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So far, this earnings season, most surprises were on the upside.
A strong pipeline of new games should help propel the bottom line.
It has cash, good management and low expectations ahead of the quarter.
I'll look at the best large-caps in each sector from my earnings valuation screen.
With so many revisits to already successful franchises and a few originals with promise, it's shaping up to be a solid season for video game publishers.
In some of his recent discussions with the layer of management underneath the top brass, Brian Sozzi has learned some intriguing stuff that will impact your life soon.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says Walmart's announcement it will accept used video games as trade-ins has left him 'cold' on the hardware gaming platform.
I'm holding off on making any serious bets until the FOMC has cleared the air.
Electronic Arts posted mixed third-quarter earnings on Tuesday. One concern was Battlefield 4, which was plagued with glitches since its launch in October.
The bears won a rare victory on Wall Street as the Fed left rates unchanged. Ranger Equity Bear Fund Manager Brad Lamensdorf names shorts.
Markets closed lower as the Fed maintained stimulus as expected, with growing uncertainty around the wind-down of bond purchases.
Apple's earnings will be in the spotlight on Monday, kicking off a busy week of quarterly reports.
TheStreet's Chris Ciaccia details the landscape for Electronic Arts' future with Andrew Wilson as CEO and whether investors should buy in.