EA - Electronic Arts Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
106.84
+1.59 (+1.51%)
At close: 4:00PM EST
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Previous Close105.25
Open107.40
Bid106.84 x 900
Ask106.97 x 800
Day's Range104.73 - 108.80
52 Week Range73.91 - 151.26
Volume11,254,941
Avg. Volume6,815,780
Market Cap32.009B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.37
PE Ratio (TTM)23.26
EPS (TTM)4.59
Earnings DateMay 7, 2019
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est97.00
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  • CNBC2 hours ago

    'Fortnite' is not the only problem that major video game firms are facing, analysts say

    The free-to-play video game "Fortnite" has shaken up the video game industry in recent years. Its success has led some to question the future of major video game companies such as Electronic Arts, Take-Two Interactive and Activision Blizzard. "Fortnite" — a free-to-play online video game — has shaken up the gaming industry in recent years, catapulting itself beyond the sector into the wider socio-cultural landscape.

  • Benzinga2 days ago

    EA's 'Apex Legends' Could Expand To China With Tencent

    Tencent Holdings (OTC: TCEHY) is in talks to bring Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: EA)’s new U.S. hit "Apex Legends" to China, the South China Morning Post reported Friday. The move would give Tencent a video game distribution trifecta in China: the company already distributes "Fortnite" and PUBG Corp.’s "PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds." All three are “battle royale” games, which are the type of multiplayer online environments that are seen by observers as central to the future of the industry. The phenomenal early success of "Apex Legends" — it drew 25 million players its first week — has bolstered EA’s stock in recent days, bucking difficulties for the industry, which has seen stock volatility amid lackluster earnings reports.

  • Better Buy: Electronic Arts vs. Take-Two Interactive
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    Better Buy: Electronic Arts vs. Take-Two Interactive

    Both gaming companies fell on fears over free-to-play content like Fortnite.

  • Activision's (ATVI) 2019 Overwatch League Features New Teams
    Zacks3 days ago

    Activision's (ATVI) 2019 Overwatch League Features New Teams

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  • 2 Massive Growth Opportunities for Electronic Arts
    Motley Fool3 days ago

    2 Massive Growth Opportunities for Electronic Arts

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  • Electronic Arts, coworking firm leasing space at Ice Blocks
    American City Business Journals4 days ago

    Electronic Arts, coworking firm leasing space at Ice Blocks

    Tenant improvements are getting underway for two firms that took office occupancy at midtown Sacramento’s Ice Blocks to 100 percent.

  • Activision Blizzard Surges Even as Analysts Lower Target Price
    Market Realist4 days ago

    Activision Blizzard Surges Even as Analysts Lower Target Price

    Activision Blizzard Surges Even as Analysts Lower Target PriceActivision Blizzard Activision Blizzard (ATVI) released its fourth-quarter earnings yesterday after the markets closed. The company’s earnings were largely in line with estimates.

  • How the 'Fortnite' effect is crushing video game companies
    Yahoo Finance5 days ago

    How the 'Fortnite' effect is crushing video game companies

    Game companies are experiencing a rough period, and "Fortnite" is part of the problem.

  • TheStreet.com5 days ago

    Game Plan for Electronic Arts: The Charts Are Not Helping

    was mentioned during Jim Cramer's Mad Money program Tuesday night. One of my finance students at Baruch College asked me about it after class last week so why not take a look at the charts today? In the daily bar chart of EA, below, we can see some "interesting" developments.

  • 3 Takeaways for Activision Stock Following Q4 Earnings
    InvestorPlace5 days ago

