ActiveAllocator Opinion – I profoundly disagree with U.S. Rep. David Cicilline, D-R.I., who chairs the House’s antitrust subcommittee, and has come out in opposition of the Uber Grubhub deal. In a statement, he described it as ” marks a new low in pandemic profiteering”. I compare the pros and cons of fixed price (number of shares issued varies depending on acquiror’s stock price changes) and fixed exchange ratio (constant number of shares issued, value delivered changes). The Uber offer is a fixed exchange ratio and show in this visual that in my opinion Grubhub investors interests are well served. This is not pandemic profiteering!