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|Day's Range||49.33 - 49.62|
|52 Week Range||38.97 - 52.11|
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Shares of Walt Disney Co. fell 0.4% in premarket trading Monday, after the media and entertainment giant was downgraded by Imperial Capital analyst David Miller, citing concerns over valuation after the recent run up in price. Miller cut his rating to in line, after being at outperform since November 2018, but kept his price target at $147. The stock has soared 29.2% year to date through Friday, while the SPDR Communication Services Select Sector ETF has rallied 16.6% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average has gained 11.8%; it closed at a record of $141.74 on Thursday. Miller said Disney's stock is "now trading at record multiples," with all the bullish catalysts he was expecting when he upgraded the stock in November, including the release of "Avenger's Endgame," the opening of two "Star Wars" lands, the disposal of the Regional Sports Networks and the re-financing of various 21st Century Fox debt, is now "pretty much built into the stock, in our view." He said the one bullish catalyst that hasn't yet occurred--the resumption of share buybacks--could resume as soon as about one year from now.
Communication services was the hardest hit of the S&P 500's 11 sectors, led by the sharp selloff in Google-parent Alphabet Inc. shares. The SPDR Communication Services Select Sector ETF shed 1.9% in morning trade, putting it on track for a three-month closing low, while the S&P 500 gained 0.1%. The biggest drag was Alphabet's stock, which tumbled 5.6% on fears that the Department of Justice is preparing for a potential antitrust investigation. Among other big losers, shares of Facebook Inc. dropped 3.7%, CenturyLink Inc. gave up 2.7% and Twitter Inc. slid 2.4%. Meanwhile, the biggest gainers were shares of Verizon Communications Inc. tacked on 2.0% and AT&T Inc. rose 2.0%.
Shares of Sprint Corp. took an afternoon dip Monday, but was still 16%, after Bloomberg reported that the Department of Justice is leaning against approving T-Mobile U.S. Inc.'s buyout of the telecommunications company. The stock had rocketed as much as 27.8% in intraday trade Monday, after the Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai said he planned to recommend the merger, after the latest commitments made by the companies. The Bloomberg report, which cited one person familiar with the DOJ review, said the reason the DOJ was leaning against approving the merger was because the remedies proposed by the companies don't go far enough to resolve antitrust concerns. Meanwhile, T-Mobile U.S.'s stock was up 2.5%, after being up as much as 7.4% earlier. The SPDR Communications Services Select Sector ETF was down 1.7% and the S&P 500 fell 0.8%.
The Nasdaq today led the market higher, as technology and internet stocks rallied and helped the indexes extend their rebound.
Shares of AT&T Inc. rose 2.5% in morning trade Tuesday, after Chief Executive Randall Stephenson spoke provided an upbeat outlook for its video business in 2020. Speaking at the J.P. Morgan Global, Technology, Media and Communications Conference, Stephenson said a spike in churn in the video business should be expected this year, as the company looks to boost profitability in the business by "cleaning up" the customer base. He said a number of video customers provide "very low" average revenue per user (ARPU). "It's going to take pretty much this year to work through this customer cleanup," Stephenson said, according to a transcript provided by FactSet. By 2020, he said customer numbers can improve "significantly," as the lion share of those remaining will be of "high quality." AT&T's stock has gained 9.4% year to date, while the SPDR Communication Services Select Sector ETF has rallied 16.2% and the S&P 500 has tacked on 13.0%.
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The U.S.-listed shares of Nokia Corp. plunged 9.9% toward a 6 1/2-month low in very active morning trade Thursday, after the Finland-based telecommunications giant reported a surprise first-quarter adjusted loss, citing increased competitive intensity in the early stages of 5G. Trading volume swelled to 34.9 million shares, enough to make it the most actively traded stock on major U.S. exchanges, and already above the full-day average of 23.3 million shares. Nokia reported overnight a net loss of EUR442 million ($492.5 million), or 8 cents a share, after a loss of EUR354 million, or 6 cents a share, in the year-ago period. Excluding non-recurring items, the adjusted per-share loss (euro) was 2 cents, compared with the FactSet consensus of a profit of 3 cents. Revenue rose 2% to EUR5.03 billion, above the FactSet consensus of EUR5.01 billion. Nokia's stock has lost 21% over the past three months, while the SPDR Communications Services Select Sector ETF has rallied 13% and the S&P 500 has gained 9.8%.
Facebook has gained nearly 21% over the past three months. The strength is expected to continue given that Facebook has a reasonable chance of beating earnings estimates this quarter.
