In this market, pizza is trading more than double that of the metaverse on a P/E basis 😅
$DPZ vs $META, what’s the better investment?

Conor Mac's avatar
More degree of confidence that Dominos is still around in 20-Y time.
Neil's avatar
Wait until they come out with their NFP (non fungible pizza)
Stock Metal Investment's avatar
Dominos all day. Really not a fan of $META plans. DPZ is a world class business
Dividend Dollars's avatar
Pizza is tangible lol, I’m more on team $DPZ than team $META 😂
Yegor's avatar
At least domino’s doesn’t try to sell me trading courses
Leandro's avatar
@from100kto1m Just give it some time...You'll get a menu with pizza, chicken wings and TA in no time
Yegor's avatar
@invesquotes probably bullish for their new revenue segment growth 🤣
Scoreboard Investor's avatar
If we’re looking solely from the pizza aspect, I know I’d rather eat my pizza IRL than VR 😂


But I’d pick $DPZ anyways
Green Candle Investments's avatar
Are you a $FB bull? I still feel Meta is overvalued
Michael Szumielewski's avatar
@greencandleit I am bullish on $META, although there are a few things that worry me, like the competition from TikTok and the massive spending on the metaverse.
Dissecting the Markets's avatar
$DPZ relied a lot on buybacks to prop their share price higher. Because of it, they're sitting on tons of debt. I hear that they will halt buybacks and focus on paying down debt. The debt is so huge that it will take them many years to pay it off.
Michael Szumielewski's avatar
@dissectmarkets Good point, the debt is something to keep an eye on long-term.
Joshua Simka's avatar
@dissectmarkets Yes, this right here! It's especially concerning given the rising rate environment. And then there's inflation in the restaurant space. $DPZ executes well and they're innovative and they have a good product... but the revenue growth is expected to be somewhere in the area of 10%. Assuming the stock returns something in that ballpark I think there are more appealing opportunities for a modest 10% annualized that don't have the balance sheet risk Dominos does.