Trulia (NYSE: TRLA) recently went public to much fanfare, and saw a huge pop on the first day, a welcome breath of fresh air after a slew of young tech companies have faceplanted following their initial offerings. The team is quick to point out two things:

  1. Trulia is a very small and rapidly-growing company. 
  2. They remain unprofitable. 

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