TheStreet's Jim Cramer says he has gone back and forth on Fitbit (FIT) , but now he sees it as a commodity business that doesn't deserve a premium multiple. Cramer says, "Repeatedly, the company has said that it's not a commodity...the problem with Fitbit is you need one and you don't necessarily need to upgrade. The world is flooded with lookalikes."
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