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FIT shares fell Thursday after a note from Pac Crest showed slow adoption for the Charge 2.
Potential lack of product demand prompted an analyst to downgrade shares of Fitbit.
An improving chart and quant upgrade suggest it's time for FIT to get pumped up.
GoPro introduces a new drone, but Jim Cramer isn't rushing out to buy the stock.
Fitbit shares could be about to surge, and the company is ripe for acquisition.
Apple continues to benefit from strong iPhone sales, but telecom carriers like T-Mobile are also benefiting.
Analysts (and Doug Kass) just don't get it; AAPL's product launch held all sorts of gems.
Shares of the wearable-fitness apparel were higher Tuesday after analysts with Morgan Stanley published a bullish report.
In a ruling Wednesday, a federal judge said the company didn't steal trade secrets from Jawbone, a competitor.
Uncertainty over the Fed's rate-hike plans led to jittery trading on Monday.
FIT shares have more than halved since its high above $50 last year, even as the company has ticked off five straight quarters of top- and bottom-line beats.
Most tech companies have reported positive earnings surprises so far.
This market is like a leaky helium balloon; watch out for sudden downdrafts.
Jim Cramer says Fitbit's CEO James Park has finally gotten in sync with Wall Street in terms of guiding earnings estimates.
Shares of Fitbit were higher Wednesday after posting solid second-quarter results.
The oversupply of oil continues to weigh on prices.
These companies are finally fulfilling their promises to investors.
U.S. stocks hold near lows through to the end of the session as crude oil closes below $40 a barrel, its lowest level since April, on continued supply worries.
Wall Street barely went anywhere on Wednesday, though slight gains for the Dow Jones Industrial Average were enough to push it to a new record close.
Still, I continue to believe that this is not a GoPro fad that peaked.
Shares of Fitbit slid on Wednesday after a report by Pacific Crest Securities noted weakening demand for the company's fitness trackers.
Wall Street made its best effort to extend a three-day winning streak into a fourth session but last-minute moves toward the flatline weren't enough on Thursday.