The rally is over.
Shares of the burger chain were down nearly 5% near noon on Wednesday after climbing by more than 11% on Tuesday to close a new all-time high.
There’s no immediate news on the company, though the stock is up 30% from its IPO in January and has had a wild ride since its massive debut.
Shares of the company rose more than 120% on their first day of trading.
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