Mobile-gaming company Skillz (NYSE: SKLZ) has established at least one solid track record with investors since it went public: It routinely surpasses its revenue guidance and raises its top-line expectations. When it comes to profitability, Skillz is far behind where its management thought it would be by this point, which is partly why the stock is down almost 90% from the all-time high it touched last year. Skillz landed in eighth place in the episode, and contributors Jon Quast and Jose Najarro explain why.
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