The "Fast Money" traders weighed McDonald's on the one-year anniversary of its all-day breakfast launch.
Between pressures for wage increases and a potential spike in food costs, trader Tim Seymour said "fast food is a tough place to be right now, but the valuation on McDonald's, risk-reward, is best in the space." He said that not only does the stock pay a dividend, but the company also has an excellent management team.
Trader Brian Kelly said he likes McDonald's too, but would wait for the stock to drop to about $102 per share. It closed at $113.92 a share on Thursday.
Trader Guy Adami said he would be interested in McDonald's at the $105 level.