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Oh my god - I know GoPro haven't been making the new lately but has anyone actually seen their share price!! They're looking at maybe $6.something at the moment. That is absolutely crazy.

I saw that they have released a new camera which can stream direct to everyone's social networks, (video below) so I thought i'd have a little look at how the company has performed. Down from highs back in 2014/2015 when they were on their way to $100 they've lost pretty much 90% ++++ in their valuation.

I can remember the hype back in the day, but never got on this (thank god). Has anyone had a closer eye on this one and seen it's demise? I'd be interested to hear from you because I think they're great little cameras. Was it just massively inflated beforehand?




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