MARKETWATCH - Mar 7 - Jefferies analyst Brent Thill raised his price target on Match Group shares to $50 from $44 late Tuesday, writing that he believes new investors haven't missed Match's rally entirely, despite the stock's 156% rise over the past 12 months. The S&P 500 is up 15% in that time. Thill wrote that Match Group shares still trade at a discount to shares of other subscription companies, including Netflix, Zillow Group and Angi Homeservices based on EBITDA. "The argument can no longer be made that Match is a cheap asset, but we still believe that upside remains," Thill wrote. Tinder continues to perform well and a new paid Tinder feature due out later this year is potentially "a catalyst that can move the stock."