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October 19, 2021 5 min

Metro Mile is one of many stocks that got annihilated by the SPAC bubble  burst in late February of this year, and has since fallen 80% from it’s  all time high of like $20 bucks. On top of that, the company has been  hammered by the pandemic as people aren’t driving as much these days. So while it’s currently trading in the $3 dollar range, I’m very bullish  about Metro Mile as a disruptor in the auto insurance industry and  genuinely feel it’s positioned well in the early stages of its growth  ascension to make some much needed noise in an industry that’s outdated  and quite frankly ripe for disruption!

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