GAMESTOP (GME)

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Avg Daily Volume: 6,417,711    Market Cap: 413.69M
Sector: Services    Short Interest: 67.2

EARNINGS EXPECTATIONS:  

     THIS QTR:   EPS:   -.21/share    REV:  1,340/M
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     LAST QTR:  EPS:    -.03/share     ACTUAL:  .07/share  (BEAT)
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     NEXT QTR:  EPS:   .24/share       REV: 1,710/M
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     FULL YR:     EPS:   1.48/share     REV: 7,400/M
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*These are the base metrics we will be watching against the actual release numbers
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BEAT/MISS RECORD:  67%  OF THE TIME THEY BEAT ESTIMATES

PRIOR ‘JUMP ZONE’ MOVES (LAST 3 QTRS %)  -39.76, -12.67, -12.5

POTENTIAL JUMP MOVE: 15 +%

Links To Latest News and Headlines

* This weekend’s Barron’s cover story offers thoughts and stock picks from the latest Barron’s Roundtable. * Other featured articles examine the cutting edge in biotech stocks, an outlier bubble forecast and growing corporate political activism. * Also, the prospects for a struggling retailer, a luxury homebuilder, an oil giant and more.Cover story “Welcome to the Roaring ’20s, but Maybe Not for Stocks, Our Experts Say” by Lauren R. Rublin offers thoughts from 10 investment pros on the Barron’s Roundtable on how lofty valuations could limit the market’s gains this year. The article includes nine stock picks from the roundtable. See if Walt Disney Co (NYSE: DIS) is one of them.Connor Smith’s “GameStop Stock Doubled Last Week–But Challenges Remain” points out that Barron’s recently argued that GameStop Corp. (NYSE: GME) shares looked pricey at $18, but now they are nearly $40. See why the downbeat view on the videogame retailer’s stock remains the same.In “Intel’s New CEO Has a Tough Task,” Max A. Cherney makes the case that Pat Gelsinger’s most pressing issue will be tackling the manufacturing issues at Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC). See why there is no easy fix for a company that has long insisted on doing things in-house.The pandemic has reminded people of means that space and amenities in their homes have real value. So says “Why Toll Brothers Is a Play on the ‘Single-Family Supercycle'” by Andrew Bary. See why Barron’s believes Toll Brothers Inc (NYSE: TOL) can build on the housing boom, as the nation’s largest luxury homebuilder offers rising returns and a low valuation.In Bill Alpert’s “With Rare Speed, Gene Editing Emerges as Biotech’s New Cutting Edge,” the focus is on why stocks of companies wielding tools that allow them to edit DNA and attack genetic diseases and cancer are suddenly hot. Are Crispr Therapeutics AG (NASDAQ: CRSP) or Editas Medicine Inc (NASDAQ: EDIT) worth a look now?”3M Stock Is Unloved and Underpriced. Here’s Why It Could Shoot Up Higher” by Ben Levisohn discusses why 3M Co (NYSE: MMM) stock could be poised to ride an economic rebound. After all, the conglomerate makes the adhesives, abrasives and chemicals that companies need in order to do what they do.See also: Benzinga’s Weekly Bulls And Bears: AMD, Marathon, Tesla, Uber, Walgreens And MoreA renowned investor argues that stocks are too high, the Fed’s promise of low interest rates is just a nice story, and Wall Street is always upbeat, according to Jack Hough ‘s “Jeremy Grantham’s Bubble Forecast Is an Outlier. Is He Right?” See what Barron’s thinks comes next for the likes of General Motors Company (NYSE: GM) and Procter & Gamble Co (NYSE: PG).In “Companies Are the New Activists After Capitol Riot,” Leslie P. Norton examines how recent events have prompted America’s corporations, from Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) to Chevron Corporation (NYSE: CVX), to wade decisively into politics with a range of activist initiatives.Avi Salzman’s “The Dow Dropped Exxon Mobil in August. But as Oil Prices Rise, So Does Its Stock” explains why it looked like Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE: XOM) might have to cut its dividend, but now rising oil prices give it time to cut costs and its $65 billion in debt. Find out why Barron’s says Wall Street is giving it a second look.Also in this week’s Barron’s: * The 2020 Barron’s Roundtable report card * Experts on how Biden can fix the COVID-19 vaccine rollout * How much presidents actually influence the economy * ESG activists’ new focus on diversity in corporate leadership * What is next now that fear has come to the markets * What the outgoing administration meant for the economy * Whether higher dividend taxes for top earners are coming * Why “bridges” to maximize Social Security benefits should be built into 401(k)s * How Mexican resorts got creative during the pandemicAt the time of this writing, the author had no position in the mentioned equities.Keep up with all the latest breaking news and trading ideas by following Benzinga on Twitter.Photo by Mike Mozart on Flickr.See more from Benzinga * Click here for options trades from Benzinga * Notable Insider Buys Of The Past Week: Conagra Brands Plus Plenty Of Biotech Activity * Benzinga’s Weekly Bulls And Bears: AMD, Marathon, Tesla, Uber, Walgreens And More(C) 2021 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

16 Jan, 2021 @ 01:30 by Yahoo! Finance

40 North Management, which owns a large stake in W.R. Grace, raised its bid for the company. RC Ventures reached an agreement to appoint three directors to the board of videogaming retailer GameStop.

Barron’s recently argued that shares looked pricey at $18. Now they’re nearly $40. The timing of our bearish call was terrible, but our downbeat view on the stock remains the same.

(Bloomberg) — GameStop Corp.’s record week saw shares double after activist investor and Chewy Inc. co-founder Ryan Cohen was added to the Board — and now leaders of the video-game retailer are cashing in millions before heading for the door.At least two company insiders sold more than $2.6 million worth of stock on Jan. 13 when the shares posted record gains and rallied to the highest level in more than five years, regulatory filings show. Shares of the Grapevine, Texas-based company, which doubled this week, fell about 1.3% in late trading Friday.Chairman Kathy Patterson Vrabeck sold $1.4 million of shares at an average price of $27.99 while Raul J. Fernandez, a board member, pocketed $1.22 million as he disposed of shares at an average price of $35.28. Both are slated to step down from the board given the addition of Cohen and two former Chewy employees to help lead the company, filings show.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.

15 Jan, 2021 @ 17:04 by Yahoo! Finance

Jim Cramer told his Mad Money viewers Thursday night that there are many things that can make a stock rally. Thursday was a day when we saw hopes of more stimulus, a helpful Federal Reserve, and positive comments from Delta Air Lines , to name a few. Cramer said, there are shortages of shares when short sellers get squeezed.

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