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Analyst estimates for Nvidia's next two fiscal years are baking in a lot of caution related to the company's gaming GPU business, and appear beatable.
My target price and panic points have changed, and I am watching for a chance to add or shave some off, depending on which direction the stock takes.
Unlike most of their peers, Electronic Arts, Zuora and Dropbox have gone on sale in recent weeks.
It's earnings season.
When you get no instant retaliation from China and instead get the companies trying to crack into China see their stocks rallying, it emboldens you to think, wow, I don't want to be cross-wise with this one.
While many video and online games are wildly popular, capturing gains in their parent company stocks can be tricky.
You should be thinking positively these days if your stock has had a run or even if it hasn't as a preponderance of good things is liable to happen.
Investors should be considering video game stocks with the big E3 convention about to kick off.
The optimism about trade with China is what truly inspires a rally like today coupled with a benign route for rates to go higher.
Nobody caters to both the couch potato as well as the pursuit of the experiential lifestyle better than Walt Disney.
The Chinese have something to lose here, and will not willingly surrender their position of superiority in trade.
Increases and accelerations in an incredible number of business trends, like Facebook, are obscured by our own negativity.
Down days for the markets are great buying opportunities if you're prepared.
You might actually be grateful that stocks took one on the jaw on Monday.
Gaming companies are soaring to new highs in spite of a changing consumer who has altered nearly every other type of discretionary spending. People -- especially young people -- are still buying gaming consoles, they're still adopting new technology and they're still opting in to expensive services. If you think gaming is dead, you're one of the dumbest on Wall Street.
With U.K. game development studio Sumo Digital going public, it's a good time to review EA's charts.
Fernando Alonso is set to become the first F1 driver with an eSports team, Pokemon's latest launch shows it is still a monster, while EA's loot boxes could soon get the gambling treatment.
You may have noticed gamers losing their minds online over 'Loot Boxes' in EA's Star Wars Battlefront 2
The S&P 500 and Dow Jones finished in the red for the second straight session.
Investors are hesitant to commit to direction until they get more clarity on the Senate GOP's tax cut plan out toward the end of the week.
"If you work for a living, why do you kill yourself working?" -- Tuco, The Ugly: "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" There was plenty of sector rotation today (but little overall movement), so let's move to the abbreviated Monarch Notes form of "Takeaw...