We have not looked at the charts of Sonos (SONO) for Real Money in two years. Back on August 9, 2018 when it was a new issue, we said, "Having a strong opinion with limited data is not the best way to go, but I can say that if SONO can rally above and stay above $20 it should look better on the chart." SONO never rallied above $20. Today SONO was downgraded by TheStreet.com's quantitative service to a sell recommendation.
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