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Coffee Stocks - Top Coffee Stocks 2017

Coffee Stocks 2017 - Coffee Stocks will continue to rise in 2017 and beyond because consumers love coffee.  These 2017 Coffee Stocks are my favorite stocks to buy and some of the stocks I will be trading personally.  Coffee Stocks are flat into 2017 after Howard Schultz of Starbucks (SBUX) announced he will be stepping down.  While this dip will likely be short-lived, there are only a few options after Green Mountain Keurig was bought out last year.  Watch the following coffee stocks in 2017.

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Coffee Stocks to Buy 2017 - Starbucks (SBUX) - Starbucks (SBUX) is one of the best coffee stocks to buy in 2017 even after CEO Howard Schultz decided to step down.  SBUX recently rallied from $51-$58 which was a screaming buy after the pre election pullback.  SBUX is my top coffee stock to buy in 2017 on a drop below $50.  Starbucks (SBUX) will continue to be an international coffee growth story over the next few years.  Starbucks (SBUX) should also continue to raise their dividend which will allow you to earn income while you wait for stock performance.

Coffee Stocks 2017 Dunkin Brands (DNKN) - Another one of my best coffee stocks to buy is Dunkin Donuts (DNKN). DNKN recently rallied from $36-$54 last year on explosive earnings growth.  Dunkin Brands owns Dunkin Donuts and Baskin Robbins which are both growing businesses.  DNKN is probably my top coffee stock for 2017 if we see another 15% drop to $46.  Dunkin Brands even pays out a 2.2% dividend yield.  I am giving DNKN a 2017price target of $57 so I'd wait for a large pullback.

Top Coffee Stocks 2017 - Stocks to Buy - Coffee Stocks - Coffee Holding Co., Inc. (JVA) - One of the best performing coffee stocks last year was JVA.  This coffee stock was up 28% last year and has basiclly rallied from $3-$5 if you look at the high and low prices.  Coffee Holding Company (JVA) is a private wholesaler and roaster so they do well when the commodity rises because they probably bought a lot lower.  JVA is nothing more then a speculative buy when the stock tanks because you will then have to wait and hope it comes back.  If I was looking for a coffee stock to buy, I'd rather invest in SBUX.

OTC Coffee Stocks - OTCBB - Jammin Java Corp. (JAMN) - Jammin Java Corp. (JAMN) is a coffee penny stock to watch in 2017 as shares are now trading below $0.01.  JAMN owns the Jammin Coffee line as well as the up and coming Marley Coffee brand.  JAMN is a risky penny stock but could be a good penny stock in 2017 if the company can increase sales.  With the right news, this penny stock can rally back to $0.04.

Coffee Penny Stocks - Baristas Coffee Company Inc. (BCCI) has been another hot penny stock related to coffee.  Baristas Coffee Company Inc. (BCCI) is running a " hooters " type business model which combines women and coffee.  If I had to buy one coffee penny stock to hold, I'd buy BCCI stock.  Based on the chart, BCCI tends to bottom around $0.01-$0.02 and then shoot up at some point during the year.  Last year, BCCI rallied from $0.02-$0.20 in just a few weeks.

About Baristas Coffee Company (BCCI): doing business as Baristas, operates as a drive through beverage retailer in northwest United States. It offers hot and cold beverages, including specialty coffees, blended teas, and other custom drinks, as well as smoothies, fresh-baked pastries, and other confections. The company also provides beverages, such as hot apple cider, hot chocolate, and frozen coffees. It operates stores in greater Seattle, as well as in Arizona, Florida, and Montana