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2 Nov 2021 By Jonathan Guilford

A 48% collapse in the educational book-rental company’s shares – after it cut its sales forecast by just 6% – might seem draconian. Chegg’s misfortune shows how, for companies betting on long-term demographic trends, small shifts in assumptions can trigger huge changes in worth.

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