GameStop Corp. (GME)

5.37
0.05 0.92
NYSE : Retail Trade
Prev Close 5.42
Open 5.41
Day Low/High 5.28 / 5.47
52 Wk Low/High 4.71 / 17.27
Volume 4.82M
Avg Volume 5.34M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 102.27M
Market Cap 565.55M
EPS -7.20
P/E Ratio N/A
Div & Yield 1.52 (27.00%)
Workday Earnings, GDP, Housing Data: What to Watch in the Week Ahead

Workday Earnings, GDP, Housing Data: What to Watch in the Week Ahead

For the week of May 25, we outline the key earnings reports and economic data to keep an eye on.

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LinkedIn, GameStop Offer Little Value

A case for avoiding the shares.

My Holiday Mall Walk, Part 2

My Holiday Mall Walk, Part 2

A look at the winners and some UPS inside dope.

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Apple, Take-Two and GameStop are all brimming with value.

Gamestop downgraded at Telsey

Looking to Short GameStop

The company will go the way of Blockbuster.

Can't Stop GameStop

Can't Stop GameStop

The stock is technically strong and its fundamentals are equally appealing.

Gamestop estimates, target raised at BMO

Geopolitical Worries, Consumer and Housing to Highlight the Week Ahead

Geopolitical Worries, Consumer and Housing to Highlight the Week Ahead

Economic data, retail earnings and geopolitical worries will be front and center for investors and traders in the week ahead.

Beat the Crowd Into Steve Madden, Gamestop & The Buckle

Beat the Crowd Into Steve Madden, Gamestop & The Buckle

The Buckle is a smart buy ahead of back-to-school season because the teen retailer is extremely well run with higher margins than its competitors.

The Best Stock in Video Gaming

It has cash, good management and low expectations ahead of the quarter.

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The video game company scores well on this system.

A Descent Into the Maelstrom

In many ways, retail and restaurant names have gotten too hard to fathom.

That Was the Week That Was

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A selection of 10 of the week's best.

Gamestop upgraded at BofA/Merrill

Amazon's Fire TV Won't Burn GameStop

Amazon's Fire TV Won't Burn GameStop

The game seller's shares have been on a tear, despite headwinds.

Jim Cramer on GameStop, Baxter's Split and Bank Stress Tests

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Citi's Fed Flunk, Lululemon's Earnings, Jim Cramer's GE Pick

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Citigroup's failure to meet the Federal Reserve's board of governor's expectations for its capital plan means no big buyback, no dividend boost.

The Week Ahead: The Fed Reverberates

The upcoming days are especially big for housing stocks.

Jim Cramer Prefers Take-Two, EA to Walmart and GameStop

Jim Cramer Prefers Take-Two, EA to Walmart and GameStop

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.

Walmart Puts GameStop's Used Game Trade-In Business in Crosshairs

Walmart Puts GameStop's Used Game Trade-In Business in Crosshairs

Walmart announced it would begin taking trade-ins on used video games for store credit, and the move immediately sent the shares of GameStop down in early trading.

Requiem for the Bears

This market just doesn't want to hear any negatives.

Off the Charts

Off the Charts

Goldman Sachs heads lower right off the open to trigger our short entry.

No Quit in the Consumer

Maybe, just maybe, things just aren't as bad as we think they are.

Making the Bear Case

Sorry, but I have to be a tad cautious and play the skeptic.

Himax: A Potential Google Glass Winner With Its Leading Technology

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Himax Technologies is an interesting play as it diversifies its TV dependence.

Retail Won't Stay Down Easily

The group shows signs of life, and negativity is yesterday's news.

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What could be the reasons for such an endless decline?