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Where the Goods Are: As Angst About Global Trade Spirals, This Tiny Tech Firm Will Cash In
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In a recent CBS/New York Times poll, only 35% of U.S. voters thought this country benefited from global trade.
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On Tuesday, Morgan Stanley analysts cut their target price for GoPro stock. Millions of investors were surprised, and the stock got shellacked.
GoPro is a worse value trap now than ever, and any investor who gets sucked in now is playing with fire.
I know the temptation is to buy, but hold your ground. The company has always been on the "cusp of something great," and it's never delivered.