Sorry Jobber wishful thinking but not reality. This stock stays in this range no matter how many games it sells. I've owned it for many years through past COD releases, and even though they sell tons of games, it doesn't seem to drive the stock up. It's been a up and down stock (10 - $14 range) since the merger.
You may be right but I'll keep my wager. It's just a few trading days from disclosure of my wishful thinking. I think the combination of the housing and spending recovery will make this the #1 selling product of Black Friday. There will be massive attention applied to this company on Monday morning. What is the downside risk for owning today for the AH announcement which will only be disclosed if records are set.
Time will tell. I hope you're right, but I've hoped your thinking has been right for about five years now, and this stock has continued to disappoint ever since Vivendi got involved. They like to make lots of money, they just don't like to give any of it to the shareholders.