Tiptree (TIPT) falls 2.10% for September 14

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Today, Tiptree Inc Inc’s (NASDAQ: TIPT) stock fell $0.21, accounting for a 2.10% decrease. Tiptree opened at $10.06 before trading between $10.18 and $9.75 throughout Tuesday’s session. The activity saw Tiptree’s market cap fall to $327,054,344 on 92,864 shares -above their 30-day average of 53,771.

About Tiptree Inc

Tiptree Inc. is a holding company that allocates capital across a broad spectrum of businesses, assets and other investments. Its principal operating business, Fortegra, is a specialty insurance program underwriter and service provider, which focuses on niche business lines and fee-oriented services. Tiptree also allocates capital to a diverse group of select investments that the company refers to as Tiptree Capital.

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