On this episode of Rule Breaker Investing, David Gardner is joined by Motley Idiot contributor Dan Kline and Motley Idiot analyst Tim Beyers for the 12th Market Cap Sport Present. Play together with the hosts and get to know 10 fascinating stocks from a broad spectrum of industries. Uncover their strengths and weaknesses, future potential, and far more.
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This video was recorded on June 16, 2020.
David Gardner: Each calendar quarter — March, June, September, December — lengthy in regards to the penultimate Wednesday, we have been enjoying the Market Cap Gameshow. Our format is straightforward, two visitor star contestants giving their greatest guesses on the market cap, the general value of among the best-known or most fascinating stocks in the marketplace. And so a lot of these have had their market caps radically revised downward, after which in some circumstances again upward, simply since our final market cap gameshow on the finish of March. So, further enjoyable then for you too, enjoying alongside and studying at dwelling. Yep, that is proper, it is time to collect the children and the in-laws, invite your neighbors over, bodily distanced, and put your market cap hat on, properly, your market cap considering cap for this, the 12th installment of the market cap gameshow, this week solely on Rule Breaker Investing.
And welcome again to Rule Breaker Investing. Nice to have you ever with me this week. One in every of my favourite weeks of each quarter is the second to final week of the quarter, that is when we’ve the market cap gameshow. I do know loads of you’ve got been listening all through. That is our 12th, which means we have been doing this for 3 years. That is the tip of the third yr of market cap gameshows, and we have seen loads of nice expertise come by, making some nice market cap calls through the years. And I’ve two new gamers this week.
Earlier than I introduce them, let me simply point out a few housekeeping objects. The primary and most outstanding is that that is, kind of, a brief month for this podcast, as a result of we all the time come out on Wednesdays and the final Wednesday of the month is actually subsequent week. That is proper, it is going to be June 24th, the ultimate Wednesday in June. It may not really feel like June is ending that shortly, however at the very least for this podcast, it does. And that is my means of reminding you that it’s mailbag subsequent week. We would love to listen to from you [email protected], is our e mail tackle, you may tweet us @RBIPodcast on Twitter. Questions you may need, tales to inform. If you wish to throw a poem our means, we’re all the time open to poetry as properly. We have carried out loads of that within the Rule Breaker Investing podcast of yore. So, every part goes, as all the time, normally I convey out a cavalcade of visitor stars as properly. We’ve got all that to sit up for subsequent week, however we’d like you to energy it up. It’s, actually, your voice that makes the mailbag. So, once more, [email protected]
I am going to point out that this month I led off with Essays From Yesterday, Vol. 1, in the event you bear in mind my tastes with nice much less filling thought, that will be one instance. And I, particularly, two weeks in the past requested you in the event you like this format. And for some suggestions from you. So, I would love to listen to from you if you would like to see a Vol. 2 in future or not.
Then final week 5 Stocks For America. My newest 5-Stock Sampler. We additionally reviewed two samplers picked in June’s previous. And actually, I discussed certainly one of them is 5 Stocks Driving The Bull Market. And on the time, once we recorded final week, it was shedding to the market. And I discussed, we’re down simply a few share factors, however I mentioned, this does not finish ‘until June 21st. So, we nonetheless had a while for these 5 stocks to stand up above the market, and, boy! over the past week have not they? As a result of Zillow, Wayfair, Impinj, Pegasystems, and iRobot as a 5-Stock Sampler at the moment are up 5.6% in the marketplace having surged, I feel partly resulting from Wayfair. So, down the stretch they arrive; I am going to most likely say that slightly bit later this podcast as properly. However, yeah.
And I’ve a really excessive hit price that I am making an attempt to guard. I feel I’ve overwhelmed the market throughout all 25 now with 88% of them, 22 of the 25 5-Stock Sampler traditionally have, as a bunch, overwhelmed the market. Which is a ridiculous share that I most likely cannot probably sustain. Achieved over 5 years now, however that is why possibly I care slightly bit further once we get down the final week for a sampler that is closed, like, 5 Stocks Driving The Bull Market. So, slightly observe from there. However, yeah, in the event you had any reflections on my 5 Stocks For America or on the samplers we reviewed final week, that will be good fodder for this month’s mailbag as properly.
And the very last thing I am going to point out is that I like to listen to from you by way of what you consider our podcast, so go away us a overview in your favourite podcast portal iTunes, Spotify, [Alphabet’s]Google Play. We love to listen to what you consider our podcast, throw me some stars, tell us how we’re doing.
Alright, properly, in case you are a Motley Idiot member, you may need spent a number of hours within the final month or so watching Motley Idiot Reside. The URL is Reside.Idiot.com; and it’s a members-only providing and two individuals who have significantly distinguished themselves on Motley Idiot Reside, having produced hours and hours of fantastic member-focused content material, together with interviews with outdoors CEOs and authors, but in addition simply taking your questions are Dan Kline and Tim Beyers. Dan, a longtime author for The Motley Idiot. He talked about off-air to me that that is the ultimate Motley Idiot podcast he hasn’t already been on, so it is a delight to have Dan on for the primary time. After which Tim, who’s been on many occasions earlier than typically on mailbags is a longtime member of my Rule Breakers staff. However Tim, like Dan, has been doing yeoman’s work at Reside.Idiot.com. And boy! I’ve watched hours and hours of Idiot TV myself. It has been a pleasure sometimes to seem there. We had a Rule Breaker hour final week, and appear to be properly acquired, so we’ll most likely do extra of that in future.
I am going to additionally point out that in the event you’re a Rule Breakers member, you bought to see me interview the DocuSign CEO, Dan Springer, this week; which I am going to most likely point out when I’ve Tim and Dan on very shortly.
So, Tim and Dan, it is nice to have you ever guys on. And let me simply point out earlier than we begin that that is the market cap gameshow. So, for instance, in the event you take an organization like, Etsy, ticker image ETSY, and also you see that the corporate is buying and selling at round $84/share proper now, and also you discover the corporate has round 115 million shares excellent, you may merely multiply Etsy’s share price into the variety of shares excellent, to get the market capitalization, what we consider because the value of Etsy, in the event you attempt to purchase the company out proper now. That is not the true definition as a result of, enterprise values which components in debt, for instance, if Etsy had, and fortuitously it would not, tons of debt on its stability sheet you then’d really must pay extra for that firm. It will have a better enterprise value than its market cap, however we do not get that technical with this sport present, we simply take market caps that are most likely certainly one of my 5 favourite measures once we have a look at stocks. Retains issues easy, helps you see the massive image. And you can have a look at an organization like Etsy and say, “Effectively, it is $9.7 billion at the moment, might I see that being a $100 billion firm in the future?” It begins enabling you to image ahead how a lot or how little you assume a stock price, a stock’s value might rise. And within the case of Etsy, because it was certainly one of my 5 Stocks For America final week, I am completely happy to say it is risen over the previous week, however extra importantly, it is risen lots over the previous a number of years when it has been a Rule Breaker advice.
