Should You Buy The Trade Desk Stock After its 50% Drop?

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Is The Trade Desk (NASDAQ: TTD) stock a buy now? The Trade Desk stock was $972.80, and it crashed below below $500 after recent earnings, a 50% drop from recent highs. The Trade Desk beat on top and bottom lines and even raised guidance. So what gives? Why the huge drop? It was trading around $480 briefly, and its found a floor and is now trading around $550. Is The Trade Desk stock a buy? Why did it drop so much?

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