EA - Electronic Arts Inc.

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    Electronic Arts (NASDAQ:EA) closed up slightly on Wednesday, gaining 0.17% on the day. Pretty calm and sedate. That was a far cry from Tuesday's performance. EA stock opened the day at $92.32 but was worth $89.55 at close, for a 3% loss. So what happened to spook EA investors?Source: Shutterstock Blame it on soccer. EA Stock Takes a Hit on Soccer LossSoccer has been making headlines in this country in recent weeks after the U.S. women's soccer team won the Women's World Cup. That was big news, but otherwise professional soccer doesn't really have the same sort of presence in the American market as other sports. Football, baseball, basketball and hockey tend to dominate.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 3 Food Stocks to Buy for Fast and Big Profits However, professional soccer is a huge, globally, and it's also a big deal for Electronic Arts.The American video game company happens to be behind the FIFA soccer franchise and it's a solid performer. As of last fall, FIFA games had sold a total of 260 million copies worldwide, making it the best-selling sports game of all time.In addition, the mobile version had been installed 193 million times. With those kind of numbers, it's safe to say that soccer is a big deal for EA stock.That importance came into focus on Tuesday. Electronic Arts announced that it had lost the rights to use Juventus -- an Italian soccer club -- in the next version of its game, FIFA 20. As a result, Electronic Arts stock tumbled, losing as much as 4% on the day before recovering slightly to close down 3%.The reason for the market reaction is that Cristiano Ronaldo plays for Juventus, and Ronaldo happens to be one of the -- if not the -- most popular professional soccer players in the world.EA's next FIFA game will be missing its star player, the guy that was on the game cover for the past two versions. The timing also means that Electronic Arts will need to scramble to scrub Juventus from FIFA 20 prior to its scheduled September 27 release. Konami ScoresWhen talking about big video game companies that compete against Electronic Arts, the usual suspects are Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI), Take Two (NASDAQ:TTWO) or Ubisoft. But the company that signed the Juventus deal that hit EA stock was Japan's Konami.Konami publishes a video game franchise called Pro Evolution Soccer (or PES) that competes against EA's FIFA series. But PES has never had the kind of numbers FIFA scored. Last summer, it was estimated that latest version of FIFA had been outselling its PES counterpart by close to an 18 to 1 margin.When it was announced that Konami had signed Juventus -- stealing the club from Electronic Arts -- it was headline news, especially in Europe where soccer rules and the vast majority of EA's FIFA sales are generated. Ronaldo has been on the cover of the past two FIFA games, but this year one of soccer's most recognizable stars will instead be gracing the cover of PES 2020. That's going to turn this fall's annual competition between FIFA and PES into a more interesting match.And an interesting match is not what you want if you own EA stock. The company said in a May securities filing that FIFA games represent 14% of its total net revenue. As InvestorPlace contributor James Brumley points out, Electronic Arts stock is well positioned to recover from last year's epic selloff that saw the EA stock price cut in half. * 7 Stocks Top Investors Are Buying Now However, with Juventus and Ronaldo jumping to the competition, the company is going to have to deal with a speed bump in its planned launch of FIFA 20 in the fall. As of this writing, Brad Moon did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Stocks Top Investors Are Buying Now * The 10 Best Cryptocurrencies to Keep on Your Radar * 7 Marijuana Penny Stocks That Could Triple (But You Won't Make Money) The post EA Stock Drops on Loss of Ronaldo in FIFA 20 appeared first on InvestorPlace.

