This Groupon Chart Is Incredibly Sad Looking

This Groupon Chart Is Incredibly Sad Looking

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A couple weeks ago, shares of Groupon plunged after the company announced earnings revisions. Since then, it's only gotten worse. Just check out the plunge, and then hard grind lower in shares over the past several days. (Thanks to Aron Pinson for the pointer) Please follow Money Game on Twitter...
This Groupon Chart Is Incredibly Sad Looking
               

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