Uber and Lyft may be ruing the day they went public, but the limit is beyond the sky, so to speak, for sellers of fake meat in this second tech bubble.
Ever since going public at $25/share two weeks ago, Beyond Meat has barely had a down day, and on Wednesday its torrid levitation accelerated, pushing shares to a new record high above $90, exceeding even the most bullish sellside target according to Bloomberg.
The “narrative” catalyst for today’s move
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