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Over the past two months, Bowlero shares have rallied more than 50%, compared to the S&P 500 which is up approximately 7%.
Bowlero’s roll-up strategy is perhaps its most attractive investment attribute given its proven M&A success.
Approximately 21% of Bowlero’s float is held short, making it one of the most heavily shorted U.S. mid caps and giving it enormous short squeeze potential.
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