The Final Call: Starbucks And IBM

On CNBC's "The Final Call," Michael Khouw of Optimize Advisors recommended Starbucks Corporation SBUX and International Business Machines Corp IBM, saying that “they’re so bad, they’re good.”

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Carter Worth also recommended Starbucks and IBM. He added that Starbucks had “bombed out at 46%” and that IBM had “tremendous relative strength” and its stock was “toying with the prospects of a breakout.”

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SBUX Price Action: Shares of Starbucks lost 0.47% to close at $79.05 on Friday. The stock is down over 32% year to date.

IBM Price Action: Shares of IBM added 0.73% to settle at $141.18 on Friday. The stock has gained almost 4% year to date.

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