Shares of Verizon Communications Inc. rallied 1.1% in premarket trade Tuesday, after the wireless, internet and TV services provider beat first-quarter profit expectations, while revenue was in line, and raised its outlook. Net income rose to $5.16 billion, or $1.22 a share, from $4.67 billion, or $1.11 a share, in the same period a year ago. Excluding non-recurring items, adjusted EPS rose to $1.20 from $1.17, beating the FactSet consensus of $1.17. Revenue grew 1.1% to $32.13 billion, compared with the FactSet consensus of $32.15 billion. Total wireless revenue rose 3.7% to $22.7 billion, above the FactSet consensus of $22.5 billion, while wireline revenue fell 3.9% to $7.3 billion, matching expectations of $7.3 billion. Wireless retail postpaid net additions totaled 61,000, consisting of net losses of 44,000 phones and 156,000 tablets, and net additions of 261,000 other connected devices, primarily wearables. Postpaid smartphone net additions were 174,000. The company raised it guidance for 2019 adjusted EPS to show "low single-digit percentage growth" versus previous guidance that it would be "similar" to 2018. The stock has gained 3.8% year to date through Monday, while the SPDR Communications Services Select Sector ETF has run up 19.6% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average has hiked up 13.7%.
The encouraging trends have rekindled the appeal for riskier assets, especially the cyclical stocks that tend to outperform during periods of healthy economic growth.
For the most part, video game stocks are performing well in 2019. Shares of Electronic Arts (NASDAQ:EA), one of the largest U.S.-based video game makers, are up 24% year-to-date, but the industry also has some laggards. Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI), one of EA's most direct competitors, sees its shares lower by 2% this year.Globally, the video game industry is a $140 billion business and it is growing."Video game revenue in 2018 reached a new peak of $43.8 billion, up 18 percent from the previous years, surpassing the projected total global box office for the film industry, according to new data released by the Entertainment Software Association and The NPD Group," reports TechCrunch.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThe video game industry, while expansive, is also highly fragmented. So while there are a growing number of thematic exchange-traded funds (ETFs) on the market today, the number of video game ETFs, as readers will see here, is quite low. In fact, there are just two funds resembling dedicated video game ETFs. * 10 Best Stocks to Buy and Hold Forever With that in mind, let's look at some of the funds, including some stretches, that have credibility as video game ETFs. ETFMG Video Game Tech ETF (GAMR)Expense Ratio: 0.75%, or $75 annually per $10,000 investedThe ETFMG Video Game Tech ETF (NYSEARCA:GAMR) turned three years old last month and is the first dedicated video game ETF to list in the U.S. For an ETF focused on a somewhat narrow niche, GAMR has been relatively successful as highlighted by the fund's $100 million in assets under management. Home to almost 80 stocks, this video game ETF tracks the EEFund Video Game Tech Index.GAMR is reflective of the global nature of the video game industry as the fund provides exposure to 14 countries. The video game ETF's largest geographic weights will not surprise seasoned gamers. The U.S., Japan, South Korea and China combine for almost 78% of the fund's weight. GAMR provides exposure to several compelling video game themes, including mobile gaming and digital downloads."The percentage of digitally downloaded video games rose from 31% in 2010 to 74% in 2016," according to ETFMG. "This is expected to climb to nearly 93% by 2021."This video game ETF is up nearly 17% year-to-date. VanEck Vectors Video Gaming and eSports ETF (ESPO)Expense Ratio: 0.55%In the video game ETF realm, the VanEck Vectors Video Gaming and eSports ETF (NYSEARCA:ESPO) is the most direct competitor to the aforementioned GAMR. ESPO, which debuted last October, is not just a video game ETF. The fund is one of the best avenues for exposure to the booming e-sports market.ESPO tracks the Global Video Gaming and esports Index. Many of the dedicated esports companies are not yet publicly traded, so ESPO's 25 holdings run the gamut of video game makers, such as Activision Blizzard and Electronic Arts, semiconductor makers and console makers. ESPO's components must derive at least half their sales from video games or esports to be included in the fund.Up 20.28% this year, this video game ETF has recently been hitting new highs, reflecting investors' expectations for the growing esports market. * 6 Cheap Stocks That Cost Less Than $10 "Competitive video gaming audience expected to reach 454 million people globally in 2019," according to VanEck. "Esports revenue growth has increased almost 40% yearly since 2015, supported by a young, affluent audience." iShares PHLX Semiconductor ETF (SOXX)Expense Ratio: 0.47%No, the iShares PHLX Semiconductor ETF (NASDAQ:SOXX) is not a video game ETF, but remember, there are not many video game ETFs and some semiconductor makers are heavily involved in the video game and competitive gaming markets. That includes Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA), the