A steady diet of pizza-delivery stocks isn’t so unhealthy for your portfolio, even in a tight labor market.
It is no secret that restaurant operators face a difficult environment. Supply disruptions in key inputs such as labor, gasoline and food have driven prices higher and left many eateries understaffed. That poses a challenge for fast-food companies, which rely on minimum-wage labor to operate. Domino’s Pizza will have a fresh update for investors when it reports fiscal third-quarter results on Thursday morning.