Electronic Arts (EA)
$111.90 1.34 (1.21%)
17:38 EST EA Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $111.90
Market Cap 34.25B
PE Ratio 33.50
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 2.96M
Day's Range 111.06 - 112.88
52-Week Range 78.00 - 114.13
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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By Ian Cooper
2020 should be exciting for gaming stocks -- and gamers. Here are three of the top gaming stocks to watch as we near new console releases
The video game industry for the most part slogged through a transitioning year in 2019. However, with attractive Black Friday deals on the table, this may be the time to consider video game stocks.
Friday's big stock charts highlight 3 names that look a bit wobbly at the moment.
Electronic Arts stock continues to drift sideways. Modest gains could continue, but EA won't soar until something new comes along.
EA stock seems to tread water as the company's game releases deliver lackluster sales and fail to change the game for Electronic Arts.
Here’s why returning to Steam is a slam dunk for EA stock. Also, the valuation of Electronic Arts is attractive at this point.
Electronic Arts stock benefits from its excellent free cash flow. Compared to its peers EA stock upside due to its free cash flow yield is significant.
Facebook, Johnson & Johnson, Electric Arts and Advanced Micro Devices were our top stock trades from Wednesday.
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Electronic Arts looks ripe for a bullish earnings reaction despite some concerns off and on the EA stock price chart
Electronic Arts stock is trying to break out of a tight range. Some opportunities both now, and in the future, should create opportunities.
By David Moadel
The video-game market is waning, but the upcoming holiday season could boost EA stock.
By Thomas Niel
So what's the verdict with EA stock? Avoid. I do not believe Electronic Arts stock is a strong short candidate. Their stable of strong franchises should help preserve sales. But in terms of growth, the company remains challenged. EA needs more "free-to-play" games such as Apex Legends. The in-game purchase revenue model is the wave of the future. Until EA develops another game-changing franchise, future growth remains up in the air.
Boeing, J&J and high-growth stocks stole the show on Friday. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
EA stock has gone nowhere in eight months, but it should head materially higher over the next eight.
EA stock has been stuck since 2017. Until the company finds a new hit, it's going to stay that way.
Electronic Arts' aggressive loot box mechanics have been criticized but not halted. In a march toward subscription models EA sees dollar signs, but it may have to rethink its strategy in light of a new competitor.
Both EA stock and ATVI have similar performance over the past five and 10-year periods, which means it isn’t going to be easy picking a winner.
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