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Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. Message Board

  • go_ahead_make_my_bed go_ahead_make_my_bed Mar 18, 2012 11:29 PM Flag

    Valuation doesn't matter

    That phrase comes up a lot.

    I have never seen a stock where in the long term valuation doesn't matter. It does take awhile sometimes.

    What do you think the PE of CMG will be when the growth rate is exposed as 10%? Will valuation not matter then? The REAL growth rate is 10% right now in my opinion. We will all find this out later this year. I suppose they will try to jack up prices again to hide this.

    Another question: consider simple economics. Won't the fact that they have to pay rent on all their stores eventually become a HUGE competitive disadvantage. You can only avoid that issue for so long too.

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    • hahahahahahahahaaha

    • Just go into one of their "restaurants" and you'll see first hand why this operation is not worth anywhere near a 60 pe.

      It's got the worst curb appeal of all the restaurants on the miracle mile. The interior is unbelievibly awful, dull and actually depressing

      I wonder if any of the beeg fund owners of CMG have actually checked out what they own.

      I think if they did they'd not only "lose their cookies" but they sell their stock at the market.

      Think I'm exaggerating. Take a look for yourself. Competitely it is all down hill for this business model. What's to stop any competitor from buying a CMG burrito, analyze it and then sell it in a "warmer" more pleasing atmosphere at a much lower price.

      I'm sure glad I checked out the stores in the flesh. Not a pretty picture, I assure you. Please take a peek for yourself. This party will be over soon enough.

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