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From: JakeStraw4/28/2016 9:11:26 AM
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Fitbit and Alibaba’s Tmall.com Sign MoU to Expand Fitbit’s Reach in China
finance.yahoo.com

Alibaba and Fitbit today formalised their intent to enter into a strategic partnership at a signing ceremony at Alibaba’s global headquarters in Hangzhou, China. As part of this arrangement, Fitbit will establish a major retail presence on Alibaba’s Tmall.com online shopping site as one of Tmall’s key brand partners. Tmall will also aim to help Fitbit become one of the first 10 global brands within Tmall’s electronics category to achieve 10 million fans in Asia.

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From: JakeStraw5/4/2016 3:20:41 PM
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Fitbit continues to dominate Apple in wearables
cnet.com

In the US, Fitbit owns 61 percent of the wearables market, while Apple accounts for under 7 percent, according to research firm Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.

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From: more1005/5/2016 6:17:55 AM
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Fitbit is leading. continues to lead a wearables market that has years of growth ahead, and was able to maintain rapid growth despite the inclusion of smart technology from the likes of Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) and Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL) among others.

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From: JakeStraw5/18/2016 9:18:13 AM
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Fitbit, Inc. Acquires Wearable Payments Assets From Financial Technology Company Coin
finance.yahoo.com

Deal reinforces Fitbit’s commitment to innovation, expands potential feature set of future devices

While there are no plans to integrate Coin’s wearable payments technology into the 2016 Fitbit product roadmap, the acquisition accelerates Fitbit’s ability to develop an active NFC payment solution that could be embedded into future Fitbit devices, broadening its smart capabilities. The acquisition excludes smart payment products, such as Coin 2.0.

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From: d[-_-]b6/14/2016 12:24:34 PM
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From: more1007/28/2016 3:42:05 AM
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If this goes to $13.5 I may close my entire position and buy $13 Calls. Define my potential loss and re-enter if it dips to $10

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From: SI Ron (Crazy Soup Man)8/3/2016 11:22:16 AM
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From: more1009/30/2016 4:26:11 AM
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11% drop in one day is not a joke with heavy volume, now next possible and attractive will be at and around $13. No position now

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From: JakeStraw10/5/2016 11:13:57 AM
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Fitbit Inc. was downgraded today by analysts at Pacific Crest to a "sell" rating.

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From: robertgruber10/10/2016 9:36:35 AM
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Its cool and I dont find any problems after buying this smart watch.

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