Electronic Arts (EA)
$106.80 0.00 (0.00%)
19:53 EDT EA Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $106.80
Market Cap 32.69B
PE Ratio 31.98
Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 106.80 - 106.80
52-Week Range 85.69 - 114.13
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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The performance of EA stock in 2020 will be heavily influenced by factors including the launch of next gen game consoles and mobile gaming.
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Electronic Arts (EA) earnings for the video game company's fiscal third quarter of 2020 have EA stock taking a beating after-hours Thursday.
According to InvestorPlace contributor Ian Cooper’s mid-January article, Benchmark analyst Mike Hickey believes EA will raise its 2020 guidance when it reports earnings. I’ll definitely be looking to see what the company says regarding future quarters, both in terms of the press release and earnings call.
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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.
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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.
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