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GPRO $44.66 -0.87%
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Today's Open $45.05
Previous Close $45.05
Daily Range $44.32 - $45.68
52-Week Range $28.65 - $98.47
Market Cap $5.8B
P/E Ratio 48.97
Dividend (Yield) $0.00 (0.0%)
Volume 4,807,837
Average Daily Volume 8,266,379
Current FY EPS $1.10



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GoPro's action cameras, video-editing software, and media platform allow users to share their experiences with people across the world. Website:

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Why You Shouldn't Expect GoPro Stock to Stabilize Anytime Soon

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Why Shares of GoPro Inc. Are Soaring Today

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Why GoPro Stock Is Down Double Digits After a Great Quarter

GoPro's stock slid after its earnings report, but its fourth-quarter and full-year results aren't to blame.

3 Reasons Investors Should Love GoPro Stock for 2015

GoPro is one of the more volatile stocks lately. However, the stock could surge higher in the year ahead thanks to these three catalysts.

Is GoPro Inc.'s Deal With Roku a Media Game Changer?

Is GoPro’s deal with Roku a vote of confidence for its media ambitions?

As Apple Inc. Overtakes Samsung, What to Happens to HTC and Sony Corp?

Apple is clearly crushing Samsung in smartphones. Does that mean HTC and Sony are doomed as well?

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