Buy, Sell, Hold (LAD Earnings Call)

Episode 174 April 23, 2021 00:35:57
Buy, Sell, Hold (LAD Earnings Call)
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Buy, Sell, Hold (LAD Earnings Call)
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Show Notes

Lithia Motors and Driveway (NYSE: LAD) reported Quarter 1 2021 financial results on April 21. Tune in to hear highlights of Quarter 1 and some of the questions that were asked to Bryan DeBoer of Lithia from some of the attendees.

 

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