Fitbit Inc (FIT)
$6.46 0.04 (0.62%)
15:01 EST FIT Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $6.42
Market Cap 1.36B
PE Ratio -5.13
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 3.20M
Day's Range 6.43 - 6.49
52-Week Range 2.81 - 7.26
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Given weak holiday quarter numbers and a weaker 2019 guide, Fitbit stock isn't worth buying until it drops below $5.
Fitbit shook up its lineup, with the new Versa Lite Edition smartwatch, while Inspire and Inspire HR replace a handful of fitness trackers.
Fitbit stock earnings largely refute the bear thesis, and the outlook of FIT is positive. Still, shares of Fitbit have become riskier.
Analysts were expecting Fitbit to earn $0.07 in the fourth quarter. It came in double the estimate at 14 cents a share. On the top line, revenues were $571.2 million, slightly ahead of both the year-ago figure and the consensus estimate.
The recent drawback in FIT shares makes for a compelling entry point if you're willing to take on some risk.
New figures are out showing global smartwatch shipments for the fourth quarter and for full-year 2018. These numbers show a smartwatch market that surged 56%....
Fitbit reported its latest quarterly results after hours, which included a guidance that missed expectations, sending FIT stock plummeting.
FIT should report relatively high fourth-quarter earnings per share, causing FIT stock to rise following the company's Q4 results.
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FIT stock appears initially untrustworthy, underlying positives may bring more surprises this year than you expect.
Fitbit stock is up 40% since late December, but a reality check later this month could easily unwind that move. So too could an IDC report to be released in early March.
FIT stock is climbing again - but it usually gives back its gains. This time is unlikely to be different.
The Fitbit growth narrative is improving thanks to robust smartwatch sales, but those improvements are now fully baked into Fitbit stock.
The new Fitbit Inspire launched with little fanfare, even though the cheap fitness tracker could be one of Fitbit’s most important products.
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