|Avg Daily Volume: 2,867,524 Market Cap: 10.18B |
Sector: Technology Short Interest: 4.02
CONSENSUS EPS: .76/share REV: 506.46/M
EPS: 2.90/share ESTIMATED: 2.80/share (BEAT)
NEXT QTR: EPS: .42/share REV: 418.3/M
FY19: EPS: 4.78/share REV: 2,950/M
*These are the base metrics we will be watching against the actual release numbers
: -14.72, -6.96, 15.16
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With its next earnings report scheduled for Nov. 5, Take-Two Interactive Software is trading about 8% under a 180.71 buy point. Keep in mind that buying shares just before a company reports is risky, since disappointing numbers could send them sharply lower. Earnings-per-share growth for the New York, N.Y.-based game maker declined last quarter from 114% to 88%, but the top line rose from 41% to 54%.
Charter’s (CHTR) third-quarter results are expected to reflect strength in Internet and mobile subscriber base despite softness in advertising sales due to coronavirus outbreak.
Activision Blizzard reports after the market closes on Thursday, while Electronic Arts and Take-Two Interactive Software follow a week later.
Take-Two Interactive (NASDAQ: TTWO) and Ubisoft Entertainment (OTC: UBSFF) (OTC: UBSF.Y) have been two of the top-performing stocks among the top game producers for console and PC platforms. Over the last five years, Take-Two and Ubisoft’s share prices surged 414% and 240%, respectively, trouncing the returns of Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ: ATVI) and Electronic Arts (NASDAQ: EA). Here’s why Take-Two and Ubisoft could outperform again over the next five years.
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StockJumpers trajectory analysis reveals a drop in price post release on soft investor sentiment. Consensus has earnings at .76/share on bookings of 512 million. They may not meet that or if they do, we don’t see them beating by much. Though competitor EA which just reported a beat and the stock went up post release we are not seeing that here.
We are overall SHORT on the event.
STOP LOSS: 5%
TAKE PROFIT: 9%
UPDATE: We remain biased short on this trade. The stock is down almost 4% from open so the concern is the move may be priced in. Factor that in your decision to trade it.
POST RELEASE ACTION: Trading was halted prior to the release as they printed much lower expectations. The stock dropped 7% – and then back up to near close level. We grabbed a quick profit and are short again with a belief it will resume dropping in the am.
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