2 Value Plays or 2 Value Traps?

The following video is part of today's MarketFoolery podcast, in which host Chris Hill, along with Bill Mann, Jason Moser, and Tim Hanson, discuss the latest business news. This morning, Best Buy announced that CEO Brian Dunn has left the company and executives from Cracker Barrel turned up the heat in their battle with investor Sardar Biglari of Biglari Holdings. So what sort of opportunity do these two stocks represent for investors? In this segment, the guys analyze Best Buy's options in a retail landscape that includes competition from Amazon.com and Radio Shack, as well as which side Cracker Barrel shareholders should be choosing.

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