I want some thoughts on $LYFT Go!
.Yegor's avatar
If you are looking at $LYFT buy $UBER
Eric Pelnik's avatar
@steven_xu @patwallen are a couple holders of Lyft...alternatively, would be curious why @bwright83 @rihardjarc and @brad own Uber over Lyft!
Pat's avatar
@patwallenNovember 4
@eric my thesis is an absurd thesis- I think prop 22 is destined for failure, smart EV autonomous vehicles will supplement the ride sharing world, and Uber will fail under its own weight- leaving Lyft to be purchased by an Aurora or Cruise or the like. It’s a long term data play and nothing else
Brad Thibeau's avatar
Lyft is a service, a great service. They have a wonderful ride share business and everyone I've ever interacted with there is fantastic.

I just don't have any interest in owning a rideshare business. Uber, on the otherhand, is a platform. I love platform businesses.
delos's avatar
@diggityNovember 3
give a thought get a thought 💭 😝. i dunno 🤷🏻‍♂️ i prefer them over $UBER ?
Todd Campbell's avatar
How does robotaxi's like Cruise fit into LYFT/UBER's strategy. Are they working on it internally or relying on external development (ie. TSLA Cruise, etc). I know it's a little ways off but I think LT investors have to consider the good, bad, and possibly, ugly implications....
Nathan Worden's avatar
Lyft will probably never gain much more than 30% market share to Uber's 70%.

Right now they're hovering at 68% Uber / 32% Lyft. I don't expect the competitive dynamics to change such that this market structure will meaningfully shift.

Rick Gurner's avatar
Worse than Uber. Won't catch up.

Uber isn't great either though.
W.J.B's avatar
@willbergersenNovember 4
You’d assume Uber’s revenue could be many multiples of Lyft’s for mobility, given they operate in 40x more countries.… and yet, they only generate a little over 2x the revenue for that segment? Q2 $UBER $1618M, Q2 $LYFT $765M 🤔



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