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The introduction of a new device, the Inspire, by the maker of fitness trackers comes after its shares already have surged 31% year to date.
The iPhone maker is a show-me stock ahead of its fiscal first-quarter results
If Blue Apron is 'guilty' of this common practice then so are a bevy of other well-known companies in and out of the S&P 500.
Where are we headed in 2019? The independent research firm's equity analysts offer their prognostications for the year.
When there is real market turmoil, the smaller names usually are damaged more than their large-cap cousins.
It's been fun to watch some of the stocks that got beaten up badly in 2018 show some signs of life early in the New Year.
Fitbit's balance sheet remains solid and I still believe it is undervalued.
This fear and volatility, if it continues, will make tax-loss selling season even more interesting.
This cash-flow positive company is trading for just $6, and it could easily become a target for acquisition.
Apple's long-term thesis is emboldening analysts.
Fitbit's shares sank Wednesday on the unveiling of the Apple Watch Series 4, which poses fresh competition for the maker of the Versa smartwatch.
These stocks show the danger of buying at steep post-IPO prices.
Zoe's Kitchen, Fitbit, GoPro and even Shake Shack show the danger of buying at steep post-IPO prices.
Listen to Cramer equate Sonos to Fitbit, which is the "kiss of death."
Two other value names, Kulicke & Soffa and FreightCar America, draw mixed reactions after posting results.
The parent of Applebee's and IHOP beat on the bottom line but missed on the top line in the second quarter.
It has been a phenomenal stock picker's market since last summer within distressed value.
The connected audio pioneer has a quality product line. But it has been losing money, and tech giants are starting to take aim.
When investing it pays to keep an open mind, whether that is regarding Blue Apron , Snap or even Fitbit . Its been a bit since I checked in on FIT, but Jonathan Heller posted a solid note on the company today, and while he shares the same view I do ...
I still believe that the company will ultimately be acquired by a bigger fish.
Though many tech stocks still trade at reasonable valuations, some recent run-ups look questionable.
These names are showing bullish or bearish reversals patterns over the last week.
If you own these, seriously consider locking in gains before they become the next casualties of war.
As usual, it's been a mixed bag in the convoluted world of value.
Six formerly hot stocks that crashed and burned -- and three still too hot to touch.