    3 Takeaways for Activision Stock Following Q4 Earnings

    Amid the vast technology sphere, the video game segment is usually a no-brainer. Worldwide growth and mainstream acceptance have fueled gaming developers and publishers like Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI). Unfortunately, Activision stock received a hammering due to competitive threats, disappointing revenues and broader market weaknesses.Things got even worse for the gaming giant earlier this month. Fears that management had no real answer for the free-to-play (FTP) Fortnite rattled ATVI stock. Moreover, competitors like Take-Two (NASDAQ:TTWO) suffered sharp volatility during this time despite posting relatively strong results.Additionally, the latest DLC (downloadable content) expansion from Activision's prized franchise, Destiny, failed to live up to expectations. This, from Activision chief operating officer, Coddy Johnson:InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips"We have not yet seen the full core re-engage in Destiny, which has kind of led to the underpeformance against our expectations to date. Some players we think are still in wait-and-see mode. So when you're in, you're deeply engaged. If you're not, we're hoping now's the time to bring players back in and win them back."While this latest disappointment played a role in Bungie's split with Activision, the two companies have had bad blood for years. It was reported that Bungie employees "cheered and popped champagne." Now game developer Bungie gets to keep Destiny. While the fallout wasn't surprising considering the years of tension, it leaves Activision stock with a critical content gap.Besides these headwinds, we haven't yet discussed the category five hurricane. In a rumor that was later confirmed, ATVI will cut 775 jobs, or 8% of its workforce. Typically, companies don't announce massive layoffs following a record revenue-generating year. However, disappointments have sadly become the norm for ATVI stock.That said, embattled shareholders and speculators saw some reason for optimism. Despite reporting mixed results for its fourth-quarter fiscal 2018 earnings report beating on earnings per share but missing on revenue -- Activision stock gained 3% on Tuesday's after-hours session, and is still trading 3% higher going into the open.Still, discount-diving ATVI has substantial risks. While the earnings print was okay, the company's guidance was decidedly awful. For both the upcoming Q1 and full-year 2019, management badly undercut analysts' expectations. * 9 U.S. Stocks That Are Coming to Life Again Can ATVI stock break out of its rut, or is the gaming giant merely setting up a bull trap? Here are my three main takeaways: Layoffs Potentially Streamline Activision StockIn business, we have two types of layoffs: productive and unproductive. The former is typically a response to a new, challenging environment. The latter usually stems from desperation as management attempts to demonstrate positive metrics on paper.Regarding the recent ATVI layoffs, we have confidence that we're dealing with the productive variety. For one thing, you can just look at the charts. Leading to the Q4 2018 disclosure and after it, Activision stock bumped up significantly.Furthermore, let's consider the details. Activision's restructuring plans won't impact development for new games. Instead, the job cuts will only impact "non-development teams and support staff."Given the wake-up call that the industry received over the past several months, it's unnecessary to keep the drag. In lieu of having a well-stocked administrative department, management promised to focus on live services, esports and advertising.As our own Laura Hoy points out, esports represents a "bright spot" for Activision stock, especially the company's Overwatch league. She writes:Not only has Overwatch been wildly popular, but the esports sector looks poised to continue growing exponentially. Some even believe that the genre will eventually grow to become a part of America's collegiate sports. So far, the growth runway for esports games looks impressive and as long as Overwatch is able to continue drawing in new users and holding on to players, it could be a growth engine for ATVI stock.No one likes layoffs. However, gaming companies have become complacent in addressing their consumer base. This is a painful but much-needed move. Easy Answer to FortniteWhenever you have a discussion about video game stocks, you can't avoid talking about Fortnite. Admittedly, I underestimated both the popularity and longevity of this family-friendly shooter game. Nevertheless, every product, even a juggernaut like Fortnite, has vulnerabilities.Primarily, the gaming phenomenon isn't that unique. Yes, it features a "battle royale" mode that everyone went nuts over. But even if that concept originated from Fortnite (it didn't), it isn't enough to construct a competitive firewall.We're not talking about compelling storylines and characters, attributes that game developers have considerable difficulty perfecting. Nor are we discussing lucrative licensing rights that are virtually impossible to overcome. Instead, we're squabbling over a gameplay mode.I concede that up until recently, the major gaming companies failed to dent Fortnite's armor. However, Electronic Arts (NASDAQ:EA) may have fired the first meaningful shot. Just recently, EA released its own FTP game called Apex Legends. Early indications suggest exceptionally positive feedback. Impressively, Apex convinced a few high-profile Fortnite advocates to jump ship towards the possibly new phenomenon. * 10 Stocks That Every 20-Year-Old Should Buy Of course, if that's all it takes - copying the FTP and battle royale mode - then don't give up on Activision stock! Arguably, the underlying firm has the greatest library and expertise in immersive first-person shooter games. Technical Risks for ATVI StockFundamentally, I'm confident that Activision stock will eventually find favor with Wall Street. Once the restructuring dust settles, ATVI will enjoy a leaner, meaner framework, one that focuses on productive endeavors. And recent developments show Fortnite isn't impenetrable.But should you jump on ATVI stock now? It seems tempting. On the one hand, a mismatch exists between the company's fundamental strengths and its technical discount. This may be the setup that contrarians dream about.On the other hand, I worry about the steep decline shares have suffered over a short timeframe. Click to EnlargeMoreover, the "bullish" response to the onslaught is completely substandard. Following last October's selloff, ATVI largely went rangebound before collapsing.Currently, we're witnessing a significant bump up after the Q4 results. But compared to the bearish attacks, a 3% move here or there doesn't do jack. It also leaves Activision stock dangling dangerously in a no-support zone.Like I said earlier, I'm optimistic about the long run. I think it's wise to creep into ATVI at this level -- and I do mean creep. The possibility that Activision shares could dip to $35 or below is a real one.As of this writing, Josh Enomoto did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * The 7 Best Video Game Stocks to Power Up Your Portfolio! * 7 Forever Stocks to Buy for Long-Term Gains * 5 Self-Driving Car Stocks to Buy Compare Brokers The post 3 Takeaways for Activision Stock Following Q4 Earnings appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Electronic Arts (EA) Surges: Stock Moves 5.2% Higher
    Zacks5 days ago

