This Fitness Stock Just Had a Banner Month. Does That Make It a Buy?

Since peaking in early 2021, share prices of connected-fitness company Peloton Interactive (NASDAQ: PTON) have plummeted a gut-wrenching 94%. According to estimates from third-party analytics company AppFigures, revenue for Peloton's app hit an all-time high in May. Peloton has multiple parts to its business. If you're a connected-fitness subscriber (meaning you have hardware and pay for the subscription) you get automatic access to Peloton's exercise app. Read More...

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