Dropbox Inc (DBX)
$16.75 0.49 (2.84%)
19:58 EST DBX Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $16.75
Market Cap 1.24B
PE Ratio -12.16
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 6.19M
Day's Range 16.63 - 17.22
52-Week Range 16.63 - 26.49
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Dropbox stock (DBX) is up more than 8% after hours as the file-sharing service's earnings came in four cents ahead of Wall Street's guidance.
Dropbox stock (DBX) fell more than 0.6% on Friday following updated Wall Street forecasts on the company's earnings for its current quarter.
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Worries about the departure of Dropbox's COO are temporary. DBX stock should be OK in the months ahead as the company's plans are greater than just one person.
Dropbox (DBX) stock fell more than 8% after the bell following the company's quarterly earnings results, which saw its profit top analysts' expectations.
There's no public information that explains why DBX stock has gone from $31 to $42 in the span of three days. Dropbox has now doubled from its IPO price.
Our lives are increasingly more dependent on the cloud than ever. This is only going to increase. BOX is a supplier to the field so it will likely be prolific for years to come.
DBX stock is under some pressure on the earnings headline. But this is not to say that its future is bleak. The cloud is large enough an arena that there is room for most providers to prosper. Bet long on DBX.
Dropbox (DBX) reported its latest quarterly earnings results after the bell Thursday, which topped analysts' expectations, but shares fell after hours.
The first DBX earnings report is about to come out, and an earnings beat may set a trend for Dropbox stock for a time. Dropbox lacks a moat and faces formidable competition in the long run, making an earnings beat critical.
DBX may look like an expensive, hyped technology stock, but its user growth is very real. Though risky, the odds of Dropbox disappointing investors are low.
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