How in the heck can you buy shares of a company where 50% of their customers stop using the product after a very short period of time
How exactly did longs see this ending?
What do you expect from a company that sells something that isn't used by 50% of their customers within a very short period of time
And that is why this sucker is going below 10
Looks like everyone who knows about the company is selling, i.e. insiders!
Go ahead and buy the shrinking one trick pony
ouch, this one is going to be brutal
Must watch TV !
Never walk, always run away from a company that does this
okay, well, good to know
Get a Fitbit like band on Amazon for $15
Not a good pony to stick your whole company on
It's well documented that around 50% of FitBit Buyers stop using the product after a short period of time
meanwhile, Apple is killing off the swiss watch making industry, slowly but surely
How exactly did you guys think this would end?
GoPro makes something with zero IP, and no barriers to entry
It's Chinese Manufacturer's Catnip !
This guy wants to talk about everything but what they actually do. Make a Camera with zero IP and no barriers to entry
He talks Social media and Drones, or anything else but what made his Company a Company. A freaking Ruggedized Polaroid Camera Maker
Not a good sign
The bundles are the same price as the cameras (Alone)
GoPro is definitely have sales problems this Xmas
I would not be surprised if 7/11 gave out a no name fitness band with purchase of a slurpee in the not too distant future
Yikes, hey GoPro, you Make Cameras, Remember?
I think the Sock Drawers of America are filling up with discarded Fitbits
That's what the market offered on that block of stock
When institutional investors are desperate to selling, the price takes a dive
The Canary in the Mine was when it was stated that Fitbit was willing to let their big investors sell earlier than they were allowed to after an IPO