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The figures look good, but why do you feel that it is a tweener? Just because it is short of basic RM requirements, or because it is beginning to be able to dominate the market and dictate what happens in the industry?

I'll be honest, I don't know the company, never having seen a branch, but I have heard the name. How well did it fill the RB criteria? It certainly wasn't a first mover, but it is growing quickly at low cost. How do they grow- own stores or franchise? How many new stores do they plan on opening in the next year? Are they at risk of doing a Boston Chicken/Market/Whatever? As I say, I don't know the company, but these are some of the first questions that I would ask.


Think long, buy long, hold long.

PS congratulations on the new Fool.
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