    Electronic Arts (EA) Surges: Stock Moves 5.2% Higher

    Electronic Arts (EA) saw a big move last session, as its shares jumped more than 5% on the day, amid huge volumes.

  • Associated Press6 days ago

    Coty and Electronic Arts surge while Molson Coors dips

    Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Tuesday: Gilead Sciences Inc., down $2.22 to $65.40 A potential liver disease under development by the biotechnology company failed to meet its treatment ...

  • TheStreet.com6 days ago

    Electronic Arts Extends Gains as 'Apex Legends' Tops 25 Million Registered Users

    shares rose on Tuesday, after closing at the highest level in nearly four months on Monday, as analysts cited the surprising success of its "Apex Legends" multi-player combat game. The new free-to-play battle royale game, released only last week, already has more than 25 million registered users, with a peak of 2 million concurrent players recorded over the weekend, the game's developer, Respawn Entertainment, said late Monday. "The immediate success of the surprise launch of Apex Legends from EA's Respawn might end up being more important to the stock over the long term than guidance for a lackluster 4Q," said BMO Capital Markets Gerrick Johnson in a recent client note.

  • TheStreet.com6 days ago

    Take-Two Interactive Software Falls on Analyst Downgrade

    fell 4.5% to close at $89.25 on Tuesday after BMO Capital downgraded shares of the gaming company to underperform from market perform. Analyst Gerrick Johnson also cut his price target to $80 from $119.

  • 5 Must-See Stock Charts for Wednesday: GILD, NFLX, EA
    InvestorPlace6 days ago

    5 Must-See Stock Charts for Wednesday: GILD, NFLX, EA

    Talks of an improving trade situation and a lower likelihood of a government shutdown has stocks rallying on Tuesday, with many names making notable moves. Let's look at a few must-see stock charts for Wednesday.Note: We're seeing big upside reversals in Shopify (NASDAQ:SHOP) and Under Armour (NYSE:UAA). While they are big movers on the day, I don't want to cover them here again, with yesterday's earnings previews proving that the levels are accurate. Must-See Stock Charts 1: Gilead SciencesAfter Gilead Sciences (NASDAQ:GILD) reported earnings earlier this month, I said bulls could justify a position above the 50-day moving average or $67. However, should this level fail, a drop down to $63 is possible, I reasoned.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 7 Forever Stocks to Buy for Long-Term Gains Disappointing data on Tuesday almost knocked the stock down to that level, before shares recovered. Now GILD is sort of in no man's land down here. While bulls can technically stay with this one, there are better plays out there right now, as you'll see in a moment. It might be time to find a new trading vehicle for all you non-investors in Gilead. Must-See Stock Charts 2: Electronic ArtsMan, if you want casino vibes just check out Electronic Arts (NASDAQ:EA). This thing is up, down and then up again all in a session or two. Seems like $110 to $112 is a reasonable upside target and if long, I wouldn't want to see EA below $92.50.Don't forget, Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI) reports earnings (we outlined that one too with SHOP and UAA) and it will likely have some sort of impact on EA on Wednesday. Must-See Stock Charts 3: NetflixAs long as we don't get a huge pullback in the markets, Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) seems to be setting up for a big-time breakout. Over this ~$360 level and NFLX could quickly spark a $20+ rally. However, below the 21-day and this one's fizzling out.Short and sweet? Yep, but the best setups are. Must-See Stock Charts 4: Phillips 66Knock, knock, knockin' on $95's door is Phillips 66 (NYSE:PSX), which is threatening to burst higher once this mark gives way. If it does, I'd love to see $95 become support going forward. On the upside, investors can target $102.50 to $105.Below uptrend support (blue line) and this one is officially cracking, but below the 50-day and the breakout is officially off the table for the time being. Must-See Stock Charts 5: CorningWe could have seen a better close in Corning (NYSE:GLW) on Tuesday, as it threatens to breakout higher. Keep in mind GLW is already up big from last month's strong earnings result. With that said though, it's handling a big level at $34 impressively. I want to see some continuation this week to fuel this one higher. Over $35 and this one might see new 52-week highs. * Buy These 5 Stocks to Play the Megatrend of the Century Below uptrend support and $33, and we'll need to see it reset before going long again.Bret Kenwell is the manager and author of Future Blue Chips and is on Twitter @BretKenwell. As of this writing, Bret Kenwell did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities.Compare Brokers The post 5 Must-See Stock Charts for Wednesday: GILD, NFLX, EA appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • InvestorPlace6 days ago