When was the final time you went out for breakfast?
Tim Beyers: Oh, man! Some time in the past. I will say two years in the past.
Gardner: Is not that incredible, I imply, two years? Loads of us, it would simply be two months, nevertheless it appears like two years. So, I do not know whether or not, if you exit for breakfast, Tim, are you sometimes going to sit-down someplace, a enjoyable place someplace within the Better Denver space or are we speaking quick informal?
Beyers: I feel we’re speaking quick informal, however boy! do I like doing an IHOP, one thing like that, that is fairly enjoyable.
Gardner: Yeah. And IHOP nonetheless stays, when it’s open, open 24 hours, proper?
Beyers: Proper. Yeah.
Gardner: Yeah. So, it is not only for breakfast, it by no means was. Alright. Effectively, I’m wondering, as a result of we will typically get into espresso wars, and I’ve seen this from you guys on Motley Idiot Reside and I hear it on podcasts, all people has their favourite espresso. I’m considering particularly proper now, Tim, Dunkin’ Donuts and Dunkin’ Donuts espresso. Do you’ve got an opinion about Dunkin’ Donuts espresso?
Beyers: I’ve no opinion about Dunkin’ Donuts espresso, besides that I do not assume you may go to New York or wherever in New England and say that you just like Starbucks and get out alive.
Dan Kline: I am from Boston or the Better Boston space, and I’ve mentioned this on air and I am fairly positive I am not allowed to go dwelling.
Gardner: [laughs] Glorious. Effectively, after all, the corporate in query then, Tim, it has been an fascinating time for this firm, is Dunkin’ Donuts. The ticker image is DNKN. Tim, what, by your greatest estimation is Dunkin’ Donuts market cap at the moment?
Beyers: Boy! That is going to be fascinating. So, if I say Starbucks is round, I will say $80 billion to $90 billion, I will say Dunkin’ is about half of that, possibly rather less. So, I will say $29.7 billion.
Gardner: Alright. And, Dan Kline, larger or decrease?
Kline: I will say decrease.
Gardner: And the right reply is $5.35 billion.
Beyers: Oh, my God! [laughs]
Kline: Tim, I nearly mentioned decrease, I feel it is about $20 billion, so simply to present you an thought. [laughs]
Gardner: [laughs] And be at liberty to say that to make your fellow visitor contestant really feel higher at any level. Yeah, I do not assume I might have carried out very properly with this one myself, as I’ve typically mentioned enjoying the market cap gameshow, I wish to be Alex Trebek, and it is a pleasure to have good individuals take their greatest shot. Yeah, so guys the stock touched down at about $40 in March, it is again round $65 now. It is an organization that is been an underperformer over the past 5 years, underperforming the market by about 25%. It’s up, only for, as a result of I will be utilizing 5 yr returns all through; the market, over the past 5 years, is up about 45%. So, that is been, you already know, about a mean 5 years, in the event you take it from then to now. And so, this firm being up 20% is 25% behind the market. Any ultimate ideas on Dunkin’, how about, Dan; you bought this one, proper?
Kline: Yeah, it is an fascinating enterprise as a result of they’ve tried actually laborious to enter premium and no person desires that from them. What they need to give attention to is making their breakfast merchandise higher, their donuts have gotten progressively worse over my life. [laughs] And I perceive that is not the margin that the drinks are, however they’d promote extra drinks if we purchased extra doughnuts. So, I would wish to see them go have a look at a Voodoo Doughnuts or a few of these chains which can be doing donuts rather well and have a premium doughnut and use that as a strategy to get me to attempt an espresso, as an alternative of getting a mediocre espresso and never charging as a lot as Starbucks.
Gardner: Fantastically put. You understand, I feel that is very actual Rule Breaker-y, suits in very properly with the Rule Breakers podcast. Inform Dunkin’ Donuts to place the donuts again in donuts.
Kline: [laughs] They usually’re really now not Dunkin’ Donuts, they’ve dropped donuts from their identify.
Gardner: You are proper, it is Dunkin’. Alright, properly, stock No. 2, turning now to you, Dan Kline. And, Dan, I do know you’re a large fan of the journey and leisure business. Might you simply give me a few the reason why?
Kline: I wish to journey. So, you already know for me, once I wish to put money into one thing, it tends to be issues which can be necessary in my world, and I do not go a month — that is the longest I’ve ever been at dwelling in 19, in nearly 20 years of marriage. So, I am somebody who likes to be locations. I wish to gamble. I like to take a seat on a Caribbean island. I wish to be on a cruise ship. I am not invested in all these locations, as a result of they’re [laughs] not all nice companies, however, you already know, it is an business that is near-and-dear to my coronary heart. And you already know, you’re taking one thing like a Reserving.com. Effectively, I take advantage of Priceline like, you already know, that is like a on line casino for me, making an attempt to avoid wasting probably the most cash attainable.
Gardner: [laughs] And, Dan, the place did that come from? Did you’ve got wanderlust if you had been slightly child, or had been you ever, ever actually slightly child, Dan?
Kline: I used to be not nice at being slightly child. [laughs] I feel that is honest to say. I all the time wished to be older. However, yeah, I’ve all the time had wanderlust and I’ve all the time had a motive to not transfer. So, we lived within the New York, New England space for a very long time earlier than transferring to Florida. The problem is, my spouse would not wish to journey. So, that makes it slightly bit tough typically.
Gardner: Understood. Now, what number of cruises would you say you have been on at this level in your life?
Kline: It is one thing I did not begin doing till about 18 months in the past, so a dozen.
Gardner: Wow! 12 in 18 [laughs] months!
Kline: However largely simply weekend journeys. Like, if you reside in Florida and also you play slightly blackjack and also you throw some cash within the on line casino, it is principally free. So, it is not that I might select to cruise that always, it is simply they’re providing me these Friday to Monday. And it is an effective way, as you already know with what we do, to not have an excellent web connection and never have the ability to work.
