NTDOY - Nintendo Co., Ltd.

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44.00
-0.08 (-0.18%)
At close: 3:59PM EDT
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Previous Close44.08
Open44.53
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range43.64 - 44.64
52 Week Range31.38 - 46.85
Volume478,101
Avg. Volume427,918
Market Cap42.503B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.75
PE Ratio (TTM)30.50
EPS (TTM)1.44
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.37 (0.85%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-09-27
1y Target Est73.46
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  • 'Super Mario Maker 2' is another love letter to Nintendo’s 2D platformers 
    Engadget23 hours ago

    'Super Mario Maker 2' is another love letter to Nintendo’s 2D platformers 

    It's impossible to play Super Mario Maker 2 without having a huge smile on your face. It's a total deconstruction of what makes Nintendo's 2D platforming franchise so special. You're just a plumber, standing on a stage, hoping to make it to the goal intact. The real hook, of course, is that you can take everything you've learned from Mario games over the years and craft your own levels, with the freedom to make them as simple or thumb-numbingly complex as you'd like. And if you're just in the mood to play, you've got a practically endless supply of levels from Nintendo and the online community to feed on. There's no doubt Super Mario Maker 2 banks heavily on nostalgia, but it's also a way for both old and new players to truly grasp the power of 2D platformers.

  • Mattel Launches Hot Wheels Mario Kart Cars to Drive Sales (Revised)
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    Mattel Launches Hot Wheels Mario Kart Cars to Drive Sales (Revised)

    Mattel's (MAT) aggressive efforts to improve its point of sale by product launch and various partnerships bode well.

  • This week in tech history: Nintendo's N64 goes on sale in Japan
    Engadget4 days ago

    This week in tech history: Nintendo's N64 goes on sale in Japan

    This week, we're looking at the N64, which arrived in Japan 23 years ago. The Nintendo Entertainment System essentially created defined the home video game market when it launched in the mid-1980s. By then, Sega had chipped away at Nintendo's dominance with the Genesis, but Nintendo was still in an enviable position heading into the next generation of game consoles.

  • Mattel Launches Hot Wheels Mario Kart Cars to Revive Sales
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    Mattel Launches Hot Wheels Mario Kart Cars to Revive Sales

    Mattel's (MAT) aggressive efforts to improve its point of sale by product launch and various partnerships bode well.

  • Benzinga9 days ago

    Video Game Sales In May Show Shift To Downloads

    Sales of traditional console-based video games were down 17% in May from a year ago, as gamers continue to shift to free-to-play games, mobile offerings and a couple of traditional games had lackluster debuts. Wedbush's Michael Pachter continues to have Outperform ratings on several game companies, but he noted the industry is changing. The retail sales figure missed his estimate of $150 million.

  • Tuesday Apple Rumors: Apple Watch to Get Standalone Update Support
    InvestorPlace9 days ago

    Tuesday Apple Rumors: Apple Watch to Get Standalone Update Support

    Leading the Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) rumor mill today is news of a new Watch feature. Today, we'll look at that and other Apple Rumors for Tuesday.Watch Update: A new feature will allow the Apple Watch to update on its own, reports AppleInsider. Hints of this new feature are showing up in the beta versions of watchOS 6. Unfortunately, there is still a requirement to accept terms and conditions on a paired iPhone. However, this is a sign on the device coming closer to standing more on its own. That makes sense with AAPL planning to launch an App Store just for the Watch.Beddit Beta: Apple's Beddit is offering a beta to help develop its devices, MacRumors notes. This new beta from the company is going to let owners of its Beddit 3.5 product test out new features before they get a public release. Requirements for the beta include living in the U.S., only using the device in the U.S., and being between the ages of 22 and 75.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsDr. Mario World: Owners of an iOS device are going to get something new to play next month, reports 9to5Mac. Nintendo (OTCMKTS:NTDOY) is releasing its Dr. Mario World app on July 10. The game is free to play, but does include in-app purchases. It is based on the Dr. Mario puzzle game that came out back in the 1990s. An Android version of the app will also launch alongside the iOS version.Check out more recent Apple Rumors or Subscribe to Apple Rumors : RSS As of this writing, William White did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. Compare Brokers The post Tuesday Apple Rumors: Apple Watch to Get Standalone Update Support appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • 3 Reasons to Believe in the Contrarian Case for EA Stock
    InvestorPlace9 days ago

