One potential idea along these lines could be dating specialist Bumble (NASDAQ: BMBL), whose namesake app puts women in charge in a crucial way: In heterosexual pairings, only they can kick off a conversation. It also owns Badoo, which is popular in South America and Europe. While both are among the leaders in the online dating world, they have been moving in opposite directions lately.
Citi Director of Internet Equity Research Ygal Arounian joins Yahoo Finance Live to analyze Bumble's position in the online dating space and how the dating app and competitors — like the Match Group — may be experiencing slowing user growth.
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