Why 1 Video Game Giant Is Unloved on Wall Street
Nov 9th 2012 1:21PM
Updated Nov 9th 2012 1:28PM
The following video is from Thursday's MarketFoolery podcast in which host Chris Hill, along with analysts Jim Gillies and Jason Moser, discusses the top business and investing stories.
Every year, Activision Blizzard (NAS: ATVI) puts out games that have been performing, in terms of revenue generated, on a level that's on par with some of the most profitable Hollywood blockbusters of our day. So why doesn't the market care? In this segment, the guys talk about another quarter of higher-than-expected profits and increased guidance for the video game giant, and their views on why the stock prices just aren't budging.
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