Dropbox Inc (DBX)
$20.20 0.00 (0.00%)
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Market Cap 1.49B
PE Ratio -14.66
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 28
Day's Range 20.20 - 20.20
52-Week Range 14.55 - 24.14
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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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.
Young investors can leverage their extra time to bet on high-growth stocks that are likely to jump on developing trends.
This list of seven tech stocks to buy now includes bargains like 5G play NOK stock and work-from-home standout Dropbox.
In sea of richly valued work-from-home enterprise tech stocks, DBX stock stands out as an attractively undervalued asset.
Dropbox (DBX) earnings for the cloud storage company's second quarter of 2020 have DPX stock taking a beating after-hours Thursday.
The Covid-19 pandemic changed the way we work, and this transformation has provided huge tailwinds for these work-from-home stocks.
In a sea of richly valued and overbought work from home stocks, Dropbox stock shines bright as an undervalued gem.
By Thomas Niel
Sifting through the many remote work stocks out there, these five come to mind as some that could keep on thriving: Atlassian Corporation Plc (NASDAQ:TEAM) DocuSign (NASDAQ:DOCU) Dropbox (NASDAQ:DBX) Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) Slack (NYSE:WORK) Let's dive in, and see why these 5 names could climb higher, even after the outbreak fades away.
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With the coronavirus changing the game, cloud computing is becoming even more important. These three cloud stocks could be big winners from the shift in our habits.
A strong earnings report and optimistic outlook skyrocketed Dropbox stock. However, the coronavirus put DBX back down to earth and it may continue to do so for some time.
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