It’s hard to decide which is the better deal for fans of Chipotle Mexican Grill right now. Its food—the company is testing a “Low Roller” menu with inexpensive options starting as low as $2.25? Or its stock—the price spread between the company’s identical-in-economic-value-but-different-in-voting-rights shares (Class A shares were trading around $83 at press time, Class B shares about $66) is approaching historic proportions. Both look like bargains to us. Even the slumping economy can’t ...
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