Electronic Arts (EA)
$101.50 1.24 (1.21%)
7:26 EST EA Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $102.74
Market Cap 31.07B
PE Ratio 30.39
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 4,817
Day's Range 102.74 - 102.74
52-Week Range 86.24 - 114.13
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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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.
Although Electronic Arts stock tumbled badly last year, shares are starting to look interesting because of EA’s Star Wars franchise.
EA stock should continue to rise in the near term, but industry headwinds could significantly delay EA's return to its all-time high.
In 2020 and 2021,EA stock will have many positive catalysts.As a result, Electronic Arts stock should remain in rally mode.
The stock charts of EA, CTL and WYNN stock are at key technical junctures as we close out the trading week.
EA stock is lagging both Take-Two and Activision. However, if it can break out, a rally could be in store for Electronic Arts.
By David Moadel
The experts are giving EA stock an upgrade - and you should, too
Electronic Arts stock has turned in a disappointing performance recently, and given the gaming industry’s weaknesses, that’s no surprise. However, a critical hold on both esports and professional-sports licenses gives EA a speculative shot to thrive.
The trade war is heating up, but excessive near-term fear is creating strong buying opportunities in high quality stocks. Here's a list of 10 stocks I think look good amid recent trade war weakness.
By Thomas Niel
Does this make the stock a buy? In today's market, Electronic Arts stock is fairly valued. A market-wide correction would impact the stock's performance. But at the current trading price, investors can enter the stock at a fair valuation. Electronic Arts stock may be more of a buy if the stock dips again. But with the current growth catalysts in play, the company could see a nice boost in the near-term.
2020 is shaping up to be a record year for EA, making today's relative weakness in EA stock look like a buying opportunity.
General Electric, Gilead Sciences, Spotify, Electronic Arts and Fiat were our top stock trades to watch on Wednesday.
Q2 earnings season rolls on and Wall Street tries to not act disappointed by the early end to the latest round of U.S.-China trade talks. Thus, individual stock price action is uneven with all the focus going to a handful of names posting solid results.
From Simply Wall St
Some Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ:EA) shareholders may be a little concerned to see that the Non-Executive Chairman, Lawrence Probst, recently sold a whopping US$1.4m worth of stock at a price<div><a class="permalink" href="https://simplywall.st/stocks/us/media/nasdaq-ea/electronic-arts/news/this-insider-has-just-sold-shares-in-electronic-arts-inc-nasdaqea/">Read More...</a></div>
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