Gardner: [laughs] Dan, what’s your favourite cruise line model?
Kline: So, usually it is Royal Caribbean, and that is largely as a result of they’re catering to, kind of, nearer to my age base. Carnival is slightly bit extra of a Get together Line. I’ve by no means been on a Norwegian Cruise, they’re most likely fairly comparable, however among the different sub manufacturers, they have an inclination to skew lots older. And I do not find out about you, if I am on trip, I do not wish to must put on, like, a tuxedo [laughs] on Friday evening for dinner, I would like slightly little bit of an informal really feel.
Gardner: Understood, Dan. Effectively, Carnival won’t be your favourite model then, however it’s stock No. 2 for this version of the market cap gameshow. Dan Kline, your greatest shot, the market capitalization of CCL, that is the ticker image, for Carnival Corp?
Kline: Oh, boy! It is taken successful just lately, I will say $5.Four billion.
Gardner: Tim, larger or decrease?
Beyers: Effectively, I am not going to agree with the negotiator on this, Mr. Priceline, I will say decrease, David.
Gardner: And I once more sympathize with each you guys, since you’re off by fairly a bit, and I feel I might have been too as a result of who would have thought that Carnival Cruise Line remains to be worth, at the moment, $12.48 billion. So, Dan, you win this one with a $5 billion name.
Kline: [laughs] Tim, I’ll level out that we might each be spectacularly unsuitable and I might nonetheless be profitable.
Beyers: That was a nasty negotiation on my half, David. Unhealthy negotiation.
Gardner: Effectively, and I might say it’s very comprehensible, although, it is a stock, by the best way, that touched down at $8/share in April, it is round $20 now. So, it is greater than doubled, like loads of different stocks, in nearly two months. Nonetheless, although, guys down 60% over the past 5 years, not an awesome stock.
Kline: Nonetheless prone to chapter, and that is — look, the cruise business was very, very worthwhile earlier than this, however there is no assure that they arrive again in time to keep away from a strategic Chapter 11. The banks do not wish to personal the cruise ships, so these corporations will proceed to function however there might completely be a destructive shareholder occasion for any of the cruise strains.
Gardner: Alright. Effectively, thanks, Dan, thanks, Tim. Guys, if I’ve my math proper, I consider Dan is up 2:Zero proper now. Tim, that is going to stock that I feel you would possibly know fairly properly, as a result of it’s one you have labored for greater than 15 years with our Motley Idiot Rule Breakers service, it has been round nearly that lengthy itself. This firm has been certainly one of our greatest performers in recent times, it has been held since 2011. However earlier than we speak in regards to the firm, let me simply ask, Tim, what are you driving as of late?
Beyers: Oh, man! I attempt actually laborious to not drive, David. I imply, critically, I take advantage of the RTD move or I get out and stroll, as a result of I’ve, and that is true, a 2000, yr 2000, Mercury Mountaineer. And for individuals who have no idea, Mercury is a automotive model that now not exists. So, I’ve a ghost automotive. And you already know what, it really works for me, however I attempt actually laborious to not drive it, David.
Gardner: Yep, I completely perceive, Tim. I obtained in my automotive the opposite day and I mentioned to my spouse, as we drove someplace, “That is the second time I’ve pushed in a month.” Admittedly, she does among the tougher work. She does exit to Dealer Joe’s, socially distanced, and so forth. However, I imply, for probably the most half, I am barely driving as of late. However this stock continues to do fairly properly. Dan, do you drive in any respect?
Kline: I drive a 2016 Nissan Sentra, and my workplace is one mile from the home, so. And as you may inform, I am in a coworking area with only a few individuals right here, completely socially distanced. I reside downtown, as a result of I wished to have the ability to stroll all over the place. So, I stroll as a lot as I can.
Gardner: That is nice. Effectively, good for you each. It sounds such as you’re residing a more healthy life than I sometimes am, as a result of I do drive lots when individuals are driving. Effectively, this firm has carried out fairly properly. Tesla, over the past 5 years is up about 300%. We’ve got had a really low-cost foundation for Rule Breaker members since 2011 when Elon Musk got here and visited The Motley Idiot places of work and gave a free stump speech in entrance of our workers. At the moment, he was saying, “We’re the third most shorted stock on the Nasdaq,” And I put one and one collectively. A kind of being, wow! This firm is the third most shorted stock on the Nasdaq, and the opposite one was Elon Musk is operating the corporate. Elon Musk of PayPal fame, and so we made it a advice for the very subsequent situation of Rule Breakers.
I am not going to say the place Tesla’s stock is correct now, as a result of that may assist my contestants, however let me simply flip to Tim and say, Tim, your greatest shot, the market cap of Tesla?
Beyers: I’ve a greater perspective on this one, however I am not fairly positive. And by the best way, I’ve a guess with fellow Idiot Austin Smith, and if Tesla will get to $20,000/share, then a Cybertruck is mine, and we are going to see if that truly ever occurs. You understand that I am rooting for that. However I feel at the moment, David, if I am within the ballpark it is about $205 billion in market cap.
Gardner: Dan, larger or decrease.
Kline: I will say decrease.
Gardner: Dan, will get it proper once more. Nice job. Though, Tim, very good name. It all the time hurts me when someone makes an excellent market cap name and in our new format, the opposite man simply will get to say “decrease” and will get it proper. [laughs] However, sure, certainly Tesla’s market cap $191.07 billion. Yep, we’re rocket out to 2 decimal locations for this version of the present. So, Dan, it was decrease, not by that a lot.
Kline: I really knew that one. I did, not a deep dive, however Jim Gillies and I did a present on Tesla. And that is one of many few that I really, [laughs] after all, it might have modified dramatically at the moment primarily based on how every part goes, however I fairly confidently would have mentioned about $190 billion.
Gardner: Tim, wonderful name, good attempt. And I am rooting for the $20,000, that sounds actually good to me. The stock, by the best way, at $982 as we report, it did contact over $1,000 in current days.
Beyers: Simply give me a 20-bagger, Elon, that is all I am asking.
Gardner: [laughs] 20 extra.
Beyers: A 20-bagger and a Cybertruck, that is all I would like.
Gardner: Alright. Dan, let’s follow journey. So, are you a member of any frequent flyer golf equipment? I must think about you are like a champion for possibly a number of manufacturers.
