The level of volatility continues to be a point of concern at GoPro Inc. (NASDAQ:GPRO) having made ‘double tops’ twice in the past three months after which a downward trend seems to have taken up the momentum.CNBC’s, Mellissa Lee, believes an increase in short selling and cautious sentiments from analysts continue to weigh in on the stock.
Increased competition on the hardware landscape continues to be a major headwind for the stock weighing in on GoPro Inc. (NASDAQ:GPRO)’s sales, a great deal. Despite the downward trend that the stock has resorted to in the recent trading sessions, Guy Adami remains long on in it reiterating that its future prospects remain positive.
“I think this is a name that is going to move higher, I think they will have a tremendous season. Everybody says it is priced in probably is, but I do think they are going to find out that. They are going to move in, to the content side of things. I don’t think they are just going to be a hardware company,” said Mr. Adami.
GoPro Inc. (NASDAQ:GPRO) stock surged to highs of $96 a share margins that Karen Finerman believes the stock should not have clocked as that only went to give it a too rich valuation. Aspects of supply and demand may also have weighed in on GoPro Inc. (NASDAQ:GPRO), which went public with over 20 million shares exchanging hands. At the time, many people did not believe on the stock resulting in high short interests.
“They have had two secondary’s; the float has increased two times. You know what is coming up? December 23, 107 million shares are coming unlock […] I think it is a supply demand thing I think the stock will probably find an equilibrium. I suspect lower in the next few weeks,” said Mr. Nathan.
Brian Kelly maintains anyone who bought the stock because of its hardware business should rethink reducing their exposure in this case as the stock continues to be an underperformer in the short term.
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