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Why Do Meta Shares Crash After Earnings?




Why Do Meta Shares Crash After Earnings?

In this video I go through it Metaplatforms(NASDAQ: META) first quarter earnings report. The company reported an increase in both top and bottom line results, but that wasn’t enough.

*The stock prices used were from the trading day of April 24, 2024. The video was published on April 24, 2024.

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