Dropbox’s shares have fallen -27.6% from its July high of $26.20, which was under the recent February high of $26.49 as of 09/06/2019. It’s also -57.75% under the ATH of $43.50, so I saw this as a perfect opportunity to leverage R and run a ‘Quick N’ Clean’ valuation to answer a couple questions like ‘What sets Dropbox Apart’ and more.
Every year, the stock market generates millionaire/billionaires daily through initial public offering or IPO. $46.8 Billion flooded the IPO markets last year, with 191 companies having their market debuts in 2018 beating 2017 by 31. As of 3/4/2019, the markets have had 11 companies raise a total of $1.2 Billion which has a long way to go if it wants to beat the prior year amount. As one of the most anticipated IPO to hit the markets in 2019, LYFT filed its S-1 IPO filing on 3/1/2019 revealing its massive loss of nearly $1 Billion.