FIT - Fitbit, Inc.

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
6.41
-0.10 (-1.54%)
As of 3:19PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close6.51
Open6.49
Bid6.41 x 2900
Ask6.42 x 21500
Day's range6.31 - 6.51
52-week range2.81 - 7.26
Volume10,033,434
Avg. volume7,091,435
Market cap1.711B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.03
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.86
Earnings date29 Jul 2020 - 03 Aug 2020
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est7.35
  • Fitbit launches a COVID-19 early detection study, and you can join from the Fitbit app
    TechCrunch

    Fitbit launches a COVID-19 early detection study, and you can join from the Fitbit app

    Fitbit's activity-tracking wearable devices are already being used by a number of academic institutions to determine if they might be able to contribute to the early detection of COVID-19 and the flu, and now Fitbit itself is launching its own dedicated Fitbit COVID-19 Study, which users can sign up for from within their Fitbit mobile app. In order to gather the data needed to see if they can do this, Fitbit is asking users in either the U.S. or Canada who have either had or currently have a confirmed case of COVID-19, or flu-like symptoms that might be an indicator of an undiagnosed case, to answer some questions in order to contribute to its research. Early detection could also have advantages in terms of treatment, allowing health practitioners to intervene earlier and potentially prevent the worst of the symptoms of the infection.

  • European Consumer Group Bashes Google-Fitbit Deal
    Motley Fool

    European Consumer Group Bashes Google-Fitbit Deal

    It's been over six months since Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOG) (NASDAQ: GOOGL) proposed its $2.1 billion acquisition of wearables maker Fitbit (NYSE: FIT). The deal has attracted criticism and underscored ongoing antitrust scrutiny of large powerful tech companies. Earlier this year, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) argued that the acquisition would represent "a high level of risk" to consumer data.

  • European Consumer Group Questions Alphabet's Fitbit Buy
    Motley Fool

    European Consumer Group Questions Alphabet's Fitbit Buy

    The BEUC argued by acquiring Fitbit, Google will have an "unparalleled position" in a bevy of markets.

  • EU consumer group warns against 'game-changer' Google-Fitbit deal
    Reuters

    EU consumer group warns against 'game-changer' Google-Fitbit deal

    Alphabet Inc-owned Google's planned $2.1 billion buy of fitness trackers company Fitbit may harm consumers and hinder innovation, European consumer group BEUC said on Wednesday, calling it a game-changer deal in the health and digital markets. Google announced the deal in November last year, a move which would allow it to take on Apple and Samsung in the crowded market for fitness trackers and smart watches. Critics however said the deal would give the U.S. tech giant access to a trove of health data gathered from Fitbit's fitness trackers and other devices used to monitor users' daily steps, calories burned and distance travelled.

  • Lyft's (LYFT) Q1 Loss Narrower Than Expected, Revenues Beat
    Zacks

    Lyft's (LYFT) Q1 Loss Narrower Than Expected, Revenues Beat

    Despite the coronavirus impact, Lyft's (LYFT) top line grew 23% in Q1 on arise in Active Riders and Revenue per Active Rider.

  • The top apps for working out at home: Tech Support
    Yahoo Finance

    The top apps for working out at home: Tech Support

    Looking to lose weight or stay in shape while stuck in your house? These at-home workout apps can help.

  • Fitbit (FIT) Q1 Loss Wider Than Estimated, Revenues Lag
    Zacks

    Fitbit (FIT) Q1 Loss Wider Than Estimated, Revenues Lag

    Fitbit (FIT) reports weak first-quarter results, with both earnings and revenues missing the Zacks Consensus Estimate.

  • Fitbit (FIT) Reports Q1 Loss, Misses Revenue Estimates
    Zacks

    Fitbit (FIT) Reports Q1 Loss, Misses Revenue Estimates

    Fitbit (FIT) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -9.09% and -30.31%, respectively, for the quarter ended March 2020. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?

  • Fitbit Reports First Quarter Results for the Three Months Ended April 4, 2020
    Business Wire

    Fitbit Reports First Quarter Results for the Three Months Ended April 4, 2020

    Fitbit, Inc. (NYSE:FIT) today reported revenue of $188 million, GAAP net income per share of $0.07, non-GAAP net loss per share of $(0.24), GAAP net income of $20 million, non-GAAP net loss of $(65) million, cash flow from operations of $(82) million, and non-GAAP free cash flow of $(86) million for its first quarter of 2020.

