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3 Ways GoPro Is Winning

By Keith Noonan - Sep 4, 2015 at 10:00AM

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The camera company's stock has taken a sizable hit in the last month, but GoPro has a lot going for it.

GoPro (GPRO 2.39%) stock's reputation for volatility got further reinforcement over the past month, as shares fell roughly 25% in August. The camera maker's share price at the end of August was still roughly double its IPO price, but the stock was down roughly 24% year to date, as periods of big gains have been wiped out by even bigger dips. Yet the company has delivered a solid earnings performance and is making significant strides in areas fundamental to its long-term success.

Click through the slideshow below to learn about three ways GoPro is scoring wins on crucial fronts.

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