Buying the dip: Teladoc stock is down by 43% in premarket after a $6.67B in Q1

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The price of Teladoc stock has been in the red for the better of April and despite closing the market at a drop of 3.08%, it has gone ahead to register a 43% drop over in the premarket.

To help stock traders who want to take advantage of the Teladoc stock dip, Invezz has created a brief article on what it is and the best places to buy it.

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What is TDOC stock?

TDOC stock is the stock of Teladoc Health, Inc. and it trades on New York Stock Exchange under the symbol NYSE: TDOC.

Teladoc Health, Inc. is multinational telemedicine and virtual healthcare company. It is headquartered in the United States.

Teladoc’s primary services include telehealth, medical opinions, AI and analytics, telehealth devices, and licensable platform services. 

Should I buy the $TDOC today?

If you want to invest in a stock dip, then the current Teladoc stock dip could be a good opportunity.

TDOC stock price prediction

The Teladoc stock has been dropping since 29th March and analysts believe it is not far from hitting the bottom.

$TDOC social media coverage

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