #opporrtunity #buyandholdon #investing #amc4life #dca #invest #shadyaf #starbucks
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"Over 50 dead" Starbucks recalls frappuccinos after glass is found inside bottles. Customers are advised not to consume the product and to contact Starbucks for a refund. How do you think this will this affect the stock? This is why I am proud Dunkin' consumer.. $SBUX #starbucks article: more
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Starbucks is no short of amazing, and I’m positioning my funds to get their NFT. #starbucks #nft

It was reported there is some Insider Buying happening! 💵 Starbucks $SBUX Adobe $ADBE Nautilus Biotechnology $NAUT Loop Media Inc $LPTV As Peter Lynch once said: “Insiders might sell their shares for any number of reasons, but they buy them for only one: they think the price will rise.” I personally have invested in $SBUX and $NAUT. I am not a financial advisor. Do your own due diligence. Have you invested in any of these companies with Insider Buying? Let me know below 👇🏻 which you’d have the highest conviction in the poll and tell me why in the comments please! Trying to decide which gets my dca this Friday 😅😂 #longterm #invest #publiccommunity #communityambassador #bigdippers #faithinmarkets #starbucks #coffee #naut #bezos #adobe #tech #biotech #biotechnology #buildandgrow #buyandhold #believe #buildingmyportfolio #strategies #dca

146 votes Ended 10/19/22

Remember that loyalty program that $SBUX was launching? My spidey thoughts were correct — it’s a partnership with $MATIC . $MATIC has been the go-to for brands building in-bear. What do I mean by that are for those brands and infrastructures taking this cooling cycle to build for the future. I mean — $ETH 2.0 is here. And we know this will shift so much. Back to what’s brewing with these two: The name of the loyalty program is called Starbucks Odyssey (Swanky, I like it). It wants to show how sophisticated this is, especially with how #NFT and platforms in the past have been perceived (speaking in branding here). This program enables you to earn and buy digital collectible stamps and unlock new, coveted coffee experiences. A major part of this is the Polygon has near-zero gas fees and will give lightning-fast transactions. Plus — the design of the digital collectible stamps will be co-created with Starbucks partners (employees). It also includes a charitable component supporting causes that matter to partners. I spoke about how #NFT s will grow in the charitable space last week, so this makes me happy to see. So, what do you think about this new program, Starbies or Starbucks drinkers? If you are looking for ways to make this work for your stock portfolio, check out my older post breaking down how to leverage your purchases! (Here’s the link: #buildandgrow #crypto #cryptonews #starbucks #starbucksodyssey #longterm #excitingpossibilities #matic

☕️ + NFTs? Yes!32.14%
Just $SBUX, Please25%
Not doing it for me!17.86%
Probably something. 25%
28 votes Ended 09/13/22
Starbucks reported record revenue in Q3 earnings of $8.15B, driven mostly by Gen Z’s love of iced drinks. The largest coffee chain ☕ in the world said it saw no signs that consumers were giving up their nitro cold brews or iced espressos, despite higher prices. Howard Schultz, $SBUX founder and interim chief executive, said cold beverages, which accounted for 75 percent of its beverage sales in tSee more
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Apple and Starbucks have become so synonymous with mainstream culture and $AAPL & $SBUX benefit. ‼️ We take for granted the power of branding that these two companies possess. They are everywhere we look and are especially prevalent within the influencer space. Where there are MILLIONS of eyeballs of people wanting to be just like their favorite star. ⭐️ This screenshot was taken from a True GeordieSee more
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