Uber at the service of investors
Uber and Lift went wrong with their IPO. Prices fell by 30-40% and they don’t look very good. Investors are wary of these companies’ ability to earn the EPS they promise. Plus claims from taxi regulators from around the world.
However, we must understand two things:
1. This is the future of urban logistics, the process has started and cannot be stopped. You can only slow down, but there will be little sense.
2. If a recession comes, then staff will be laid off everywhere. There will be fewer job requests. And where will this army of unemployed go? … Uber by drivers. And the revenue will jump.
It turns out that Uber and Lift are the companies that can grow when the economy falls. I am considering buying long calls (470 days on sale, 800+ days on sale). The structure has not yet been determined. But companies can skyrocket up to $ 200-300. With limited risk, the returns can be very attractive.