As I write this AirBnb is up to $148 for it’s open at $68. Today, the company is worth $100 billion?
A few months ago the CEO of the company was out raising money at insane interest rates so they could stay afloat.
Admittedly, they did a great job pivoting in order to take advantage of the mass exodus from cities earlier this year…
But the valuation is just too high for my taste.
Same with companies like Snowflake and Doordash.
Some of these companies are being valued at 100-150 times sales. Not EBITA or profits….
150 times sales!
Doordash’s current valuation is higher than 3 of the major food chains combined. How is that possible when they make less per meal than the restaurant?
This all seems very reminiscent of the Dot Com bubble and the ensuing burst to me.
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