Kline: Yeah, completely. So, Southwest has an awesome loyalty program, as a result of it permits you, in the event you hit the standing, to fly standby without spending a dime. So, once I come go to you guys on the workplace, I can e-book the final flight of the evening, however possibly not take that flight, relying how my day goes, how my conferences go; in order that’s actually invaluable. Royal Caribbean matches your tier standing, not your playing, however what number of journeys you have taken, to MGM. And I typically get to remain on the MGM once I’m visiting the workplace. So, I am very, very strategic about it. I am additionally an American Categorical Platinum holder, as a result of that offers you all kinds of — it is an costly card, nevertheless it offers you actually good journey advantages. So, Matt Frankel and I, one other Idiot who seems on the podcast, we really spend time in our private lives strategizing this and determining easy methods to maximize our rewards.
Gardner: That is great. Dan, of the oligopoly of massive dominant U.S. airline manufacturers, do you’ve got a favourite?
Kline: I actually solely fly Southwest except I — if I am going to Vegas, typically I’ve to fly Frontier, which is just about like flying U.S. postal service, [laughs] it’s a very disagreeable airline, however it is extremely low-cost, so.
Gardner: Tim, what about you? Do you’ve got a favourite among the many large American airline manufacturers?
Beyers: I am going to say, sure, I am going to say, Delta, however not due to, you already know, the flying expertise, however due to the best way they deal with their workers. I feel Delta is a fairly well-structured airline, but when I’ve to choose one which I wish to fly, boy! Do I like flying Southwest!
Gardner: Alright. So, loads of commonality there, however actually, the corporate that’s firm No. Four on this market cap gameshow, Dan Kline, is Delta Airways. Tim, simply talked about it. The ticker image for Delta Airways is DAL. Dan, what’s the market cap of Delta Airways?
Kline: I will say it is $58 billion.
Gardner: Tim, larger or decrease?
Gardner: Decrease by fairly a bit. So, Dan, it is a firm that lots of people marvel, you already know, will this entire business be in enterprise anymore? So, possibly that explains why the market cap is now down beneath $20 billion for Delta. Nonetheless fairly substantial, the stock is at $31 at the moment proper now, guys. It was as little as $17.5 in May, simply weeks in the past. Loads of stocks bottomed in March; Delta crashed laborious in May.
Beyers: Yeah. They’ve needed to increase loads of capital too. I imply, they’ve needed to leaseback a few of their planes, they raised some bank debt. Delta is flying, however they’re flying with some damaged wings, I would say.
Kline: All people is flying with damaged wings proper now, and actually determining easy methods to fly, easy methods to distance individuals, easy methods to become profitable. I do know that I booked optimistic journey over the Summer time, that means, I booked all my Southwest flights that may occur so long as they let me do it, as a result of they had been so unbelievably, you already know, cheap. So, if in January we’re open in Alexandria, I booked that flight for, like, $110 roundtrip. And also you’re beginning to see these costs come up as some, you already know, normalcy, some individuals must journey. They’ve household, they’ve enterprise, no matter it’s. You might be beginning to see costs come up, however you are going to see a provide constraint, particularly if we’ve to fly distance on planes, much less flights, much less seats on these flights, that’s going to power costs up, at the very least one important routes, you already know, enterprise routes New York to LA, possibly not a lot Alexandria to West Palm Seaside.
Beyers: You by no means know, however I’ve obtained to say, boy! Do I wish to see a service referred to as an “optimistic flight.” Does not that sound superb? That sounds so enjoyable, like, we’re simply all optimists on this aircraft. It doesn’t matter what else is occurring on the planet, it is a completely happy time, it is a secure area.
Kline: One of many methods I’ve stayed sane throughout this, Tim, is to e-book journey, I full properly knew wasn’t going to occur, simply so I might have it on my calendar and be, like, oh, in a month I am going there. [laughs]
Beyers: That is good. Consolation journey.
Gardner: Alright. Talking of excellent, Tim, good to see you ring one up. so, it is Dan-3, Tim-1. You are solely nearly as good as your final market cap, so let’s proceed ahead now. And again to Tim. Tim, you picked this stock in 2009. The date was January 21st when the purchase report went out for this firm to Rule Breakers members. And I hope loads of them purchased this firm again then, however even when they did not, even when they waited until 2011 or ’13 or ’15 or 2017, they’re nonetheless actually completely happy. The truth is, over the past 5 years Salesforce has risen 158%. That is, after all, not a quiz present about how stocks have carried out, though it is all the time fascinating to listen to the backstories, however relatively one about their market caps. However, Tim, I have to thanks once more for simply such a spectacular choose for Motley Idiot Rule Breaker members. I bear in mind again then, Tim, it was all about cloud computing.
Beyers: And it is nonetheless all that. That is the poster little one, by the best way, for cloud computing. Salesforce actually is the poster stock for cloud computing, as a result of they began again in ’99. They had been the corporate that mentioned, you already know what, you needn’t set up software program. The truth is, their authentic slogan was, and you’ll nonetheless see this, Salesforce is a kind of corporations that has cute mascots, that is true. They’ve, like, three of them. One in every of them is, like, the massive plush Einstein, as a result of they’ve the Einstein AI. And certainly one of them is the “no software program” emblem. You could possibly see the, you already know, like, baseball-themed mascot strolling round at a Salesforce commerce present with white circle with the road between software program, like, “no software program,” that was the Salesforce motto, and it is nonetheless on the market, it is nonetheless going 20 years later.
Gardner: I am a Salesforce fan, however I needed to say, Tim, I did not understand that they had cute plushy logos, mascots. Alright. Effectively, Marc Benioff might most likely — I am undecided he is as cute, however he is a fairly good emblem for the corporate. The Founder and CEO has added a lot value. And he is written a e-book just lately, form of, within the vein of acutely aware capitalism, and he is gotta be one of many high 10 residing American CEOs proper now. Tim, with all that mentioned, what’s the market cap of ticker image CRM, Salesforce?
Beyers: They’ve carried out extraordinarily properly, and we’ll see if Dan punks me on this one, however I feel I will get moderately shut right here, as a result of, you already know, they’re very near their major rival, so I will say $183.Four billion in market cap.
Gardner: Dan, larger or decrease?
Kline: I will say it is a tiny bit larger.
