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         Beyond Meat Stock Could Be in Trouble Due to Rising Legal Concern

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Beyond Meat Stock Could Be in Trouble Due to Rising Legal Concern

Investors should not take Beyond Meat's legal issues lightly

 

By Will Ashworth, InvestorPlace Contributor

Feb 12, 2020

 

Forget the Harvard study that shows a four-ounce Beyond Meat (NASDAQ:BYND) burger has 390 milligrams of sodium, almost five times the levels for a regular meat equivalent; Thatís the least of the companyís concerns now. A lawsuit against the company is gaining speed, and the ramifications for Beyond Meat stock are all too real

 

Howís that?

 

Companies, especially prominent ones, often face legal issues from disgruntled former employers, suppliers, etc. The fact Don Lee Farms is suing the company for breaching its exclusive supply agreement and misappropriating trade secrets, in and of itself, doesnít mean anything.

 

However, the fact that Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Mary Strobel has granted a motion for a writ of attachment directing Beyond Meat to set aside money to make restitution to Don Lee Farms should make recent buyers of Beyond Meat stock take notice.

 

Up 57% year-to-date, these gains could disappear in a hurry if the companyís legal fight heats up further.

 

What does a future finding in favor of the plaintiff mean for Beyond Meat? Could a verdict against the company sink it financially? Or, is this a case of the media making a mountain out of a molehill?

 

Iíll take a look at both sides of the argument.

 

It Will Cost Beyond Meat Stock Dearly ...

 

Nothing to See Here ...

 

The Bottom Line on Beyond Meat Stock ...

 

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3 Big Reasons to Avoid Beyond Meat Stock

Beyond Meat stock isn't worth its risk as Beyond's legal troubles heat up. Its valuation has gotten far too high.

 

By Laura Hoy, InvestorPlace Contributor

Feb 13, 2020

 

After a meteoric rise in 2019, the share price of plant-based burger maker Beyond Meat (NASDAQ:BYND) has dropped in recent months. Now that Beyond Meat stock is trading under $120 per share, many are wondering whether itís a good time to buy the stock. After all, the share price was more than twice as high back in July. But the meat-replacement manufacturer could have a bumpy road ahead as legal troubles, competition and high expectations weigh on its share price.

 

Hereís a look at three reasons why investors should proceed with caution when it comes to Beyond Meat.

 

Beyond Meatís Legal Difficulties ...

 

Beyond Meatís Competition Is Rising ...

 

Valuation Concerns ...†

 

The Bottom Line on Beyond Meat Stock ...

 

more, including links†

https://investorplace.com/2020/02/3-reasons-to-avoid-beyond-meat-stock/