Chick Fil A IPO, When Will Chick Fil A Go Public? And Will Chick Fil A Ever Be Open on Sundays?

My Chick Fil A IPO Blog post review is I think timely in this current blog post, as Chick Fil A is now paying their employees $16.50 per hour, which is allowing them to fuel massive growth and have much more stable employees by putting them on a career track by making chicken sandwiches. I personally think that Chick Fil A is on a path to becoming the most popular fast food restaurant ever created, surpassing Subway, Chipotle, McDonald’s, Wendy’s and Burger King on its path to becoming the largest fast food chain that has ever existed. In this blog post, we’ll look at the numbers behind a potential Chick Fil A IPO, and will look at their revenue, their top products in terms of sales, what an earnings multiple on their stock price would likely look like, and a host of other factors. For more information, be sure to comment down below or to subscribe to our blog for additional details and information. 

The top ten fast food restaurants by revenue and number of franchises include the following, listed below:

  1. McDonald’s
  2. Chick Fil A IPOChipotle
  3. Chick Fil A
  4. Burger King
  5. Subway
  6. Wendy’s 
  7. Taco Bell
  8. Five Guys
  9. Panda Express
  10. Jimmy Johns

And a host of other restaurants, read on or subscribe to our blog for additional details and information. 

What are the Odds of a Chick Fil A IPO In the Next 5 Years, and Why Chick Fil A is Saying No

Personally, I think that the possible odds of a Chick Fil A IPO sometime in the next 5 years is around a 50% chance, in that they are leaving a ton of cash flow and possible money on the table by not going public at all, which leaves a ton of market share to their main competitors, being McDonald’s, Chipotle and Five Guys. In the fast food business game, especially at the level that Chick Fil A is at, market share is everything, and given their rapid growth rate, I think that they will eventually want to capitalize on this. 

If you’ve ever been to a Chick Fil A Restaurant to eat inside pre COVID, it is absolutely PACKED during the lunch rush, and you are literally eating elbow to elbow with someone to a ridiculous degree. This is the type of rapid growth and expansion that McDonald’s saw back in the 1970s when it was first starting to take off, and I am personally foreseeing Chick Fil A becoming one of the largest fast food restaurants in the world, and probably taking the number one spot, before they are to IPO. They are growing way too fast in terms of market share to give up now, and I see them going public and dominating the fast food game completely within the next 5 years. 

Final Thoughts on the Chick Fil A IPO, Why I’m Thinking It Will Be Private Until 2025

In short, while McDonald’s will be the reigning king for years to come, with a massive market cap of $170 Billion, I think that in 2025 this will switch as the annual revenue of chick fil a keeps growing, and they eventually start to take over the entire world market share of fast food. Have a different opinion on a possible Chick Fil A IPO and how they will dominate fast food market share in the future? Leave a comment or subscribe and tell us what you think. 

 

Cheers!

 

*Inflation Hedging.com

Sources:

https://www.bankrate.com/banking/cds/cd-rates/

https://money.cnn.com/data/markets/

 

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