    3 Reasons to Believe in the Contrarian Case for EA Stock

    Despite all the noise, video-game manufacturer Electronic Arts (NASDAQ:EA) and EA stock has always had one ace up its sleeve: its core revenue-generating industry. Many of the younger InvestorPlace readers may not remember a time when video games represented the exclusive domain of partner-less nerds. I speak from personal experience.Source: Shutterstock Of course, the gaming marketplace is very different today. According to a recent industry report, 65% of American adults play video games. Moreover, the average age is 33 years. From the perspective of stakeholders of Electronic Arts stock, this rising demographic trend is extremely positive.How so? Back in the nascent stage of video-game consoles from Nintendo (OTCMKTS:NTDOY) and Sony (NYSE:SNE), parents would scream at their children to put down their controllers and finish their homework. Again, I speak from personal experience. Now, parents are playing alongside their children.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 7 Top-Rated Biotech Stocks to Invest In Today With the gaming industry having attained mainstream credibility, the EA stock price should be on fire. However, several gaming stocks performed poorly last year due to a myriad of headwinds, including even geopolitical ones. Naturally, this has dampened the environment for EA and rivals like Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI).Still, investors should take solace in that Electronic Arts stock appears to have stabilized. Moreover, the company beat its earnings and revenue expectations for its fiscal fourth quarter of 2019. While one report doesn't change the entire narrative, it's a far cry from Q3's disappointing take.Here are three more reasons why contrarians can believe in EA stock: Management Can Fix What Went WrongLast year was an unusual one. Conspicuously, the Trump administration started to lose credibility in foreign affairs. That's an issue that the former real-estate mogul harped on during his campaign for the 2016 election.A consequence of the spiraling affairs in the White House was the U.S.-China trade war. That eventually sparked a severe correction in the broader markets. I mention this because looking back in hindsight, Electronic Arts stock would have suffered irrespective of management's decisions.But that doesn't excuse EA's top-level executives which made some unforced errors. Key among them was the Battlefield V mishap. Prior to launching the full retail version of the game, EA released a teaser-trailer during a gaming conference. Fans immediately complained about Battlefield V's historical inaccuracies, which was set in World War II.Management insisted that the fans were wrong, even mocking them at one point. They forgot the cardinal rule of business: the customer is always right.I don't need to dive into the gory details. Suffice to say, Battlefield V was an incredible disappointment, badly hurting the EA stock price.But here's the good news: presumably, the worst of the damage is over for Electronic Arts stock. Now, the leadership team just needs to concentrate on fixing what went wrong.If you think about it, that's the easy part: they must cease silly unforced errors. Furthermore, they should concentrate on what has always worked in any industry: give the customers exactly what they want. Apex Legends Delivers the Goods for EA StockSpeaking about fulfilling consumer desires, a discussion on EA stock is incomplete without mentioning Fortnite. Seemingly out of nowhere, this upstart first-person shooter (FPS) turned the broader gaming sector upside down.Personally, I found this phenomenon difficult to understand. Companies like EA and ATVI have dominated the FPS market with increasingly realistic graphics and gore. Fortnite, with its bright, cartoonish graphics, was almost a slap in the face to industry protocol. Yet everybody was talking about it, while the established giants faded into the background.Obviously, that also negatively impacted Electronic Arts stock. However, in this regard, management demonstrated that they're learning lessons from the battlefield (pun intended).Their online FPS title, Apex Legends, encompasses the core elements that made Fortnite a hit: free to play, and utilizing an improved version of "battle royale" mode. When it launched, Apex was an immediate success. More recent indicators suggest that nothing in that characterization has changed. * The 7 Best Tech Stocks to Buy for the Second Half of 2019 Best of all, Fortnite's vaunted user growth is finally slowing. Between November 2018 and March 2019, registered users gained 25% to 250 million. That rate pales in comparison to between June 2018 to November 2018, which was 60%. Love It or Hate It, EA Owns Sports GamingIn some ways, Electronic Arts is a drug dealer. Every year, they release essentially the same game but with prettier graphics. Oh, and some new feature that may or may not resonate with fans. They get away with it because the consumer base is addicted.When it comes to the company's EA Sports division, the old rules (i.e., the customer is always right) don't apply. Since EA owns the most lucrative sports licenses -- NFL and FIFA -- discerning sports fans have few alternative options.I don't see management ever giving up this cash cow, which offers multiple esports synergies. Therefore, I'm inclined to believe the turnaround narrative of EA stock.As of this writing, Josh Enomoto is long SNE. More From InvestorPlace * 4 Top American Penny Pot Stocks (Buy Before June 21) * The 7 Best Tech Stocks to Buy for the Second Half of 2019 * 7 Top-Rated Biotech Stocks to Invest In Today * 4 Semiconductor Stocks to Sell Compare Brokers The post 3 Reasons to Believe in the Contrarian Case for EA Stock appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Video Game Roundup: E3 Update, MSFT Unveils Project Scarlett
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    Video Game Roundup: E3 Update, MSFT Unveils Project Scarlett

    Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2019 witnessed major announcements from Microsoft (MSFT), Nintendo, EA and other gaming companies.

  • Nintendo exec on E3, streaming and game delays
    TechCrunch13 days ago

    Nintendo exec on E3, streaming and game delays

    This year’s E3 was a bit of a mixed bag. Sony was completely absent, Microsoft was looking toward the future and Nintendo, as ever, was all about the games. The show came at an odd time in Nintendo’s release cycle.

  • Google, Microsoft could disrupt the entire video game industry
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    Google, Microsoft could disrupt the entire video game industry

    The video game industry is showing off the biggest and fanciest toys at the Electronic Entertainment Expo.

  • Nintendo’s Ups and Downs at E3 2019
    Market Realist14 days ago

    Nintendo’s Ups and Downs at E3 2019

    Nintendo (NTDOY) doesn't do press conferences at the annual E3 event in Los Angeles. However, the company does live streaming that features upcoming releases. At this year’s expo, Nintendo made several major announcements. The company announced that Animal Crossing: New Horizons—which was previously slated for release this year—will now be delayed until March 2020. But it also said that a sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is in the works.

  • The coolest games of E3 2019
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    The coolest games of E3 2019

    E3 2019 has given us a ton of incredible new games. These, though, are the coolest.

  • TheStreet.com15 days ago

    3 Biggest Takeaways From Nintendo's 2019 E3 Presentation

    Nintendo released its 2019 game lineup. Here are the three biggest announcements from their presentation from Luigi's Mansion 3 to Animal Crossing: New Horizon.

  • Nintendo Delays Animal Crossing, Thinning Its 2019 Holiday Lineup
    Bloomberg15 days ago

    Nintendo Delays Animal Crossing, Thinning Its 2019 Holiday Lineup

    Luigi’s Mansion 3 -- is on schedule but failed to provide a release date. The 40-minute video, broadcast during the E3 game expo in Los Angeles this week, also highlighted support for the Switch from publishers and teased a sequel to mega-hit The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Nintendo had been up 34% this year through Tuesday -- outpacing many of its rivals -- as new titles and expectations for additional hardware boost confidence that the company can navigate big changes in the industry.

