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News & Analysis: Peloton Interactive
The company is benefiting from the stay-at-home movement, but is Wall Street getting ahead of itself?
The connected fitness product company's stock is now up more than 150% year to date.
Will the stock catch a second wind with investors following its next earnings release?
Companies that are benefiting from folks spending more time at home are good. Companies that offer a better experience than the real-world process they're replacing are great.
What can the consensus teach you about investing?
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The outlook for the connected-fitness leader continues to improve.
While some "stay at home" stocks begin leveling off, Peloton keeps growing thanks to shifting consumer preferences and a bumpy coronavirus reopening.
This high-flying stock might be overvalued, but think again before you decide to go short.