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    Electronic Arts (NASDAQ:EA) has yet to make it convincingly clear it can cultivate the opportunity to its fullest. But if EA stock is to move higher again, the company requires subscriptions and streaming to jumpstart this recovery.Source: Shutterstock The game publisher already has a presence on both (and sometimes overlapping) arenas, to be fair. It has been a modest, seemingly experimental effort to date though. However, EA experienced a wake-up call last year. That was when a horrendous selloff cut the EA stock price in half. With this painful lesson still fresh, the company finally appears motivated to embrace all the new norms in video gaming. Electronic Arts Stock Pays for Missing the First BoatLong-term investors of Electronic Arts stock know the story all too well. Once a powerhouse within the gaming industry, EA lost its shine. Last year's delays in releasing its most recent Battlefield title angered gamers. Plus, the company imposed multiple micro transactions for consumers to enjoy 2017's Star Wars entry created a revolt.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 10 Best Dividend Stocks to Buy for the Rest of 2019 and Beyond Finally, the unexpected, disruptive success of rival game Fortnite contributed to heaping pain on top of Electronic Arts stock.A fatal shooting at a competition last year involving one of its Madden NFL games only exacerbated the doubt that suddenly surrounded the company. This tragedy contributed to driving the EA stock price from July's high near $150 to December's low of around $75.However, the game-related stumbling blocks were microcosms of bigger, more philosophical problems. The industry -- and how people consume games in particular -- has been changing. But EA hadn't fully changed with it.One of those shifts has been the democratization of game distribution. The advent of downloaded games has proven to be a mixed blessing for EA stock as well as rivals like Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI) and Take-Two (NASDAQ:TTWO). By selling directly to consumers, publishers can bypass middlemen like GameStop (NYSE:GME) and Walmart (NYSE:WMT), retaining more profits for themselves.The very same high-speed internet connections and consoles with hard drives, though, facilitated the creation of game repositories like Steam. These technologies also sparked the rise of a countless number of indie game developers.And as it turns out, some of those independently developed games - including Fortnite -- are pretty good.Electronic Arts answered, launching EA Access in 2014, followed by a more robust subscription service called Origin Access.And with last year's release of "Project Atlas," EA hopes to set a framework for future relevancy in the gaming business. Uncanny InsightThe game-streaming and subscription business is far from fully gelled. Electronic Arts stock may have potential competition from Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG, NASDAQ:GOOGL) entering the fray. Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) is already there.However, EA is in a unique position, having learned from past failures (and successes) within the subscription business. Keep in mind they don't have a console system to lean on.EA's subscription chief, Senior Vice President Mike Blank, has demonstrated some important even if subtle savvy on this front. Last month, Blanked stated, "We need to be where the players are and not every player is going to be on every service or device, just like not every viewer is on Netflix."It's a seemingly obvious statement, but it's a realization rivals don't seem to have fully embraced.Blank further recognized that "We're evolving from a publisher of games to a connector."In other words, just because they build it doesn't mean players will come.EA has yet to fully decide if it will cultivate its own streaming/subscription service (more than it already has). A meaningless "maybe" is all Blank is willing to offer at this point. That leaves investors and gamers alike wondering exactly how monetization will occur with Project Atlas going forward.Electronic Arts knows, however, that it also needs to rethink more than just delivery. Its portfolio of games, while respectable, is aging with little innovation. A Rethink for Gaming RelevancyA subscription-based model will dramatically help on that front by supplying a steady revenue stream rather than forcing the development of nothing but blockbuster titles that sell tens of millions of copies.Blank goes on to say "The value of a subscription is ultimately, from a business standpoint, how much do players engage with the subscription. If you can provide them with new and different experiences they might stay for longer. I think we will build new and different games that will fit within the subscription itself."It wasn't a direct allusion to more indie and indie-like games. But it's noteworthy that Electronic Arts has stepped up its efforts -- in a big way -- to work with independent game developers. 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Investors may consider waiting on the sidelines if they do not currently have any positions open in DIS, EA or BA stocks.