7974.T - Nintendo Co., Ltd.

Tokyo - Tokyo Delayed price. Currency in JPY
+18.00 (+0.30%)
As of 03:15PM JST. Market open.
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Previous close5,936.00
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask5,881.00 x 0
Day's range5,901.00 - 5,975.00
52-week range4,996.00 - 6,342.00
Avg. volume5,345,850
Market cap6.932T
Beta (5Y monthly)0.39
PE ratio (TTM)15.22
EPS (TTM)391.15
Earnings date01 Aug 2023 - 07 Aug 2023
Forward dividend & yield246.00 (4.11%)
Ex-dividend date30 Mar 2023
1y target est6,133.30
  • Motley Fool

    Better Video Game Stock: Nintendo vs. Take-Two Interactive

    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.

  • The Guardian

    ‘Beyond expectation’: Nintendo’s latest Zelda title launches to critical acclaim

    Tears of the Kingdom set to continue success of fantasy series, already being called one of the greatest video games ever made

  • Zacks

    Video Game ETFs in Focus as Nintendo's Sales Take a Dive

    Sales of Nintendo Switch fell resulting in the revenue of the Japanese gaming giant taking a dive. Take a look into how video game ETfs with exposure to Nintendo are performing.

  • Bloomberg

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  • Bloomberg

    Nintendo Warns of Big Slowdown in Switch Console Sales

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  • Reuters

    Nintendo sees Switch sales sliding; hails 'Super Mario' movie success

    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.

  • Motley Fool

    The Mario Movie Just Crushed Box Office Estimates: Here's What It Means for Nintendo Stock

    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.

  • Motley Fool

    Everyone Is Talking About This Stock. Is It a Good Long-Term Option?

    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.

  • Motley Fool

    Mario's Massive Movie Looks Like a Game Changer for Nintendo

    Nintendo's latest movie move is taking the entertainment industry by storm -- and it's not just about video games anymore.

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  • Motley Fool

    Can Super Mario Save the Multiplex and Nintendo Itself?

    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?

  • Reuters

    Nintendo to repair for free unresponsive game controllers, EU says

    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.

  • Motley Fool

    Nintendo Is the 1 Video Game Stock I'll Buy and Never Sell

    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.

  • Motley Fool

    Why I Just Bought Nintendo Stock

    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.

  • Reuters

    Exclusive-Takeover target of Nintendo founder family office asks for Japan government probe

    The Japanese construction company targeted for takeover by the family office linked to Nintendo Co's founder is pushing back against the fund and has asked the government to investigate alleged breaches of foreign ownership rules. Toyo Construction Co, the marine construction company now 27% owned by Yamauchi-No.10 Family Office (YFO), made the request to the government this month, according to a letter seen by Reuters. The move by Toyo, which maintains port facilities and constructs seawalls and other key parts of infrastructure, shows how rules over national security can increasingly play a role in takeover battles.

  • Motley Fool

    Why Coupang, Nintendo, and Bumble Are No-Brainer Buys Right Now

    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).

  • Motley Fool

    3 Growth Stocks You Can Buy Right Now With Less Than $100

    Carnival (NYSE: CCL), Nintendo (OTC: NTDOY), and Rover (NASDAQ: ROVR) are three industry leaders with strong growth prospects. Let's see why these are three growth stocks that you can buy right now with even a modest investment. You might not see the cruise line industry in general and Carnival in particular as growth opportunities, but don't let this ship sail without you.

  • Motley Fool

    3 Video Game Stocks Down 40% or More That Can Battle Their Way Back to Growth

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  • Motley Fool

    3 Reasons Why I Bought Nintendo Stock Last Week

    Shares of Nintendo are trading near a three-year low, a rare sight for a gaming icon with a lot of potential catalysts on the way.

  • Motley Fool

    Disney World Is Going to Have Its Hands Full in 2025

    Super Nintendo World is a gold rush hit in California, and now it has its sights set on Florida near Disney World.

  • Motley Fool

    3 Top Gaming Stocks to Buy in March

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  • Reuters

    Family office of Nintendo heirs says patience is a super power

    TOKYO (Reuters) -The investment firm managing nearly $1.5 billion of assets for members of Nintendo's founding family is willing to play a long game when it comes to portfolio companies and can wait more than a decade to see a turnaround, a top executive said. That timeline helps explain why Yamauchi-No.10 Family Office shows no sign of relenting nearly a year into its quest to take marine construction firm Toyo Construction Co private, a takeover battle that could see a critical turn at an annual shareholder meeting in June. The long-term outlook gives the Yamauchi family office a rare flexibility and risk appetite in its hunt for both listed and privately held companies with technology that can revitalise Japan, Chief Investment Officer Hirowaka Murakami said.

  • Yahoo Finance

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