Gardner: Effectively, it’s actually slightly decrease. It is at $158.11 billion, for these scoring at dwelling. And all people is scoring at dwelling. A part of the fantastic thing about the market cap gameshow is you are enjoying together with us, and you have got your personal rating. So, yeah, I imply — three to go — so, yeah, the stock hit a low of $125 in March, it is at about $180 now. So, some bounce again, not practically as dramatic as different corporations have added much more value, [laughs] typically greater than 100% in simply two months, however yeah, this firm, Tim, up 150% over the past 5 years. Winners win.
Beyers: Yeah, and you already know what, I will say, Dan, I apologize, I completely stole that from Aaron Bush. I went intentionally larger to see if I can do a head pretend right here. So, I apologize, however I do not actually apologize.
Gardner: [laughs] Ah! the sport outdoors the sport, the metagame of practitioner Tim Beyers, thanks. Alright, Tim and Dan, that is halftime. We’re by 5 stocks, 5 up and 5 extra to go. I counted as Dan-3, Tim-2. Let’s hold transferring.
I suppose I ought to point out, after all, a lot of the good performers this week [laughs] aren’t stocks outdoors the universe of stocks that I choose in Stock Advisor and Rule Breakers, corporations like Carnival Corp aren’t stock picks of mine, however actually, they’re there for Motley Idiot Stock Advisor and Motley Idiot Rule Breaker members. So, if you end up impressed by among the efficiency that you’ve got heard on this podcast or different previous ones, or desirous about The Motley Idiot at massive, I hope you may come be part of us. The truth is, particularly The Motley Idiot Rule Breakers service, you may simply be part of us with JoinRB.Idiot.com. Tons of of 1000’s have already got, why not you too? Get began on a dedication, a lifetime dedication, to investing at the moment.
Effectively, as I discussed on the high of the present, Dan and Tim have distinguished themselves for the excellent job they’ve carried out MC-ing, internet hosting, being analysts and consultants on Motley Idiot Reside, which is Reside.Idiot.com, and that’s our principally Idiot TV, it is like The Motley Idiot launched a TV channel throughout COVID. I feel it will most likely proceed to reside on previous COVID. It has been an exquisite growth, and each of you’ve got carried out such fantastic work.
Effectively, at the moment, and once more we’re taping on Tuesday afternoon, as we all the time do, at the moment I had the pleasure of interviewing a really profitable CEO of a profitable Rule Breaker firm. Yep, that is one thing we do on Motley Idiot Reside too, typically we do CEO interviews. Dan, I wish to ask you, have you ever signed any paperwork just lately utilizing e-signatures?
Kline: So, I used to be fortunate sufficient to be on after you, and Dan Springer caught round and I obtained to thank him. I’ve horrible handwriting; I can barely maintain a pen. I’m so grateful for DocuSign, apart from the truth that it is only a sensible timesaver. Yeah, once we purchased our home, every part was on DocuSign, and it was really one thing I requested our mortgage dealer about beforehand. I used to be like, I do not wish to sit there, can this be carried out digitally? It is a sensible product, and the optionality for it, all the opposite issues they may do. And I heard just a few on that interview that I used to be like, oh, wow! They might do this, that makes loads of sense. They remedy an issue, and it is an issue that is an even bigger drawback proper now. So, a extremely wonderful firm.
Gardner: I agree. And I do not wish to tilt you guys an excessive amount of along with your psychology and considering right here, since you’re in these soundproof cubicles with out with the ability to ever see any market caps, as is all the time the case for the market cap gameshow, so I may be over influencing you by mistake, however I’ll say this, Dan, I used to be shocked how large the market cap of DocuSign is as of late.
Kline: So, I hope I am remembering this accurately, as a result of I appeared this one up earlier. [laughs] $29.Eight billion.
Gardner: Tim, larger or decrease?
Beyers: I feel it is slightly larger than that, David.
Gardner: Dan will get that one. And wow! Dan form of deserves that one, as a result of A. he watched a portion of Dan Springer, even talked to him over Motley Idiot Reside, after which additionally appeared up the market cap [laughs] as properly. And so, Dan, it’s $29.52 billion, as I have a look at it anyway right here Tuesday afternoon. So, $29.Eight billion, fairly good, I might name it an Aaron Bush-like guess.
Kline: I’ll thank Emily Flippen for telling me that there was an honest likelihood you’d ask about that one given the interview at the moment. [laughs] So, Tim, I obtained slightly inside assistance on that one.
Beyers: That is good. I like that. Hey, man! I took the Aaron Bush route final one, so you already know what, I tip the cap.
Gardner: Yeah. And Emily is a really wonderful participant of the market cap gameshow. And a part of it is not simply memorizing or figuring out your market cap, it’s the sport outdoors the sport that is outdoors the sport. And that is possibly making an attempt to determine why I’d ask a given firm on a given episode. So, I might say that Emily helped. And good job, Dan. And thanks for becoming a member of in, that was a enjoyable exchange, I noticed that with Dan Springer as properly.
Yeah, DocuSign has been a exceptional Rule Breaker. It is a firm that solely IPO’d in 2018. It is up 4X in value from there. However here is a enjoyable truth, when it IPO’d, it was form of quiet. I imply, it jumped these first few weeks, however +6 months later, submit DocuSign IPO, ticker image DOCU, it was beneath the place it had IPO’d at. So, it appeared like form of a sleepy to unhealthy IPO, 9 or so months afterward. And that was in 2018. Now, I feel it is up 300%, simply since its IPO, you may see it has been a spectacular winner.
Alright, properly, firm No. 7. Tim, I will go to you, regardless that I feel Dan may have extra expertise on this specific business. However, Tim, let me simply ask you, did you’ve got a specific stuffed animal rising up that was your iconic stuffed animal?
Beyers: My iconic stuffed animal. No, my sister did, my sister had stuffed canine. I do not assume — did I — I do not assume so. No, I had, like —
Gardner: … not all people does.
Beyers: Yeah. I had, like, the Tonka vans and, properly, I suppose it relies upon. Do you depend the big, just like the, what had been they, like, the 12-inch GI Joe figures? Do you bear in mind these?
Gardner: Certain. Sure, we’ll actually depend that.
Beyers: Okay. That is what I had.
Gardner: Alright. And you already know, I might have even counted a plushy Marc Benioff as properly, as a result of we’re all completely different and also you by no means know —
Beyers: A plushy Marc Benioff, I might really put that on my desk at the moment, if I had a plushy Marc Benioff.
