How Dropbox Stock Has Performed
Dropbox’s IPO price was $21. The stock is currently trading at $27.16, which indicates a 29% rise compared to the company’s IPO price.
Analysts Think Dropbox Has Upside Potential of 49%
Dropbox (DBX) was listed on the NASDAQ on March 23 at a price of $21 per share.
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Why Did DBX Stock Fall despite Earnings Beat?
Dropbox (DBX) shares have fallen 13.0% in early market trading on Friday. Dropbox announced its second-quarter results after market close on Thursday.
Why Bernstein Is Bearish on Dropbox
Dropbox stock is down 4.14% as of 3:53 PM ET today. It took a hit after investment bank Bernstein initiated coverage on it with an “underperform.”
DBX Stock: How Could It React after Its Q2 Results?
Cloud storage company Dropbox (DBX) plans to announce its Q2 results on August 8. DBX stock has underperformed the market over the last 12 months.
Dropbox Is Up Over 20.0% in 2019: How the Market Compares
Shares of leading cloud storage company Dropbox have gained close to 13.0% since April 2019. Dropbox shares have now gained 20.5% since the start of 2019.
Dropbox Trading at a Discount of 33% to Wall Street Estimates
Shares of Dropbox (DBX) rose just under 3% on Friday, April 26, to close trading at $24.35. The stock is currently trading 32% above its 52-week low of $18.5 and 44% below its 52-week high of $43.50.
Dropbox Stock Slumped 7.7% on May 13
Shares of cloud storage company Dropbox (DBX) fell 7.8% on May 13 to close trading at $21.68.
Dropbox Shares Have Been Volatile despite Its Solid Earnings Beat
Dropbox (DBX) stock has risen over 20.0% this year. Despite its stellar run in 2019, Dropbox is still trading 17.0% above its IPO price of $21.0.
What Are Dropbox’s Key Revenue Growth Drivers?
One of Dropbox’s (DBX) key metrics is its paying subscriber growth. At the end of the first quarter, Dropbox had 13.2 million paying users, up from 11.5 million in the first quarter of 2018.
Over 50% of Analysts Recommend ‘Buys’ on Dropbox Stock
Of the 12 analysts tracking Dropbox (DBX), seven have recommended “buys,” four have recommended “holds,” and one has recommended a “sell” on the stock.
Dropbox’s Sales Growth Drivers in 2019 and Beyond
It’s been just over a year since Dropbox (DBX) was listed as a public company. Dropbox has managed to consistently beat earnings and revenue estimates over the last four quarters.
What Analysts Expect from Dropbox in Q1 2019
Cloud storage company Dropbox (DBX) is scheduled to report its first-quarter results on May 9. Here’s what you should know.
Dropbox Is Trading at a Discount of 45% to Analysts’ Estimate
Shares of cloud storage company Dropbox (DBX) have fallen 21.6% since it closed trading on March 23, 2018, the day it was listed as a public company.
What’s Limiting Dropbox’s Revenue Growth
File storage company Dropbox (DBX) announced its fourth-quarter earnings on February 21.
How Do Dropbox’s Key Metrics Look at the End of Q3?
Dropbox (DBX) increased revenue by 26% YoY to $360.3 million in the third quarter of 2018.
What Could Drive Dropbox’s Sales in 2018 and Beyond?
Dropbox’s average revenue per user rose from $111.19 to $116.66 year-over-year in the second quarter.
What to Expect from Dropbox’s Revenue and Earnings Growth
Analysts expect Dropbox’s (DBX) revenues to rise 23% in the third quarter of 2018.
Analysts Continue to Be Optimistic about Dropbox
Dropbox (DBX) stock has been highly volatile in August 2018.
How Long Can Dropbox’s User Base Continue to Grow?
When Dropbox filed its IPO (initial public offering) earlier this year, the company stated that it has a user base of approximately 500 million.
Why Did Jefferies Upgrade Dropbox?
Of the 12 analysts covering Dropbox (DBX) stock, seven recommended a “buy,” four recommended a “hold,” and one recommended a “sell.”
Dropbox: Competing with Tech Giants in Cloud Storage
Dropbox has 11.5 million paid users, and it estimated that ~80.0% of its users use Dropbox for business.
Dropbox Stock Has Been Volatile since Its March 23 IPO
Dropbox stock touched an all-time high of $43.50 on June 18, and it’s since fallen more than 30.0% to close at $29.97 on August 3.
Why Is Dropbox Optimistic about Collaboration?
Dropbox (DBX) was founded in 2007 as a customer cloud storage firm.
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Dropbox Has Risen almost 50% since IPO
Dropbox beat analyst earnings estimates of $0.05 by 60% with non-GAAP EPS of $0.08 in the first quarter.
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