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 7 A-Rated Stocks to Buy for the Rest of 2019 Alternatively, if they already own shares, investors may either consider taking some money off the table during this market bounce or hedging their positions. As for hedging strategies, covered calls or put spreads with Aug. 16 expiry could be appropriate. Straight put purchases could be expensive due to heightened volatility. Any short-term decline in these shares may offer better entry points for long-term investors. Disney (DIS)Source: Baron Valium via FlickrDisney stock is expected to report earnings on August 6. Wall Street will want to see whether the group's diversified revenue streams remain robust for the second half of 2019.Four segments generate Disney's revenue: * Media Networks (such as ABC and ESPN; 41% of revenue) * Parks & Resorts (such as Disneyland and cruise lines; 34% of revenue) * Studio Entertainment (including Lucasfilm and Marvel; 17% of revenue) * Consumer Products & Interactive Media (including Disney Store and ESPN+; 8% of revenue)On May 8, the company reported earnings for its second fiscal quarter. It logged revenues of $14.9 billion on earnings per share of $1.61 and beat analysts' estimates on both the top and bottom line.Results from Disney's operating segments varied. CEO Bob Iger highlighted higher affiliate revenues from ESPN, as well as the popularity of its domestic theme parks. DIS also said that it would be repositioning itself towards direct-to-consumer services.Shareholders would like to see another strong quarter when Disney reports earnings in a few weeks. Meanwhile, Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) earnings are expected on July 17. Wall Street's reaction to NFLX stock's earnings may also affect the share price of DIS stock in the second half of July.In 2019, DIS stock is up 31% year-to-date. Let us briefly remember how the stock has traded since early April: On Apr. 11, prior to Disney's investor day presentation, the share price closed at $116.60. The next morning, DIS stock gapped up to open at $127.91. Then, on April 29, DIS stock reached what was then an all-time high of $142.37.In early May, Disney stock gave back some of its April gains, mirroring the stock market's volatility. On May 31, the stock saw $130.78. June has once again been good to shareholders, as the stock reached an all-time high of $145.51 on June 18.However, it may now be appropriate for current investors to take some of their impressive paper profits in Disney shares. In the next several weeks, I expect DIS stock to be volatile and its price to decline toward the $130 level, possibly until the company's next quarterly report. Electronic Arts (EA)Source: Shutterstock As a leader in the competitive video game industry, Electronic Arts develops and distributes esports games. Several of its well-known franchises include Madden, FIFA, and Battlefield.The group is expected to report earnings on July 30, when Wall Street will be able to gauge the financial health of the company. EA is one of the largest gaming companies globally in terms of revenue and market cap. The group has two key sources of revenues: * Products (i.e., digital or physical sale of games and additional content); and, * Services (i.e., recurring revenue sources such as subscription-based models and in-game transactions)On May 7, the video game publisher reported fiscal 2019 fourth-quarter financial results. Analysts were not impressed with the fact that sales and profits have been dented by intense competition from rival game makers.In-game transactions which include "microtransactions" (such as new player skins or weapons) and "loot boxes" (whose contents players do not know prior to purchase) are lucrative yet somewhat controversial sources of revenue. Indeed, many gamers resent the idea of spending more money on games they already bought. Electronic Arts stock took a hit after some backlash from its microtransaction business practices.In 2013, EA stock was trading at just over $10. Over the next few years, it became a darling among long-term investors. Then Electronic Arts stock had a rough second half of the year in 2018. In 2019, although EA stock is up 17%, it has been a roller coaster ride. Similarly, the stock price of Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI), one of EA's main competitors, has also suffered over the past year, mostly due to the competitive headwinds in the industry.EA stock's 52-week price range has been between $151.26 (July 13, 2018) and $73.91 (Dec. 26, 2018). Despite the price strength this year, I don't think long-term investors should rush to buy into the shares just yet. While I would not bet against EA stock's future, I expect to see further volatility and possible price weakness toward $90 in July. * 7 Retail Stocks to Buy That Are Down in 2019 Most investors are likely to wait on the sidelines until they have a chance to analyze EA's balance sheet to see if the shares might be somewhat overvalued. They will also want to see if there is any growth fatigue or major trend changes in the industry. In an industry that offers both free-to-play titles and full-price games, investors do not yet know what the right mix of business models for Electronic Arts will be. Boeing (BA)Source: Phillip Capper via FlickrAs the manufacturer of commercial and defense products, Boeing is one of the most important names in many portfolios.Boeing, along with its main competitor Airbus (OTCMKTS:EADSY), are the world's two largest commercial aerospace manufacturers.However, Boeing stock price has been falling since early March, when Ethiopian Airlines suffered a fatal accident involving a Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft. The March 10 crash was, unfortunately, the second deadly incident of the same model plane, one of Boeing's most popular, in less than six months.Following the tragedy, countries closed their airspace to Boeing's 737 Max 8 one by one, until finally the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) also grounded the top-selling jets. It's likely that the grounding may continue for several more months.The present concern regarding the safety of Boeing's 737 Max planes offers plenty of questions. Later in the year, if Boeing is found to be at fault regarding pilot training or if the company cannot fix the hardware problems completely, BA stock may suffer further.Boeing also needs to rebuild customer confidence. In other words, this disaster has raised serious questions about the the company's design of these high-tech airplanes and the corporate actions -- or lack thereof -- after the crashes.The on-going U.S.