Gardner: [laughs] How about, did you’ve got a go-to Halloween costume that you just wore multiple Halloween, or not?
Beyers: No, no. However I’ll say, typically to the dismay of my neighbors, as a result of they did not know what I used to be doing. I used to put on my belled Idiot cap out on Halloween, taking my children round. They’re like, who is that this individual? [laughs] And I did that a number of occasions, a number of Halloweens, David. So, I’ve carried out that.
Gardner: You understand I find it irresistible. And earlier than I ask Tim about this firm’s market cap, Dan, what’s your favourite toy of all time?
Kline: Oh, that is a tricky one. It is going to be LEGOs. I feel once I was a child, initially, LEGOs at the moment are, every part is one thing, you may’t simply get — they usually promote some simply LEGOs, however that was the dominant factor. So, I might construct elaborate sports activities arenas and must make excuses of why the astronauts had been enjoying in opposition to the, you already know, the knights, as a result of I did not have sufficient sports activities figures. I feel there is a stage, Tim, I had the 12-inch GI Joe and he was mates with Batman and Evel Knievel, as a result of that is who I had. And all lived within the Batcave, after all, as a result of the place — or the Loss of life Star. These had been the one two locations I had the place the characters might reside.
Gardner: Effectively, the corporate in query. Among the manufacturers that we have talked about are related to this firm. And, after all, this firm, Hasbro, has many, many manufacturers, together with video games like Monopoly. And I am actually a board gamer. Monopoly, not my favourite sport, however actually an iconic sport. Hasbro hasn’t been an awesome stock within the final a number of years, I am going to simply hint-hint to each my contestants and all of my gamers at dwelling. It is really 0% return over the past 5 years. It is the place it was 5 years in the past, there’s been some volatility, it is had some pleasure, however taken all-in-all, regardless that it has been an awesome long-term performer for Motley Idiot Stock Advisor, we’re speaking lengthy, long run right here, it is honest to begin asking what have you ever carried out for me recently, Hasbro? Tim, what’s the market cap of Hasbro?
Beyers: I feel, David, and I am — yeah, it is a robust one for me, however I will say $8.Three billion, I do not assume it is that large.
Gardner: Alright, Dan, larger or decrease?
Kline: I will go decrease.
Gardner: The proper reply is $9.90 billion. These cheering for Tim and wanting some drama on the finish shall be completely happy to notice, had Dan received that, it will have been 5:2, Tim would have been painted right into a nook at that time, however nope, it is 4:3. Yep, Hasbro, guys, $9.9 billion. Stock, by the best way, touched as little as $41 in March, it is $77.5 at the moment. So, it has been a raging market crusher, in the event you’re simply wanting over the past three months. Dan, I do know you’ve got some background on this business, might you give us your CV in toys?
Kline: Yeah, it is very unusual, as a result of I obtained this job with no expertise, however I used to be the Normal Supervisor of a big, a 55,000 sq. foot toy retailer, 10,000 sq. foot model prepare, each model accessible, plus 1000’s that weren’t. And so, I used to be shopping for toys. And it was a kind of issues the place I simply linked with the proprietor, he wanted somebody to run his enterprise and it made sense, and it was an — it is helped me a lot as an investor, as a result of I perceive how retail works as a result of I did it, and margin. And one thing, like, you have a look at a toy retailer and say, oh, wow! They promote a ton of LEGO. Effectively, there is no margin in LEGO, it is a lot worse than all the relaxation. Hasbro, we did not promote Hasbro, partly as a result of we offered all of the cool video games that had been enjoyable to play. However Hasbro had a $2,500 reorder level. So, you are out of 1 sport, it’s important to place a $2,500 order, that is a tough place to be in. I used to drive to Goal and purchase up Candyland and Chutes and Ladders, as a result of individuals anticipated us to have it and it wasn’t worth explaining why we did not get it. So, when it was on sale, we’d mark it up zero, and simply have it as a comfort. So, I spent a fond two years within the toy enterprise.
Gardner: Wow! That’s superb. I’ve heard you speak about that on Business Focus podcast, Dan, it is all the time enjoyable to listen to, once more, about how you bought the job simply since you — the man knew you and he trusted you and you did not have loads of expertise and hastily you had loads of duty.
Kline: I had been operating a manufacturing facility making metal planks and scaffolding and renting scaff- — which is my household enterprise, after largely a profession as a journalist. So, a few bizarre detours in my employment historical past.
Gardner: Wonderful. Effectively, I am sorry that you just did not get credit score for Hasbro, however we did form of want Tim to choose it up, and he’s. It is Dan-4, Tim-3. We have got three stocks left. Guys, I’ve made an actual level of just lately introducing non-David Gardner Supernova universe stocks into this sport, ever since Aaron Bush form of broke the sport by memorizing seemingly all +225 market caps of all the businesses I’ve in my lively advice universe. So, I have been doing that all through this episode, Dunkin’ Donuts is just not a advice of ours, neither is Carnival Corp, fortuitously. Neither is Delta Airways. They’ve all been form of canine, frankly. This subsequent firm hasn’t been nice both, it is the final for this market cap sport present that’s not a Motley Idiot advice.
Dan, fast phrase affiliation. I will say a phrase, you are going to say the primary one to a few issues again. Here is the phrase, “banks.”
Gardner: [laughs] Yeah, it is comprehensible, particularly in an age the place we do not actually go all the way down to our native branches anymore. It was form of a human connection. I bear in mind my mother and father cashing in a wage examine each Friday or this sort of factor. And it was a daily factor as slightly child for me and for Tom to go all the way down to the bank with mother or dad. We’re not doing that anymore. After which there are ATM charges after which there’s large mega mergers and “blah!” is the best way loads of us most likely really feel.
Kline: I do know the barista at my native Capital One the place there is a Peet’s Espresso however I do not know a single one that works within the bank, as a result of once I wanted one thing from them, I wanted an authorized examine, they mentioned, oh, no, you’ve got Capital One on-line account, it’s important to name. I am like, however I am proper right here, I am unable to — no, they had been very insistent upon it. That appears to be like fairly unhealthy customer support, which is, I do not know, pretty typical for the business.
Gardner: Wow! Tim, do you want your bank?
Beyers: I like my regional bank. I’ve FirstBank of Colorado and I obtained to say, they have been fairly good. I feel there is a large distinction, possibly it is simply me, it may be slightly little bit of homespun feeling right here, however I feel there’s an enormous distinction between a regional bank and an enormous bank. So, I am a fan of FirstBank of Colorado, nevertheless it’s a small bank, it is a regional bank.