  • Fitbit Announces Large-Scale Study to Identify Atrial Fibrillation
    Business Wire

    Fitbit Announces Large-Scale Study to Identify Atrial Fibrillation

    Fitbit (NYSE: FIT) today launched the Fitbit Heart Study, its first large-scale, virtual study to validate the use of its wearable technology to identify episodes of irregular heart rhythm suggestive of atrial fibrillation (AFib), the most common form of heart rhythm irregularity. This study is part of the Company’s broader strategy to make easy-to-use tools that accelerate detection of a range of conditions more accessible. The Fitbit Heart Study aims to enroll hundreds of thousands of people, and its results will support the Company’s regulatory submissions globally.

  • Earnings Preview: Fitbit (FIT) Q1 Earnings Expected to Decline
    Zacks

    Earnings Preview: Fitbit (FIT) Q1 Earnings Expected to Decline

    Fitbit (FIT) doesn't possess the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.

  • Fitbit Schedules First Quarter 2020 Financial Results for May 6, 2020
    Business Wire

    Fitbit Schedules First Quarter 2020 Financial Results for May 6, 2020

    Fitbit (NYSE: FIT), the leading global wearables brand, today announced that it expects to release results for its first quarter 2020 on Wednesday, May 6, after market close. Due to the pending merger with Google, Fitbit does not plan to host an earnings conference call.

  • Fitbit Collaborates with Scripps Research and Stanford Medicine to Study the Role of Wearables to Detect, Track and Contain Infectious Diseases like COVID-19
    Business Wire

    Fitbit Collaborates with Scripps Research and Stanford Medicine to Study the Role of Wearables to Detect, Track and Contain Infectious Diseases like COVID-19

    Fitbit (NYSE: FIT) is collaborating with The Scripps Research Institute and Stanford Medicine on groundbreaking research aimed at using Fitbit data to help detect, track and contain infectious diseases like COVID-19. This new research consortium invites other institutions to join in this collective effort and share key learnings with the research community. Early detection is critical for effective public health response to infectious disease outbreaks. There already has been early evidence that wearables, like Fitbit devices, have the potential to help predict the onset of an infectious disease like the flu before symptoms start, and the goal of this consortium is to unlock similar potential via leading research institutions in response to COVID-19.

  • Fitbit (FIT) Expands Share in Wearable Space With Charge 4
    Zacks

    Fitbit (FIT) Expands Share in Wearable Space With Charge 4

    Fitbit (FIT) unveils Charge 4, which expands its family of Charge devices and enhances product offerings.

  • Fitbit Introduces Fitbit Charge 4, its Most Advanced Health & Fitness Tracker with Built-in GPS, Active Zone Minutes, Spotify, Sleep Tools, Fitbit Pay and More
    Business Wire

    Fitbit Introduces Fitbit Charge 4, its Most Advanced Health & Fitness Tracker with Built-in GPS, Active Zone Minutes, Spotify, Sleep Tools, Fitbit Pay and More

    Fitbit (NYSE: FIT) today announced the latest evolution of its most popular family of devices,1 Fitbit Charge 4™. Featuring Fitbit’s most advanced combination of sensors and features, now with built-in GPS and Spotify - Connect & Control,2 Charge 4 delivers what you want most in a health and fitness tracker, paired with essential smart features and up to seven days of battery life3 in a sleek, swimproof4 design - all at an approachable price. Charge 4 includes Fitbit’s latest innovation, Active Zone Minutes™, a new personalized standard based on your resting heart rate and age that tracks any workout that gets your heart pumping, from indoor biking to yoga, measuring the time you spend in each heart rate zone toward a weekly goal of 150 minutes.5 For more guidance and motivation in today’s environment, new content has been added to Fitbit Premium, including programs, workouts from brands like barre3, Down Dog and Physique 57, mindfulness tools, challenges and more. Along with 40 new pieces of free content, Fitbit is offering a free 90-day trial for new Premium users. With the launch of new tools, software and content, being "on Fitbit" offers even greater value for users looking to manage their overall health.

  • Fitbit (FIT) Down 4.5% Since Last Earnings Report: Can It Rebound?
    Zacks

    Fitbit (FIT) Down 4.5% Since Last Earnings Report: Can It Rebound?

