For those of you living under a rock...
Uber's stock dropped for a second uber-disappointing trading day on Monday, May 13, 2019.
Friday it closed the day as the biggest initial public offering flop of the year.
Lyft last week reported first-quarter losses that topped $1 billion, mostly due to stock compensation but also because of $211.5 million, or $9.02 a share, in losses. The company did report better-than-expected revenue $776 million.
So where does Uber's stock do from here? Real Money tech columnist Eric Jhonsa joined TheStreet's Annie Gaus to share some thoughts about what to expect.