The Vetr Crowd
October saw Match hit an all-time high of $19.40 before dipping 24 percent in early November to $15.26. Shares were splitting the difference at around $17.60 at last check.
Earlier this month, Aegis Capital announced they had shares of Match at Buy due to the steady growth and increased paid user base of Tinder, the Match-owned dating app.
Vetr's crowd target price is currently up at $20.05, which is above the average analyst target price of $16.85. Less than 2 percent of Vetr users hold MTCH in their watch lists.
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