Kline: I agree fully. Once I lived in Connecticut, we went to Peoples Bank, which is a regional bank, and I knew the tellers, I knew the bankers. If I had an issue there was somebody you can name. Right here, I am a Wells Fargo buyer with my spouse, and the precise individuals within the bank. It is like everybody’s such as you’re onto your grandma, it is very pleasant, however the total company surroundings, it is nonetheless only a bank. Like, I would wish to see some differentiated service, someone turn out to be the T-Cellular of banking and actually attempt to disrupt and simply do it higher.
Beyers: And I’ll say, like, you already know, donuts on Saturday at FirstBank, if you come to Colorado, that is a practice. I imply, higher than going to Dunkin’ Donuts, David, that is what I am going to say, and free.
Gardner: Wow! Bank donuts. I’ve by no means heard of such a factor. Sensible! Alright, properly, we’re turning again to Dan now. And, Dan, on this case, we will be speaking in regards to the third largest bank within the U.S., fast trivia query for our listeners and make your guess, and in the event you guessed Citigroup, you are proper. The ticker image is only a single letter, yep, it is a kind of 26 or so corporations. The ticker image is C for Citigroup. It is a firm, lot of us will bear in mind, years in the past it merged with Vacationers, and that is the way it first form of blew up, mega merger. Citibank, Citigroup with Vacationers after which it later spun Vacationers off. Citibank as of late — properly, I am not going to say the market cap as a result of, Dan, you are about to present your greatest guess. Dan, what’s the market cap of Citi?
Kline: $163 billion.
Gardner: Tim, larger or decrease?
Beyers: Geez! That is actually particular. I will say, I will go in opposition to the grain right here, my intuition is to say barely larger, I will say barely decrease.
Gardner: And it’s decrease. Tim, good job, 4:4. The market cap of Citigroup is $102.15 billion. And I’ve to confess, I assumed that was low. Once more, I by no means reveal how ignorant I might be if I had been enjoying this sport. However sometimes I trace at it. And on this case, I might have thought that Citi was larger, simply appears like an even bigger world on the market. However, yeah, guys, Salesforce is 50% larger than Citi, regardless that it began slightly bit later measured by the calendar.
Beyers: It is a cloud world and the banks are simply residing in it, David, that is what it’s. It is a cloud world and the banks are simply residing in it.
Kline: And it is fascinating, as a result of I base that on having a way of the place Bank of America was, and I am really shocked it is that a lot completely different than the place they’re.
Gardner: Alright. Effectively now, we go away the relatively unfriendly territory of corporations I do not know that properly, that I am throwing in simply to maintain all people, particularly Aaron Bush sincere, and we return again to our dwelling stadium and a few of our favourite corporations. And this specific firm, Tim, I named as certainly one of my 5 Stocks For America final week. So, each 10 episodes or so of Rule Breaker Investing, I choose a 5-Stock Sampler. And final week, for individuals who have not listened, you may pay attention in once more, I hope these stocks will proceed to do properly. They’re beating the market after the primary week, however 5 Stocks For America, corporations that actually are emblematic of a number of, what I consider as American core values.
However within the case of this specific firm, its mascot, since it is a present of mascots, was actually one of many sons of liberty. And so, since I consider liberty as certainly one of America’s core values, ticker image SAM, Sam Adams, not solely only a large beer model, additionally the ticker image for the Boston Beer Firm, which is Jim Cook dinner’s based firm and the official identify of the company mum or dad. Tim, do you want beer?
Beyers: I do not drink beer anymore, is that — that is horrible, as a result of I ought to know this. And actually, I am going to simply say, again, you already know, years in the past, David, if you had us work on Odyssey 1, and that is one which longtime Idiot and a buddy of ours, Matt Argersinger, was simply going to the mat on in Odyssey 1, and man! it was an awesome stock within Supernova Odyssey 1, so I ought to know this higher. Matt, sorry.
Gardner: And, Matt, was engaged on our Stock Advisor staff. The truth is, it was May 2010, once we picked Boston Beer Firm. Matt pounding the desk again then for it, and it has been a 9-bagger for members within the now 10 years, as a result of it was May 2010; 10 years later a 9-bagger. So, a spectacular winner for a corporation that’s arguably on the one hand on the forefront of the craft brew business and but being fully undermined by every kind of recent craft beers and making SAM seem like a giant company beer in its personal means, Samuel Adams. However, Dan, are you a beer fan in any means, form or kind?
Kline: I am a really delicate beer fan, however the beers that I have been most desirous about are among the particular Sam Adams beers. I am from the Boston space. They usually actually pioneered the very limited-edition stouts and had been very costly. That I discovered very fascinating.
Gardner: So, I kind of really feel like we’re in Dan’s yard with this one, Tim, however I’m asking you, what’s the market cap of the Boston Beer Firm, ticker image SAM?
Beyers: So, it has been an enormous winner, like, you level out, David, however I do not assume it has been a lot of a winner over the previous year-and-a-half to 2 years, however I am not totally positive about that. I will make a fairly wild guess right here and say $27.1 billion.
Gardner: Dan, larger or decrease?
Gardner: Certainly, it’s fairly a bit decrease. And anytime that occurs, Tim, it all the time makes me counsel again to the analysts, have you considered shopping for the stock possibly? As a result of Boston Beer’s market cap is $6.65 billion. And so, for anyone who was considering it was +$20 billion, which means, in your thoughts, it may very well be a 3-bagger from right here, Tim.
Beyers: It may very well be, it may very well be. Yep, I would like to present it one other look right here. That is an excellent pull although, it is fascinating firm.
Kline: It is a robust area now. Principally, they created a blueprint that each one these upstart corporations are following and that turns into very — it is very tough to compete.
Gardner: I do assume that is true, Dan, however we had been, as a staff, on Stock Advisor, possibly three or 4 years in the past, saying that very factor, saying you already know, wow! That is so aggressive as of late, simply to get shelf area. And these guys are form of a tweener, they are not as large, not shut as Budweiser, however they are not cool anymore like your favourite native Swill or no matter it’s, however certainly, it is actually exceptional, earlier than we go to stock ten right here, guys, to assume again on that being a 9-bagger and but it is nonetheless only a $6.7 billion firm. So, it stays relatively small as large a performer as it has been on the stock market. So, thanks once more to Matt Argersinger.