    Don’t Count on Apex Legends to Save Electronic Arts Stock

    Electronic Arts (NASDAQ:EA) has desperately needed good news of late. Electronic Arts stock touched a two-year low in December, at which point EA had shed half of its value. Even with some dip-buyers arriving in the past few weeks, EA remained well off its highs.A third-quarter earnings report that disappointed -- as even EA management admitted -- sent Electronic Arts shares tumbling again. The success of Epic Games' Fortnite continued to weigh on EA as well as public rivals Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI) and Take-Two Interactive (NASDAQ:TTWO).But EA finally has received the good news it was looking for. The company's Apex Legends -- a battle royale-style game in the mold of Fortnite -- looks like a hit. And it's done wonders for EA stock.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsAs of this writing, Electronic Arts stock has bounced 25% in three-and-a-half trading sessions. The strength isn't coming from the sector -- TTWO and ATVI remain at the lows -- and it isn't coming from the rest of the portfolio given the weak fiscal Q3 report. The early strength of Apex Legends simply has driven that much optimism toward EA stock. * Buy These 5 Stocks to Play the Megatrend of the Century Some optimism is merited. But the 25% gain here looks to be too much. It already prices much -- if not all -- of the game's potential success. And it ignores the fact that the rest of Electronic Arts' portfolio has some very real concerns. Apex Legends Drives EA Stock HigherTo be sure, Apex Legends is a big potential mover for Electronic Arts stock. The game has signed up more customers faster than Fortnite did. Analyst firm Baird estimated potential 2020 revenue of $500 million. Bank of America estimated a high-side case of $600 million.Against trailing-twelve-month revenue of $5.3 billion, the game could drive an additional 10% in revenue. Considering the high margins on incremental revenue, meanwhile, the profit contribution could be even higher.Estimating the exact potential of Apex Legends remains a guessing game, but the impact on EA stock could be huge. Fortnite, according to one source, generated $2.4 billion in revenue last year. According to another, Epic Games booked some $3 billion in profit. (That latter figure seems aggressive, however, given a reported valuation of $15 billion for Epic.)Apex Legends, then, doesn't have to be the 'next' Fortnite to have a material impact on EA financials. Even a second-place standing would provide solid growth against EA's current totals of about $5.3 billion in revenue and a little over $1 billion in adjusted net income. Has the Rally Gone Too Far?That said, the rally of late has incorporated quite a bit of upside from Apex Legends. EA stock has added roughly $5 billion in market value in the last four sessions. There may have been some help from a "dead cat bounce" following the disappointing Q3 report. But whatever the exact figure, the market already has added at least a few billion dollars to EA's valuation based on the early returns from the game. In other words, a solid second-place standing relative to Fortnite already looks close to priced in.Meanwhile, "early returns" is the operative figure there. The game itself still has a long way to go. And Electronic Arts itself has to figure out how to monetize the game wisely. That will require some nimble movements, considering that EA undermined consumers' trust with its ham-handed efforts around Star Wars Battlefront II. EA also has to make sure not to cannibalize Apex Legends with the March launch of the battle royale update for Battlefield V.At the least, given its experience with Battlefront, EA is likely to go slow in terms of managing in-game monetization. And so investors expecting a big boost to near-term financials from Apex Legends may be disappointed. The Other Risks to Electronic Arts Stock PersistAfter the rally past $100, there is a case for caution here. Apex Legends is a potential hit -- but investors have noticed, and bid EA stock up accordingly. And EA still needs to capitalize on the early momentum -- and properly manage its revenue and profit potential going forward.Meanwhile, in the rest of the portfolio, nothing has changed since the Q3 report. Growth concerns persist. FIFA 19 -- historically the company's largest game, at 11% of revenue -- sales were below expectations. The sports portfolio on the whole, per the Q3 conference call, is expected to see revenue flat to up 5% in 2020. Battlefield V, too, has disappointed.That's not changing any time soon. Overall, according to the call, bookings are supposed to grow just low single-digits in fiscal 2020. So are earnings. Margin benefits from the shift to digital -- as EA sold games direct instead of through retailers like GameStop (NYSE:GME) -- are moderating. In-game monetization revenue growth is slowing substantially.There's simply not a lot of growth left in the legacy portfolio -- which is why investors have punished EA stock over the past few months. And yet EA stock, against current FY20 estimates, trades at 25x this year's adjusted EPS guidance even backing out net cash.That's a multiple that already assigns quite a bit of success to Apex Legends. So does the 25% rally in EA stock. To keep the rally going over the long-term, EA is going to have to succeed with Apex Legends and find more growth elsewhere.As of this writing, Vince Martin has no positions in any securities mentioned. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 10 Stocks That Every 20-Year-Old Should Buy * 10 Best Dividend Stocks to Buy for the Next 10 Months * 10 Monster Growth Stocks to Buy for 2019 and Beyond Compare Brokers The post Don't Count on Apex Legends to Save Electronic Arts Stock appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Electronic Arts Upgraded, Take-Two Interactive Downgraded
    Motley Fool6 days ago

