The Oregon-based coffee chain rang its IPO bell on the Nasdaq this Wednesday. The company, which was founded three decades ago by a couple dairy farmers with a pushcart, and whose menu includes beverages like chocolate macadamia nut espresso and nitro infused cold brew, is now trading under the ticker “BROS.”
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- What is a stock?
- What is an IPO?
- Why is stock price important to a company?
- What does it mean to “go public” from a stock market perspective?
- Why would Dutch Bros want to go public?
- What is competition?
- What are the different forms of competition?
- What type of competition might Dutch Bros represent to Starbucks?
- In your opinion, would Dutch Bros be a risky investment? Why or why not?