Doordash (DASH) Overvalued But With an Asterisk and Autozone (AZO) Buyback

Episode 157 December 11, 2020 00:29:35
Doordash (DASH) Overvalued But With an Asterisk and Autozone (AZO) Buyback
Wisco Weekly
Doordash (DASH) Overvalued But With an Asterisk and Autozone (AZO) Buyback
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Doordash goes public turning their Founders into billionaires, but is their business model overvalued? Autozone does something nice for their employees, but suspect to their investors.

 

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