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Starbucks is a great company to invest in, as they are expanding all over the world on the best street corners, with high-quality products and an ever increasing menu of non-coffee products. Invest in a well-known successful company that has lots of room to grow with information from a portfolio manager in this free video on investing.

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Have you had your morning coffee today? Well mine's gone, otherwise I would show you it. But chances are, you bought yours at Starbucks. Long known to us here in the United States on almost every street corner of every major city, Starbucks has become a staple in most of our lives. In addition, Starbucks has expanded outside the United States. If you today if you travel through Asia, if you travel through Russia, if you travel through Europe, and even if you travel in China, you're likely to see Starbucks scattered on most street corners. Now, is it over yet? No. Most of the world hasn't had enough. If they're ten thousand today, well, they might end up with twenty thousand over the next ten years. I'm making that number up. It's not a projection from the company, and certainly, you would have to consult with the company on exactly what their growth plans are. But, why buy it? Great real estate choices. Number one, they've got the best street corners that you can get, which is everything in the restaurant business. Number two, an awful lot of quality in the products they offer, and then number three, increasingly, other products other than coffee. You'll note today they have yogurt and granola. They even have some fruit and cheese, and they have sandwiches now for lunch. So they're drawing us in for more things other than our four dollar cup of super duper latte whatever it might be coffee. Starbucks is a winner. They're based in Seattle. They're traded here in the United States. I hope that helps. I'm Roger Groh and thank you for spending a few minutes with me.

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