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Match Group (NASDAQ: MTCH) is one of the few companies that hasn't joined the party. Investors have soured on the once-hot stock due to a narrative of saturation at its flagship Tinder app, slowing revenue growth, and declining profit margins. Combined with a new robust share repurchase program, is Match Group stock a can't miss buying opportunity at these depressed prices?
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