Beyond Meat filled its S1 Documentation in November of 2018, which means the company is getting ready for going public soon. Typically, when it's a new IPO, we hold off on it. There is no rush to invest in an IPO for several reasons including the fact that most IPOs get hyped up at the beginning to give the company a chance to raise as much money as possible. But, Beyond Meat maybe an exception to such rule. In this episode of Renegade Investors podcast, we explore whether or not you should invest in Beyond Meat when it goes public. We will hear from the founder and CEO of the company. We also dig deep into the S1 document and other resources to assess whether the company is worthy of a spot in our long-term portfolios.
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Considering the U.S.-China tariffs and trade war and the rapid fall of the Chinese companies' stock prices in the past few months, a drift is shaping up in the stock market community. On one side, people believe China is a trap. It's full of fraudulent practices, the numbers are baked, and the government is unfair and has control over everything. Other investors believe that the decline is temporary and marks a unique opportunity to invest in great businesses at affordable levels. Who is right? And, as stock market investors what should we do? Should we hold on to our Chinese stocks, should we double-down and invest more, or should we sell them all off?
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We are Hoda and Arash, the co-founders of Stock Card, and the co-hosts of the Renegade Investors podcast.