-China trade war worries have also added to the stock price decline of BA. The company has become one of the proxy names for the conflict. Over the past decade, the growth of China's airline industry has created a massive export market for Boeing. In fiscal year 2018 alone, Boeing generated about $13.7 billion in revenue from world's second-largest economy.So what should investors think about BA shares right now? Long term, I would not bet against Boeing. Despite the problems, year-to-date BA stock is still up almost 11%.Eventually the U.S. and China will come to a mutually beneficial trade agreement. And Boeing is likely to make its planes safer and gain consumer trust again. Sometime in 2020, its best-selling jet will probably return to the skies.During the Paris Air Show that took place in June, Boeing secured an order for 200 737 Max jets from the British Airways parent International Consolidated Airlines Group (OTCMKTS:ICAGY). Although the full amount of the order is not yet known, it is suspected that BA offered a big discount to ICAGY. This purchase intent is not only a show of confidence in BA's grounded planes, it is also a signal to shareholders that 2020 is likely to be a better year for the group.Short-term, though, things could be choppy and somewhat of a mixed bag. A couple of sour trade headlines or Boeing 737 Max-related news in the next few weeks could drive BA stock further down.Eventually, Boeing will have to foot the bill for the losses incurred by many airlines due to cancelled flights. On July 3, management also announced a compensation scheme for the survivors of the fatal crashes.I'd say hold off investing in Boeing shares until the release of the full crash reports as well as BA's next quarterly statement on July 24 to re-evaluate the financial impact of the crashes and the trade wars on the balance sheet.At the time of writing, the author did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. 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Here's why.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips United Airlines Holdings (UAL)United Airlines shares have been soaring since late May, and thanks to a renewed rally effort since the latter part of June, UAL is knocking on the door of a multi-week high.On the flipside, as of last week, the recent highs essentially aligns with the peak prices seen since February, which is paired with a corresponding horizontal support line. If the trading range breaks, it could begin a significant move. That's a big "if" though. Click to Enlarge * The range in question lies between $91 and $77.20, marked in yellow and red, respectively, on both stock charts. * The weekly chart's stochastic lines also verify that UAL is overbought, and has reached an inflection point. It will have to begin pulling back, or have to finally push into multi-week high territory. * The current advance has an edge previous ones didn't. That is, in late June, United Airlines shares were able to push up and off of the purple 50-day average and the gray 100-day line. Electronic Arts (EA)A week ago, Electronic Arts was a rock-solid trading prospect. After weeks of attempts to clear a couple of major resistance lines, the stock finally poked through, and then followed through.The effort completely unraveled in the latter part of last week, however, with a stumble that dragged the stock almost back to its starting point for the bullish thrust. In many regards though, the setback is actually a bullish event in that it gives the stock a chance to validate the breakout move from two weeks ago. * 7 A-Rated Stocks to Buy for the Rest of 2019 Click to Enlarge * Friday's low was suspiciously in line with the lows booked since May, suggesting the bulls have drawn a mental line in the sand. EA was pushing up and off that floor later in Friday's session. * Friday's volume spike, when paired with a partial intraday turnaround, implies a shift from a net-bearish back to a net-bullish environment. * It couldn't be said two weeks ago, but as of Friday, the purple 50-day moving average line has crossed above the white 200-day moving average line. That "golden cross" is seen as a buy signal for some traders, despite the selloff that took shape the day the signal was made. * The sudden pullback is less surprising considering it materialized right as the 38.2% retracement line was encountered. That ceiling at $103.66 could prove to be a major battleground. Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCL)With nothing more than a quick glance, shares of Royal Caribbean Cruises simply look like they're going through a patch of volatility. That's nothing new for RCL.A closer look at some of the daily chart's nuances, however, says there may be more underway here than a little choppiness. Zooming out to a look at the weekly chart suggests the same thing … that a pattern is repeating itself. Lower lows may be more likely than it seems on the surface. Click to Enlarge * For the second time in two weeks, as of Friday, Royal Caribbean shares are back below the white 200-day moving average line. This time though, resistance at the purple 50-day line (highlighted) prompted the pullback. * It has been inconsistent, though there's still clear growth in the amount of bearish volume that has started to materialize. There are a lot of would-be selling waiting on the sidelines. * Backing out to look at the weekly chart clarifies an up and down pattern that has been accurately signaled by MACD lines that have already turned bearish.As of this writing, James Brumley did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. You can learn more about James at his site, jamesbrumley.com, or follow him on Twitter, at @jbrumley. 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