|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's range||6,003.00 - 6,128.00|
|52-week range||4,996.00 - 6,342.00|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.39|
|PE ratio (TTM)||15.48|
|Earnings date||01 Aug 2023 - 07 Aug 2023|
|Forward dividend & yield||246.00 (4.02%)|
|Ex-dividend date||30 Mar 2023|
|1y target est||6,161.10|
After releasing what could end up being the highest-grossing animated film ever, Nintendo (OTC: NTDOY) just followed up the Super Mario Movie with a record-breaking new Zelda game. Called Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, the latest iteration in the long-running franchise is officially one of the top-rated games ever, and is all but guaranteed to be one of the top-selling Nintendo titles ever. Here's the scoop on Nintendo's blockbuster title and how it could impact the business financially.
It's said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and that mantra holds true in business, as well. Currently, Nike and Disney are inspiring two companies with small stock prices and big plans. Levi Strauss & Co. (NYSE: LEVI) is following the former's direct-to-consumer (DTC) playbook, while Nintendo (OTC: NTDOY) is trying to replicate the latter's monetization of kid-friendly intellectual property.
Nintendo (OTC: NTDOY) and Take-Two Interactive (NASDAQ: TTWO) represent two very different ways to invest in the video game market. Nintendo produces video game consoles and publishes its own games, and it develops family-friendly franchises like Mario, Zelda, Donkey Kong, and Metroid. Take-Two is smaller than Nintendo, doesn't sell any consoles, and primarily targets older gamers with its Grand Theft Auto, Borderlands, Red Dead, Mafia, WWE 2K, and NBA 2K franchises.
Tears of the Kingdom set to continue success of fantasy series, already being called one of the greatest video games ever made
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TOKYO (Reuters) -Japan's Nintendo Co Ltd on Tuesday said it sees a further slide in sales of its aging Switch console to 15 million units in the financial year to end-March 2024, a 17% annual drop that would mark a third consecutive year of decline. "It's difficult for Switch hardware and software sales to maintain the same pace," Nintendo President Shuntaro Furukawa told a press conference, adding that he still sees room for new users to come to the hybrid home/portable device. The robust appeal of Nintendo's roster of characters has been underscored in recent weeks by the box office success of "The Super Mario Bros. Movie", which is helping the company diversify beyond its core console business.
A family friendly frenzy was set off at the box office last week when the The Super Mario Bros. Movie was released in theaters worldwide. Produced by Nintendo (OTC: NTDOY) in a partnership with Illumination and Universal Studios, the mustachioed plumber and his cast of friends hit the big screen for the first time in decades and immediately started breaking box office records. Investors took notice, sending shares of Nintendo up close to 10% over the last month.
In this video, I will talk about Nintendo (OTC: NTDOY), the strength of its intellectual property, the success of the recent Super Mario movie, and why, with the possible announcement of a new Switch around the corner, it might be time to buy some shares of this company.
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Electronic Arts (EA) is set to launch EA Sports PGA Tour worldwide, which includes all four majors in men's golf.
The Super Mario Bros. Movie -- put out by Comcast's Universal Studios -- hits all of the right notes of a springtime blockbuster. Nintendo investors can use the boost. Can a pair of plumber brothers with a sense of adventure get Nintendo and the multiplex industry back on track?
Japanese gaming company Nintendo has agreed to repair for free beyond the legal guarantee period unresponsive console controllers following complaints from European consumer groups, the European Commission said on Tuesday. Nintendo found itself in the EU spotlight after the European Consumer Organisation (BEUC) and nine national consumer groups in 2021 complained to the EU executive about its Nintendo Switch console, saying they deteriorate too quickly.
As with many stocks, the last two years have been tough on Nintendo (OTC: NTDOY). Right now, I think Wall Street is missing the forest through the trees with a high-quality business like Nintendo. The core reason Nintendo goes into my "never sell" bucket is its top-tier list of entertainment characters.
Excitement is building for The Super Mario Bros. Movie, but investors haven't been so enthused about Nintendo (OTC: NTDOY) stock. There are current issues Nintendo is working through right now, but this top digital-entertainment company looks like a fantastic long-term value right now. The Switch video game console has been another hit, adding to Nintendo's long string of electronic hardware successes, spanning some 40 years.
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Warren Buffett famously told investors to be "greedy when others are fearful." In this volatile market, I'd suggest looking for financially stable market leaders that are resistant to the macro risks and undervalued relative to their long-term growth potential. Here are three no-brainer buys that check all of those boxes: Coupang (NYSE: CPNG), Nintendo (OTC: NTDOY), and Bumble (NASDAQ: BMBL).
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The bear market of 2022 has been brutal on video game stocks. As measured by the Global X Video Games & Esports ETF (NASDAQ: HERO), these software businesses are down nearly 50% from all-time highs and have nearly given back all their early pandemic gains. Video games are only growing in popularity, though, and businesses in this industry still hold tremendous long-term promise.
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For the companies that are the gaming leaders worldwide, this secular growth is a recipe for long-term stock price appreciation, making gaming stocks great buy-and-hold candidates for your portfolio. Here are three leading gaming stocks to consider buying in March 2023. My first pick is Electronic Arts (NASDAQ: EA), one of the oldest and largest gaming publishers in the United States.