Ep 58: Why Boxed is a Takeout Candidate

Ep 58: Why Boxed is a Takeout Candidate


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Amid the ups and downs of the stock market, it comes as little surprise to us here at Tematica that thematically well-positioned companies are M&A takeout candidates. We’ve seen it before, and odds are we will see it again. If you’ve been listening to CNBC or FOXBusiness, we are once again hearing that Boxed, a company that sits at the crosshairs of our Connected Society and Cash-Strapped Consumer investing themes, is once again in those crosshairs. Again, no surprise to us given we see Boxed as a cross between Amazon (AMZN) and Costco Wholesale (COST). With Walmart (WMT), Target (TGT), Kroger (KR) and others looking to catch Amazon, we see the logic.

For more on Boxed, here’s the conversation between Tematica’s resident mixologists, Lenore Hawkins and Chris Versace with Boxed CEO Chieh Huang. It’s a conversation filled with confirming data points as well as some movie references to keep it fun and one that will leave you understanding why any of those companies we mentioned above could benefit from the addition of Boxed.



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Lenore Hawkins & Chris Versace
Lenore Hawkins serves as the Chief Macro Strategist for Tematica Research. With over 20 years of experience in finance, strategic planning, risk management, asset valuation and operations optimization, her focus is primarily on macroeconomic influences and identification of those long-term themes that create investing headwinds or tailwinds. Chris Versace is Tematica's Chief Investment Officer and editor of Tematica Investing newsletter. All of that capitalizes on his near 20 years in the investment industry, nearly all of it breaking down industries and recommending stocks.

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