Dropbox Inc (DBX)
$22.16 0.22 (1.00%)
19:58 EST DBX Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close -
Market Cap 1.64B
PE Ratio -16.09
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 4.21M
Day's Range 21.78 - 22.37
52-Week Range 14.55 - 25.16
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Dropbox (DBX) layoffs were announced by the company's CEO this morning and DBX stock investors will want to know more about the changes.
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The market should soon realize how extremely profitable Dropbox now is and how much FCF it produces. Expect to see Dropbox stock rise significantly from here.
Dropbox stock is headed in the opposite direction than its cohort. While most other cloud stocks caught fire, DBX wallowed near lows.
Investors are starting to recognize Dropbox’s importance in the work from home trend, so as subscriptions grow, so to will this company’s profits.
Dropbox stock seemingly has a great opportunity in light of the work-from-home angle in the new normal. However, this narrative isn’t quite as convincing under the spotlight.
Businesses and individuals are shifting to a distributed work paradigm. You can own Dropbox stock to capitalize on this irreversible trend.
Dropbox stock is getting no love from the markets, dropping as investors wait for the company's Q3 report.
Dropbox stock has fierce competition from mega-caps with deep pockets. But the new normal made so they can all win.
The novel coronavirus pandemic brought M&A to a halt. But as normalcy returns, so may acquisitions — and these 10 buyout stocks could benefit.
The recent tech stock sell-off has plunged DBX stock into undervalued territory, yet Dropbox's fundamentals remain strong.
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In sea of richly valued work-from-home enterprise tech stocks, DBX stock stands out as an attractively undervalued asset.
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