hey ha ha and others hope you all are doing well. What do you guys think is gonna happen when nintendo releases what will probly be bad earnings in April? My idea is that it will go lower again into the 11's or so and then maybe I can pick some up before e3
Bought in Around 15 and kept buying more as it went down but after the sales figures and nothing good on the horizon im gonna look for a better entry. It hard to catch a falling knife and I am feeling the pain. I agree that they need to market more I mean if Blackberry can advertise on the Super Bowl with only 3 Billion in cash imagine how well Nintendo could advertise with all the cast they have...maybe since there is so little software and all the bugs and stuff they dont even want people to buy because they would be upset...sigh
Oh ok that pretty much makes sense I guess I thought that even though the number were lower for the U that the higher price point would make up for it but i should have done more work on it obviously,,,,what do you mean NPD and MC sales?
Hey thanks for the post I am long Nintendo but I'm not a pumper This is a worrying report. The fact that they have so much cash and a good brand makes me think they can turn it around but thanks for you post. Where do you see the stock trading a year from now?
Ok everyone and their grandma seems to be talking about a weaker yen. Why don't we just short the fxy yen trust while we are waiting for nintendo to get their act together
ok well even a smart shorter like bill akerman may have to wait a long time till herbalife goes to zero lol
ok lets just say wii u is so bad of a flop they have to give up production of hardware just the cash and the brand are worth quite a bit how low would this stock go in that senerio
there is a good seeking alpha article today jan 2nd on the weaker yen
http://seekingalpha.com/article/1091311-the-main-currency-theme-for-2013-a-weaker-yen i didnt understand this that well but i know a weak yen is gonna be good for nintendo. If we are so sure about the yen is there a good way to play that by itself?
can we figure out the ratio of like how much the yen is really affecting profitablility. For example, they lost 250 or so million last year, is the yen was in the 83 range how much would they have lost?