Correct...but once that happens, and it will, it will be too late to get in and make the easy money on GME. You have to buy now while it is out of favor and wait for the market to realize what it missed. Then sell at much higher prices to all those chasing the stock in the 30's later this year.
The gaming pipeline for 2010 is very solid. GME is up 25% from 2007 but 2008 comps were so huge they could not even beat themselves. 2008 was a time when other retailers were dying but instead GME was putting up the numbers. Professionals are too dumb to realize the obvious here. This is why retail investors have advantage to think for themselves.