    Fitbit (FIT) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.

  • Fitbit (FIT) Q4 Loss Wider Than Estimated, Revenues Lag
    Zacks

    Fitbit (FIT) Q4 Loss Wider Than Estimated, Revenues Lag

    Fitbit (FIT) reports weak fourth-quarter results, with both earnings and revenues missing the Zacks Consensus Estimate.

  • Fitbit (FIT) Reports Q4 Loss, Lags Revenue Estimates
    Zacks

    Fitbit (FIT) Reports Q4 Loss, Lags Revenue Estimates

    Fitbit (FIT) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -400.00% and -5.99%, respectively, for the quarter ended December 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?

  • Associated Press

    Fitbit: 4Q Earnings Snapshot

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) _ Fitbit Inc. (FIT) on Thursday reported a fourth-quarter loss of $120.8 million, after reporting a profit in the same period a year earlier. On a per-share basis, the San Francisco-based company said it had a loss of 46 cents. Losses, adjusted for costs related to mergers and acquisitions and pretax expenses, came to 12 cents per share.

  • Daily Crunch: Twitter threads are getting easier
    TechCrunch

    Daily Crunch: Twitter threads are getting easier

    Twitter is rolling out a "continue thread" button, ViacomCBS has big plans for its streaming service and Morgan Stanley acquires E-Trade. Twitter is adding a new feature for mobile users to make it easier to link dispersed tweets together. Per 9to5Mac, the feature — which Twitter tweeted about yesterday — is slowly rolling out to its iOS app.

  • EU privacy body warns of privacy risks in Google, Fitbit deal
    Reuters

    EU privacy body warns of privacy risks in Google, Fitbit deal

    Alphabet Inc-owned Google's $2.1 billion bid for fitness trackers company Fitbit could pose privacy risks, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) warned on Thursday, adding its voice to other critics of the deal. Google announced the deal in November last year, as it seeks to compete with Apple and Samsung in the crowded market for fitness trackers and smart watches. Fitbit, whose fitness trackers and other devices monitor users' daily steps, calories burned and distance travelled, would give the U.S. tech giant access to a trove of health data gathered from Fitbit devices.

  • EU privacy body warns of risks in Google, Fitbit deal
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    EU privacy body warns of risks in Google, Fitbit deal

    Alphabet-owned Google's $2.1 billion bid for fitness tracker company Fitbit could pose privacy risks. That was the warning from the European Data Protection Board on Thursday (February 20). It's the latest to add a critical voice to the deal. Google announced the deal in November last year. It wants to compete with Apple and Samsung in the crowded market of fitness trackers and smart watches. Fitbit trackers and other devices monitor daily steps, calories burned and distance travelled. They also hold the key to a trove of health data gathered from the devices. Giving U.S. tech giant Google such access is worrying, the EU privacy watchdog said. It urged the companies to mitigate possible privacy and data protection risks before seeking EU antitrust approval for the deal.

  • Google gobbling Fitbit is a major privacy risk, warns EU data protection advisor
    TechCrunch

    Google gobbling Fitbit is a major privacy risk, warns EU data protection advisor

    The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) has intervened to raise concerns about Google's plan to scoop up the health and activity data of millions of Fitbit users -- at a time when the company is under intense scrutiny over how extensively it tracks people online and for antitrust concerns. Google confirmed its plan to acquire Fitbit last November, saying it would pay $7.35 per share for the wearable maker in an all-cash deal that valued Fitbit, and therefore the activity, health, sleep and location data it can hold on its more than 28M active users, at ~$2.1 billion. Google, meanwhile, is in the process of dialling up its designs on the health space.

  • Analysts Estimate Fitbit (FIT) to Report a Decline in Earnings: What to Look Out for
    Zacks

    Analysts Estimate Fitbit (FIT) to Report a Decline in Earnings: What to Look Out for

    Fitbit (FIT) doesn't possess the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.

  • Will Non-iPhone Segments Drive Apple's (AAPL) Q1 Earnings?
    Zacks

    Will Non-iPhone Segments Drive Apple's (AAPL) Q1 Earnings?

    Apple's (AAPL) fiscal first-quarter 2020 results are expected to reflect robust performance of the non-iPhone segments.