Activision Blizzard (ATVI)
$53.74 0.46 (0.86%)
11:33 EST ATVI Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $53.28
Market Cap 40.91B
PE Ratio 119.42
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.71M
Day's Range 53.15 - 53.90
52-Week Range 39.85 - 57.52
Dividend & Yield 0.34 (0.63%)
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After a slow but steady rise throughout 2019, a disappointing Q3 earnings report has taken the wind out of the sails of ATVI stock. But what some investors may not appreciate is the underlying strategy shift that has occurred at Activision Blizzard.
By Ian Cooper
Activision Blizzard stock has plenty of catalysts, including new consoles and eSports. So ATVI stock should be bought by long-term investors.
While it’s tempting to pile your money into high-flying investments, cash-rich companies are the best stocks to buy in unpredictable markets.
Activision Blizzard stock has a technical opportunity that could spark a $10 rally if the bulls can break above the recent highs.
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Activision Blizzard stock has had a fairly good year. Here’s a look at the upcoming earnings report and the major catalysts for growth.
The rally in Activision Blizzard stock has stalled out ahead of earnings, which raises near-term and long-term concerns.
Due to the resounding, record-breaking debut of Activision Blizzard’s Modern Warfare, it appears that gamers once again desire gritty realism in their shooter games. If so, that’s wonderful news for ATVI stock over the long haul.
Gaming growth will bolster Activision Blizzard stock, but it will have to perform well outside of the console ecosystem to truly prosper.
Historically speaking, as go profits, so goes Activision Blizzard stock. Fortunately for bulls, profits are going higher in 2020 and 2021.
Long-term Activision Blizzard stock investors are hoping that the company continues to be a high growth business in the highly competitive gaming industry.
By launching a mobile version of its Call of Duty franchise, ATVI will likely boost Activision Blizzard stock.
With close to $2 billion in annual free cash flow generated each year, Activision’s got plenty of money to inject into the esports business including putting its name on a few flagship retail locations.
Activision still has plenty of potential, but investors may want to wait for margins to rebound and to see how well Call of Duty performs.
Activision Blizzard stock dipped on Tuesday after ATVI ignited a tweet storm by suspending a tournament player for pro-Hong Kong comments.
This morning, I'm recommending a bullish trade on Activision Blizzard, Inc. (NASDAQ:ATVI), the video game developer and publisher.
By Brad Kenagy
Activision Blizzard stock has underperformed peers over the past year, but with upcoming catalysts, ATVI is poised for future growth.
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