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Various technical metrics indicate that shares have yet to find a floor of support.
Nutrisystem faces stiff competition from Weight Watchers after TV host Oprah Winfrey revealed she lost 40 pounds using Weight Watchers.
An eclectic mix of 20 companies made my cut of stocks trading at 1x to 2x net current asset value.
Wearables, the iPhone 7, virtual reality, cybersecurity spending and Twitter each confounded expert predictions this year. What should investors take away from all this?
Kulicke & Soffa and FreightCar America are two names that make relatively inexpensive targets.
GNC Holdings and Fitbit are among the beaten-down names, yet their forward multiples are enticing.
The Dow's winning streak continued with the index closing higher for the 18th time in 22 sessions and clinching a record settlement for the third day in a row.
The outlook on the wearable technology space is not all doom and gloom.
Stocks moved slightly higher Thursday on the first trading session of December after the markets rallied throughout November
Wall Street remained divided as investors tried to gauge possible policies after a Trump win.
Jim Cramer says he was once a fan of Fitbit and GoPro but realized his mistakes long ago and actually owned up to them.
Last week, L Brands , a quality retailer that operates Victoria's Secret and Bath and Body Works, released a sales warning. On Wednesday, Costco released its monthly sales, up 2%. While there are attempts to dress up a pig, the numbers were not good...
Stocks moved lower as an earnings-driven selloff in Facebook and Fitbit shares dragged on the Nasdaq.
Jim Cramer says he's not a fan of Fitbit after the company's latest results.
Facebook's (FB) 3rd quarter revenue soared 56% to $7 billion and its quarterly profit nearly tripled to $2.38 billion but the growth forecast wasn't enough for Wall Street.
On Wednesday, November 2, the Federal Reserve's November statement is released, along with quarterly results from China-based ecommerce giant Alibaba.
The highly elusive Cleveland Research is putting the screws to Fitbit.
Today's Fitbit downgrade suggests inventory problems could plague the company and Apple is emerging as the health play in the wearable technology space, says Jim Cramer