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This week, Bill Enright, co-host of Bull Market Fantasy, Jim Cramer and Katherine Ross compared the combined fantasy points of Tariq Cohen and David Montgomery--both of whom are running backs for the Chicago Bears--against the stock of eBay.
Let's start with eBay.
eBay hit the headlines earlier this week after it agreed to sell Stubhub to Viagogo for a whopping $4 billion.
eBay had, according to reports, started to consider selling Stubhub back in July.
The sale came after both Elliott and Starboard had taken activist stakes in the company.
eBay bought Stubhub for around $310 million back in 2007.
"We believe this transaction is a great outcome and maximizes long-term value for eBay shareholders," said Scott Schenkel, interim CEO of eBay. "Over the past several months, eBay's leadership team and Board of Directors have been engaged in a thorough review of our current strategies and portfolio, and we concluded that this was the best path forward for both eBay and StubHub. We firmly believe in the StubHub business and we are excited about its future growth potential with Viagogo as its owner."
"I find it very complicated," Enright said about the Stubhub app.
"I find it very complicated," said Enright.
They have great customer service, Cramer answered. He added that he bought "my tickets to the Eagles from Wembley. Wow. I couldn't believe it."
Cohen, on the other hand, has been a disappointment to Cramer.
"That might be the worst pick of your draft," said Enright.
"But it's not your fault that he's just not getting the usage. The Bears offense is terrible," Enright continued.
Both Enright and Cramer went with eBay. But, who would you choose?