And by my reckoning then, Dan, I consider you are profitable 5:4.
Kline: I am simply glad I didn’t humiliate myself, so, sure, it is 5:4. The worst I can do is tie.
Gardner: Neither certainly one of you humiliated yourselves, you had been each equal to it. And down the stretch we come. So, turning now to you, Dan. Dan, how do you retain your self entertained throughout these indoor days that we’re spending each single day it appears?
Kline: Effectively, I am fortunate that I reside someplace the place there’s loads of outdoor, so I’m spending time strolling. I have not been to the seaside although, we do have a really broad, open seaside, so it will be fairly secure. I have been to the pool, it is very empty, however I reside in a really outdated constructing, so most of these individuals are staying at dwelling. However that mentioned, I’m a giant Netflix man, I watch — properly, not simply Netflix, I watch loads of streaming. I am catching up on The Flash proper now. I are inclined to spend such a darkish and dour day with all of the information that is occurring, it is far more escapist leisure than I might usually watch. And I miss sports activities. [laughs] So, I am actually having a tough time with there being no Celtics sport, no Rangers video games, no Purple Sox video games. So, you already know, plenty of streaming and slightly little bit of old skool tv. My spouse and I’ve just a few issues we watch collectively.
Gardner: Good. And, Tim, are you streaming something as of late?
Beyers: I have been watching loads of YouTube; I have been watching loads of documentaries. And actually, I like that Netflix places loads of its documentaries on YouTube, the brand new Ava DuVernay documentary 13th is offered on YouTube. Effectively worth the watch. So, yeah, loads of YouTube, loads of documentaries. And I take heed to loads of podcasts.
Gardner: And I perceive that as properly. In my very own case, I am listening to fewer podcasts as a result of it was such a “once I’m driving” factor, and I am by no means driving as of late. So, I have not carved out as a lot time for podcasts, however, boy! I have been streaming too. And since we’re all simply making little suggestions, I am going to point out, on Netflix, the documentary Lenox Hill, the docuseries simply out final week or so. Actually nice. that New York Metropolis hospital true tales of the medical doctors which can be working there. And that is all pre-COVID. So, as you may think, and as I might count on, they’re painted as very human and really heroic by way of what they’re doing, and it is not even 2020 that you just’re watching. So, anyway, excessive advice for me on Lenox Hill.
Now, there’s one gadget that many individuals can stream many various companies off of. It is not nearly Netflix or YouTube, though, sure. Sure, actually Roku units do stream these. And it looks as if all people’s obtained their streaming channel as of late. I used to be including NBC one simply to look at outdated Saturday Evening Reside episodes on after which there’s the CBS one with Star Trek that I have not gotten round to but. And oh, my golly! There are lots on the market. Effectively, I do know you guys each know Roku. So a lot of our listeners have Rokus and I hope a lot of our listeners have Roku stock, ticker image ROKU.
Turning now to you, Dan, you are up 5:4. What’s the market cap of Roku, Inc.?
Kline: Oh! I like the product, however I do not examine the corporate. I will say $28.2 billion.
Gardner: Tim, larger or decrease?
Beyers: I feel that it is decrease, so I will say decrease.
Gardner: And what an awesome ending. It’s decrease. And so, gents, we’ve a tie. And one of many issues in regards to the market cap gameshows, there are not any tiebreakers, we do not have like, in the event that they tie, you then look again and see who was off probably the most or no matter an excellent tiebreaker rule may be, we do not have that. We simply celebrated the efficiency, and also you guys every introduced it with 5 corporations. Let me double underline it, the market cap for Roku is $12.84 billion. Dan, Tim, do you guys have Rokus? Dan, first.
Kline: I’ve certainly one of every part, however extra Rokus than anything. I even have the brand new TiVo gadget which has Roku embedded, which isn’t good however actually getting there to make ease of discovery and never having to change between apps. It is not all there but, however you may simply see, “Hey, I wish to watch this present, the place do I’ve that present?” And it will present you, you should buy it on Amazon, you can watch it without spending a dime on Netflix. A extremely fascinating growing product.
And I am going to point out, I had the CEO of TiVo on Idiot Reside, and the primary query I requested him, I cleared this with him, was, “Wait! there’s nonetheless a TiVo?” And completely, [laughs] there’s, they usually’re making a extremely fascinating shopper product.
Gardner: That is actually fascinating. Tim, what about you?
Beyers: I don’t have a Roku. We have had an Apple TV up to now, however I’ve to say. The extra that I examine this firm and the merchandise, I get far more desirous about it. And doing that interview of the TiVo CEO with Dan, I’ve to say, that kind of obtained me actually too, as a result of they’re wanting fairly broadly. It is very fascinating to see the variety of corporations which can be rolling up extra of our streaming selections. I feel Roku does this higher than anyone. So, I am actually desirous about it, however haven’t got one but.
Kline: Yeah, I am going to additionally level out that Google Chromecast is a part of that TiVo gadget. And it really works lots higher than Google Chromecast, as a result of I haven’t got to make use of my cellphone because the distant.
Gardner: Effectively that was enjoyable. 12 market cap sport exhibits now a part of historical past for this podcast. And thanks once more to Tim and to Dan for being good sports activities, and likewise fairly savvy. I am all the time impressed by anyone who will get a market cap fairly precisely, however I am much more impressed by the braveness that it takes to go on, and in entrance of America, in entrance of the world, since we’ve loads of worldwide listeners, present your ignorance typically about how far off you may be for a corporation’s market cap. And particularly considering once more of Boston Beer Firm, once I hear somebody good like Tim say, he thinks it is worth over $20 billion and it is worth lower than $7 billion, to me that all the time perks me up slightly bit and says, possibly I ought to have a look at that stock, possibly I ought to put that on my watchlist.
And I bear in mind, again within the day, the explanation we have all the time used at Etsy as our instance was as a result of Matt Argersinger saved doing that with Etsy. And in the event you purchased and held Etsy each single time that blew it and overestimated its market cap, you have made some huge cash.
Alright. Effectively, from market caps as little as Dunkin’, which was our lowest this week, $5.5 billion, as much as as massive as, yep, the most important market cap this week, larger than Salesforce, larger than Citigroup, was Tesla. So, from Dunkin’ to Tesla and every part in between, thanks once more for becoming a member of me this week.
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