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Jim Cramer says he was once a fan of Fitbit and GoPro but realized his mistakes long ago and actually owned up to them.
U.S. stocks wavered early Friday on the heels of the October employment report which showed businesses added 161,000 jobs in the month.
Shares of GoPro were spiraling down following disappointing results by the action-camera maker.
On Thursday, November 3, investors will get quarterly results from Starbucks and Credit Suisse.
Sometimes, just watching the market can tell you what you need to know.
Technical signs and the potential for a big holiday season make the former go-go stock a name to buy.
GoPro introduces a new drone, but Jim Cramer isn't rushing out to buy the stock.
New drone looks cool, but that can't mask company's larger issues.
The action camera leader's new cameras feature several improvements that should be well-received by its base, but its Karma drone could give consumers sticker shock.
U.S. stocks fluctuate during the afternoon session on Monday as nerves over the Federal Reserve's meeting this week peaks.
Shares of GoPro were higher Monday after unveiling three new products
Bank of America initiated coverage on GoPro Friday with a BUY and set the price target at $19.
This is a stock on which I would avoid naked straddles or strangles.
If nothing more, GoPro is surely worth mounting on the watch list.
We also look at the charts of GoPro, Ambarella and Bed, Bath and Beyond.
Jim Cramer says Fitbit's CEO James Park has finally gotten in sync with Wall Street in terms of guiding earnings estimates.
These companies are finally fulfilling their promises to investors.
Facebook crushes earnings expectations while SABMiller puts a hold on the AB InBev deal.
Apple and other tech giants will report, while the FOMC also meets.
Still, I continue to believe that this is not a GoPro fad that peaked.
Stocks ended the week in the red, amassing more losses for the fourth session since Monday.
Apple needs to take a page out of Microsoft's playbook and use some of its cash hoard to make a big buy.
The question is whether the chip maker offers brighter forward prospects or lets shareholders down again.
Consumer growth generally has a timer, and it only takes one or two quarters to change the trend.
Shares shine after sporting deals and Wells Fargo want your wallet to be mobile.
DSW falls short of expectations while deals boost GoPro, Google and Netflix