Fitbit Inc (FIT)

NYSE
6.93
0.00(0.00%)
  • Volume:
    0
  • Bid/Ask:
    6.91/6.99
  • Day's Range:
    6.92 - 7.02

FIT Overview

Prev. Close
6.93
Day's Range
6.92 - 7.02
Revenue
1.32B
Open
6.99
52 wk Range
5.86 - 7.34
EPS
-0.98
Volume
0
Market Cap
1.89B
Dividend (Yield)
N/A (N/A)
Average Vol. (3m)
3,986,136
P/E Ratio
N/A
Beta
0.46
1-Year Change
3.9%
Shares Outstanding
272,468,352
Next Earnings Date
May 05, 2021
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Fitbit Inc Company Profile

Fitbit Inc Company Profile

Fitbit, Inc. is a provider of health and fitness devices. The Company's platform combines connected health and fitness devices with software and services, including an online dashboard and mobile applications, data analytics, motivational and social tools, personalized insights and virtual coaching through customized fitness plans and interactive workouts. It offers various fitness devices, including Fitbit Zip, Fitbit One, Fitbit Flex, Fitbit Flex 2, Fitbit Charge, Fitbit Charge 2, Fitbit Blaze, Fitbit Charge HR, Fitbit Surge, Fitbit Accessories and Aria. Its platform includes wearable connected health and fitness trackers, which are wrist-based and clippable devices that automatically track users daily steps, calories burned, distance traveled, and active minutes and display real-time feedback. Its trackers also measure sleep duration and quality, and its products track heart rate and global positioning system-based information. It also offers a wireless fidelity connected scale.

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    • Why has fit bit stock stopped
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      • fitbit now officially part of google
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        • So what will happen with this now. I purchased this ***years ago at $14.00 It has been sitting at the bottom of my toy box ever since.
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          • I feel you. 5 years and going
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        • EU green lights Google 2.1 billions to buy Fitbit. look down in the news
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          • Where they are up-to on Google acquisition? Any ideas?
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            • the most boring stock ever..
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              • ready to space
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                • why it's up?
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                  • lol. Notley fooled says it is NOW clear? FitBit is in trouble with out Google? FitBit imo has NO vision. they could be make StarTrek type wearable translation devices by now. Yes sure I admit I like the idea of the health care BUT in that case they can't compete all on their own. and they bern going down for a long time now. That step tracking was fun for a while though.
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                    • Everyone was pumping this on wsb the other day.
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                  • no way Google goes through with this purchase now.
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                    • Well at least it is not dropping like rock. think about it wearable tech is part of our future anyways.
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                      • Why would it drop like a rock? Google has offered 7.35 per share and Fitbit has accepted. If Fed approvals go through it’s a done deal.
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                    • I believe in this company, specially after when it's bought by Google, I think in 2020 it will rise up..
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                      • WRONG, Tiffany acquired by LVMH in Dec 2019. And Tiffany is still on the NYSE.
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                      • Albert Denghaha, I guess it's like a marriage then, sometimes they keep their names and sometimes they just take on one.
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                      • The bottom line is I think this company will rise up in 2020 who agrees? :D
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                    • what y'all think about the us department sticking their nose in Google and fitbits deal?
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                      • They got to do what they got to do. in the long run it's best but not a worry. no reason to think any wrong doing but this is for our protection in the long run.
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                    • I am buying here. . . TGT 9
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                      • Fitbit u r a lovely company. but make some exciting speach translating devices like StarTrek :)
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                        • Its the user data google wants not the device. Its a good play.
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                          • oh please
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                          • :) Id be more worried about a future employer seeing what I might right and some investong site like this. Do you really think someone wants yo know how far a walked to the moon. lol. I might gets some adds for Nike, now THAT would be a pain. haha.
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                        • I use my google home 20 times a day. Apple watches are too convoluted. Fitbit needs to make a better looking watch and have different abilities like language translation and I evolved but it in a heartbeat. i do own a roller Fitbit health tracker. it lets me know if I'm haveing trouble sleeping but I don't put that info on the net. why would I. I just hook it up to my cell but not the net. it's very useful but I want more different types of uses. it doesn't has free to be on one device. it's ok to have different devices for each use. people don't want one device to do everything anyways. they are slow and choosy to much that way. and are not as scattered with hard to control info. Fitbit has great potential.
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                          • I'd like to see Googke buy up babble and make a device like they got in Star Trek that instantly translates language. not as good as a person but it will get you by doing in a foreign city for a day of shopping : ) AND so you can talk to your relatives who don't speak the same language at a family get together.
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                            • its tanking bub.PhD in business Economics
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                              • what do you mean Mr. Cunningham, tanking bub. PhD in Business Economics? do you have any doubt for my PhD please ?
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                            • WHAT what about Vonage Holdings ? have anybody any idea what can happens today ? please ? best regards., Dr. Tasos Lazaridis., PhD in Business Economics, MIT USA.
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                              • Make sure to delete your data on your Fitbit before Google gets.. unless you trust Google, I know I dont
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                                • there is so much data out there it doesn't matter any more. ALL companies have tons of data. ALL.
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                              • you can short this down to 5 dollars. even if google does follow through its only trading at a small discount from the sale price and not even google can make this an attractive stock. easy win IMO
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                                • Google wont use fit data for ads.. lol the ad company is not going to use it for ads... hahaha sure, if you say so..
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                                  • in the future doctors and who knows anyone will be able to use this device that even help other people in emergency situations. How many times were you talk to your Google or the Amazon device or whatever and it was able to help you like it's awesome I know our phones can kind of do it but really let's face it the phones AR intrusive and are easy for people to steal from us and take information you can't steal someone's Fitbit watch get their information because it's not really on the watch its on a cloud somewhere. they could even make it so it only recognizes your voice. So whatever it's pretty cool.
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