|Day Low/High||57.83 / 59.30|
|52 Wk Low/High||41.84 / 64.53|
Though not being immediately monetized, Facebook's Instant Games could help the company halt a multi-year decline in its non-advertising revenue.
Which stocks have shown these patterns in the past week.
ATVI will likely consolidate its gains before the long-term trend resumes.
With Netflix, Domino's, apps and lots of other options, why leave the house?
No curve for ATVI's next test of the 50-day moving average.
Shares of Activision Blizzard were down more than 4% after the company's CEO and chairman sold a combined 17.5 million shares of the company's stock.
Hain Celestial shares were down more than 25% after the company announced it would not being releasing its quarterly results today due to accounting issues.
With earnings reported and IV dropping, consider the ATVI September 40 puts.
With results near, company encounters tough challenges in video game sector.
United Technologies is propelled by a new jet engine in topping analysts' expectations for the quarter.
The red-hot title is offering unprecedented opportunities in mobile gaming.
Nintendo’s momentum could pull sales away from competing publishers.
The SEC essentially has told companies not to bury their GAAP results in press releases and on earnings calls, and the effects could be dramatic.
Reality bites -- and the schism between rising stock prices and an eroding real economy (which forms the basis of my negative market outlook) is growing ever wider. And now, for this morning's bad news, here are some notes from my analyst's trip to ...
The absence of expanding volume for the video game maker suggests neither buyers or sellers are aggressive.
Jefferies believes that video game has the potential to be a major catalyst for Activision's current and future top- and bottom-line growth.
If ATVI can close above $41, it is probably going much higher.
Retailer GameStop was feeling the effects Friday.
A disappointing jobs number in April made for choppy trading on Friday.
The stock broke out yesterday and the picture appears strong.
France's Vivendi faces a fight for control of video game producer Gameloft.
U.S. securities are building off the momentum they gained in premarket trading on Friday.