  • Gooigi is the best part of ‘Luigi’s Mansion 3’
    Engadget16 days ago

    Gooigi is the best part of ‘Luigi’s Mansion 3’

    It's been a long time since Luigi, the brother of Mario, last starred in aghost-busting adventure

  • Buy Microsoft (MSFT) Shares at New High as Tech Stocks Soar?
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    Microsoft stock hit another new 52-week high Tuesday as MSFT continues to soar in 2019. Is it time to buy?

  • 'The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt' is coming to Nintendo Switch later this year
    Engadget16 days ago

    'The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt' is coming to Nintendo Switch later this year

    Nintendo is bringing The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt to the Switch later this year, the company announced at E3 2019. The action RPG, created by CD Projekt, will be coming to the Nintendo's portable console in its "Complete Edition," which means it'll likely include all the DLC that's been available since 2015. Nintendo didn't say when, exactly, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will be available on the Switch, but we do know it'll be at some point in 2019. At least you have time to prepare yourself for your next fantasy.

  • Microsoft (MSFT) at Xbox E3 Briefing: Project Scarlett & More
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    Microsoft (MSFT) at Xbox E3 Briefing: Project Scarlett & More

    Microsoft (MSFT) made a slew of announcements at E3, 2019 featuring new games, studio acquisition and more.

  • Gotta catch 'em snores: Pokemon sleep app to launch next year
    Reuters29 days ago

    Gotta catch 'em snores: Pokemon sleep app to launch next year

    Japan's the Pokemon Company said on Wednesday it was developing "Pokemon Sleep", a mobile app that tracks players' sleep and uses the data for gameplay, with a release date set for next year. "We want to turn sleep into entertainment," said Tsunekazu Ishihara, chief executive of the Pokemon Company, which helps manage the Pokemon franchise, at an event in Tokyo. At the same event, Kyoto-based Nintendo Co Ltd said it was developing a sleep-tracking successor to its Pokemon Go Plus device, which allows users to "catch" Pokemon without taking out their smartphones.

  • Pokemon Plans Detective Pikachu Sequel for Switch, Sleep Device
    Bloomberg29 days ago

    Pokemon Plans Detective Pikachu Sequel for Switch, Sleep Device

    The Detective Pikachu title aims to cash in on the popularity of the eponymous movie released this month. The game could further boost demand for the Switch, although Pokemon did not announce a release date. The new Pokemon Go Plus + device will sync with Pokemon Go and is aimed at helping people develop healthy sleep habits and turning sleep into entertainment, Pokemon Chief Executive Officer Tsunekazu Ishihara said at the event.

  • Tour Nintendo's E3 Booth With the 'Black Nerd'
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    Tour Nintendo's E3 Booth With the 'Black Nerd'

    Andre Meadows, the 'Black Nerd,' spoke with Nintendo's Kit Ellis at E3 about the company's upcoming releases and gave ET Live a tour of the Nintendo and Luigi Mansion booths.   

  • Pokemon Sword & Shield Full Presentation | Nintendo Direct E3 2019
    Gamespot Videos16 days ago

    Pokemon Sword & Shield Full Presentation | Nintendo Direct E3 2019

    Nintendo took a moment during its E3 2019 Direct to talk about the next Pokemon adventures.

  • Nintendo E3 2019 Games Lineup Revealed - GS News Update
    Gamespot Videos21 days ago

    Nintendo E3 2019 Games Lineup Revealed - GS News Update

    In a press release, Nintendo confirmed it's bringing Pokemon Sword and Shield to the E3 show floor. That was to be expected, after the recent Pokemon Nintendo Direct stream, in which we discovered Sword and Shield's release date, story details, and more. In addition, the platform holder stated Luigi's Mansion 3, The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening, and Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order will all be playable on Nintendo Switch.

  • Nintendo unveils sleep tracker, Pokemon Go Plus Plus
    CNET29 days ago

    Nintendo unveils sleep tracker, Pokemon Go Plus Plus

    Nintendo and The Pokemon Company announce plans to turn your sleep into a game.