Rich Duprey

Rich Duprey

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Rich has been a Fool since 1998 and writing for the site since 2004. After 20 years of patrolling the mean streets of suburbia, he hung up his badge and gun to take up a pen full time. Having made the streets safe for Truth, Justice, and Krispy Kreme donuts, he now patrols the markets looking for companies he can lock up as long-term holdings in a portfolio.

His coverage reflects his passion for motorcycles, booze, and guns (though typically not all exercised at the same time), but his writing also covers the broader sectors of consumer goods, technology, and industrials. So follow along as he tries to break down complex topics to make them more understandable and useful to the average investor.

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Recent articles

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Royal Caribbean to Acquire Remaining Stake in Silversea Cruises for $245M

The remaining one-third position was seriously devalued by the pandemic.


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Peloton Says a Cheaper Treadmill Could Be a Rich Opportunity

Rumors of less costly equipment have circulated for months.


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Why Camping World Is Soaring 15% Today

The RV retailer has been one of the biggest share gainers since the pandemic began.


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Expecting Another Netflix Subscriber Growth Blowout, Analyst Hikes Price Target to $670

A number of factors suggest that the streaming giant's own estimates are too conservative.


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Tyson Foods' $500M Investment in Automation Not Enough, More to Come

The meat processing industry could be transformed as COVID-19 leads the push to adopt more labor-saving technology.

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Uber Partners With London Ferry Business to Launch Boat-Based Commuter Service

Uber Boat would ply the waters of the Thames River and serve 23 piers for commuters.


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Can Casual Dining Restaurants Survive Social Distancing Rules?

The coronavirus pandemic has created new hurdles the industry needs to surmount.


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Burger King May Permanently Close 10% of U.K. Restaurants, Fire 1,600 Workers Due to Pandemic

The burger chain was unable to operate its restaurants during the crisis despite still having to pay fixed costs.


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Why Levi Strauss Tumbled Almost 10% Today

The company's second quarter lined up almost perfectly with the 10-week shutdown of the retail industry.


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BurgerFi Is About to Go Public. Should You Buy?

Does the market really need yet another better-for-you burger joint?

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Amazon Finally Makes a Basic Netflix Feature Available in the U.S.

Prime Video users will be able to set up as many as six individual profiles.


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Monster Beverage Prepares to Jump Onto the Hard Seltzer Bandwagon

Maybe yet another brand isn't what the market needs.


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Why Remark Holdings Is Plunging 25% Today

The AI and digital media company's first quarter was hit with a perfect storm of events.


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Why Rollins Stock Is Up 27.8% Over the First Half of 2020

The pest control leader found a new opportunity amid the global pandemic.


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Why Diageo Stock Fell 16.2% in the First Half of 2020

Every part of the distiller's worldwide operations was impacted by the global pandemic.

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Why Anheuser-Busch InBev Tumbled 39.7% in the First Half of 2020

The global pandemic was only one of the mega-brewer's problems.


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Nordstrom Tells Landlords It’s Only Paying Half Its Rent

Mall operators, though, have been aggressively fighting back against tenants going on a rent strike.


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Why Dollar General Stock Is Up 22.1% in the First Half of 2020

The deep discount retailer showed just how much of an essential retailer it was during the pandemic.


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Why Darden Restaurants Stock Tumbled 30.5% in the First Half of 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on the restaurant industry, which operated on a takeout-only basis.


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Genius Brands Announces Deal to Create Stan Lee Universe

But it will be based on the IP the comic book hero creator developed after Marvel Comics.