    Electronic Arts Upgraded, Take-Two Interactive Downgraded

    And all eyes turn to Activision Blizzard.

  • Why Electronic Arts Stock Just Jumped (Another) 5% Today
    Motley Fool6 days ago

    Why Electronic Arts Stock Just Jumped (Another) 5% Today

    Did you hear Apex Legends hit 10 million players? Well, just go ahead and double that number.

  • Call Buyers Blitz Electronic Arts After New Apex Legends Numbers
    Schaeffer's Investment Research6 days ago

    Call Buyers Blitz Electronic Arts After New Apex Legends Numbers

    Bernstein upped its EA price target, too

  • EA's 'Apex Legends' tops 'Fortnite' record with 25 million signups in a week
    Reuters6 days ago

    EA's 'Apex Legends' tops 'Fortnite' record with 25 million signups in a week

    EA is hoping to reproduce the success of "Fortnite", which blends the "The Hunger Games" movie trilogy and "Minecraft" video game and has developed a huge following with teenagers and older gamers. EA owns iconic games such as "FIFA", "Need for Speed" and "Battlefield" and launched "Apex Legends" last week in efforts to attract new audiences and take advantage of the popularity of the battle royale format, where dozens of online players battle each other to the death. "Apex Legends" signed up 10 million players within three days of its launch, EA said last week, a milestone that Fortnite took two weeks to reach.

  • MarketWatch6 days ago

    Take-Two stock tumbles after BMO turns bearish on 'Red Dead' concerns

    Shares of Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. are down more than 5% in Tuesday morning trading after BMO Capital Markets analyst Gerrick Johnson downgraded the stock to underperform from market perform. He also lowered his target price to $80 from $119. Johnson is concerned that while initial sales of "Red Dead Redemption 2" were strong, "buzz around this once highly anticipated game has dissipated markedly." This suggests to Johnson that Take-Two might see a "lapse" in engagement, which could make it hard for the company to "monetize to desired levels." He expects continued pressure on videogame stocks, including Take-Two. The rising popularity of new free-to-play games "could pivot the video game industry away from one that generates steady streams of high margin revenue back to more of the hit-driven model we saw in prior generations." Shares of peer Electronic Arts Inc. are up 3% in morning trading after the company announced strong user numbers for its "Apex Legends" title. Activision Blizzard Inc. reports results this afternoon. Take-Two's shares have fallen 19% over the past three months, while the S&P 500 has risen 0.3%.

  • Why this expert says EA's Apex Legends might be overhyped
    CNBC Videos3 days ago

    Why this expert says EA's Apex Legends might be overhyped

    Doug Clinton, managing partner at Loup Ventures, and Todd Hasleton, CNBC.com technology product editor, join "The Exchange" to discuss whether EA's Fortnite competitor, Apex Legends, is overhyped.