Dutch Bros: What If They Do Open 4,000 Coffee Shops?

Aug. 26, 2022 5:55 PM ETDutch Bros Inc. (BROS)32 Comments

Summary

  • Dutch Bros reported inflation-induced margin compression in Q1.
  • The company has seemed to turn this into an opportunity to raise prices on their customers.
  • Despite their recent operational momentum, their stock seems overvalued at $40/share.

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