Thanks for your thoughts. I agree that GME acquiring a development house and the spinoff idea are interesting possibilities. I've wondered if digital goods (video games, movies, books, etc.) could ever appear on a secondary market. For example, after someone downloads a Call of Duty game from Activision, could this person resell this digital good for a fixed discounted price? Maybe GME would get in on this.
**For anyone else reading this thread, these thoughts are purely speculative.
There's a lot of fear in GameStop. I'm not saying some of it isn't warranted. But I believe it's overdone. The stock is cheap enough for me to make a bet on it, even after baking in the negativity. The company has many options, more so than we outsiders realize.