Should software – Application Stock Amplitude Inc (AMPL) be in your portfolio on Tuesday?


Amplitude Inc (AMPL) sits at the top of the software industry – applications according to InvestorsObserver. AMPL received an overall rating of 56, meaning it scores above 56% of all actions. Amplitude Inc also scored 82 in the Software – Applications sector, putting it above 82% of Software – Applications stocks. Software – Application is ranked 110th out of 148 industries.

AMPL has an overall score of 56. Find out what this means for you and get the rest of the rankings on AMPL!

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What’s going on with Amplitude Inc stock today?

Amplitude Inc (AMPL) stock is trading at $13.94 at 3:15 p.m. on Tuesday, July 26, down -$1.62, or -10.41% from the previous closing price of 15, $56. The stock has traded between $13.79 and $15.39 so far today. The volume today is light. So far, 306,892 shares have been traded with an average volume of 864,560 shares. Click here for the full Amplitude Inc. stock report.

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