Trade in your coffee for $5,000

Sean BowerHow would you like to be able to trade in your coffee for $5,000? Honestly, there’s probably some people who are so addicted that they would say no.

It’s ok, though, you can just buy more with this huge payout. You don’t even have to be a coffee drinker in order to access this big reward.

Believe me, this deal is one that you absolutely can’t miss. I’ll show you how to get a $5,000 check sent straight to your home, then you can decide if you want to buy more coffee or put it toward earning more.

Starbucks (SBUX) is the pioneer of American coffee. The Starbucks vision came about after CEO, Howard Schultz, travelled to Italy and brought back some of their culture to add to his lucrative business model.

Since then, Starbucks has taken the world by storm and become one of the most profitable food and beverage companies.

Schultz has recently announced that he is stepping down, for the second time in his career.

Unlike last time, Schultz will remain a big part of the company as he focuses on Starbucks specialty stores, and allows current Starbucks president, Kevin Johnson, to step in and man the helm.

This move could be Starbucks’ second-wind, and there’ll be a lot of profit to snatch up if the stock begins to rise like it did in previous years.

Talking about Starbucks stocks might sound like old news to you, but I assure you that the ship hasn’t sailed just yet.

The media companies are claiming that this move may unnerve some shareholders and force them into selling off.

The rebuttal I have to that is that the more important shareholders will have known about this move long before we did, as they got their hands dirty in insider trading, and it didn’t seem to rock Starbucks stock too hard.

Starbucks stock has seen a 1,665% rise since Howard Schultz’s return as CEO in 2008, when he felt inclined to return before bringing the company’s value to $84 billion from a mere $15 billion.

The insiders that are holding onto their shares understand how beneficial this move will be to the company.

I look at it as though Starbucks just became a two-headed beast, and they’ll be looking to storm the market with their new, fancier chain of stores.

If you were to make a standard buy of 500 shares of Starbucks at the right moment, you’d be looking at a $5,000 profit, if the stock went up a measly $10 per share. Its potential is a lot more than that.

This is one stock that I’m going to be keeping a close eye on as the events unfold throughout the beginning of the year.

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