largest holding in SOXX.Nvidia rival Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) is also making inroads in the video game space, having recently reported that its chips will power Google's online gaming platform known as Stadia. Shares of Nvidia and AMD combine for about 13% of SOXX's weight.While that is not enough to make this chip fund a video game ETF, it is enough to make SOXX an appropriate option for investors looking for indirect video game exposure via the ETF wrapper. SOXX is higher by 29% this year. First Trust Cloud Computing ETF (SKYY)Expense Ratio: 0.60%Some of the largest companies in the U.S., such as Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) and Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), have significant video game exposure, but because video games are not the primary drivers of those companies' revenue, they do not reside in video game ETFs.While it is not a proper video game ETF, the First Trust Cloud Computing ETF (NASDSAQ:SKYY) has some legitimated video game credibility. Mobile game maker Zynga (NASDAQ:ZNGA) is SKYY's largest holding at a weight of 6.18%. Facebook (NASDAQ:FB), a platform for social gaming, represents nearly 5% of SKYY's weight while Amazon and Microsoft combine for nearly 7% of the fund's weight. Additionally, there are myriad cloud applications in the video game universe. * 10 Dividend Growth Stocks You Can't Miss "On trend with community gaming, the increasing preference for multiplayer gaming is pushing momentum in the cloud gaming industry," according to ETMG. "Cloud gaming allows gamers access to supercomputers that can render high-end games, exceeding the processing power that normal hardware players are capable of." iShares Expanded Tech-Software Sector ETF (IGV)Expense Ratio: 0.47%As its name implies, the iShares Expanded Tech-Software Sector ETF (CBOE:IGV) is a software fund, not a dedicated video game ETF. However, IGV does have ample video game exposure because many companies in this space are software makers.Microsoft is IGV's largest holding at a weight of just over 8% … a relevant point because the company is the maker of the Xbox console. Additionally, a point that gets overlooked because of Microsoft's sprawling businesses, including business software and the cloud, is that the company is actually the fourth-largest video game company in the U.S.Video game makers Activision, Electronic Arts and Take-Two Interactive Software (NASDAQ:TTWO) combine for nearly 7% of IGV's weight. Global X Social Media ETF (SOCL) Expense Ratio: 0.65%The Global X Social Media ETF (NASDAQ:SOCL) is a valid alternative for a traditional video game ETF for several reasons. China's Tencent Holdings (OTC:TCEHY) is SOCL's largest holding at a weight of nearly 13% and that company is a significant footprint in China's growing video game market. In fact, China is the world's largest video game market.Bolstering the case for video game growth in China is that the government there approved nearly 800 games in the first quarter, most of which were not traditional poker or gambling-related board games. SOCL's video game ETF status is boosted by exposure to Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG, NASDAQ:GOOGL), Facebook and Zynga, among others.With so many gamers turning to multi-player games and using these games to interact with friends and make new acquaintances, the intersections of social media and gaming are potentially limitless and highly lucrative for advertisers and game makers. Simply put, SOCL is a social media fund, but its video game ETF credentials have the potential to exponentially grow in the years ahead. Communication Services Select Sector SPDR (XLC)Expense Ratio: 0.13%The Communication Services Select Sector SPDR (NYSEARCA:XLC) is the first ETF dedicated to the communication services sector, which debuted last year. As such, this fund features massive exposure to Facebook and the two share classes of Alphabet. Those stocks combine for almost 43% of XLC's weight, giving this fund video game ETF viability.Activision Blizzard is also a top 10 holding in XLC and Electronic Arts and Take-Two also reside in this fund. XLC would see its video game ETF credentials increase if Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) and Walt Disney (NYSE:DIS), which combine for 10.26% of the fund's weight, bolster their video game exposure.Ultimately, XLC has some video game exposure, but the average market value of its 26 components is $358.69 billion, meaning many of these companies' bottom lines are not going to be materially altered by video game exposure over the near to medium term.As of this writing, Todd Shriber did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 5 Dividend Stocks Perfect for Retirees * 7 Reasons the Stock Market Rally Isn't Over Yet * 10 S&P 500 Stocks to Weather the Earnings Storm Compare Brokers The post 7 Video Game ETFs That Will Make You a Winner appeared first on InvestorPlace.
Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ) is one of the world's largest telecommunications companies. While the telecommunications sector transitions into the communication services sector, Verizon and rival AT&T (NYSE:T) remain two of the group's sleepier giants. This delayed start has held Verizon stock back.Source: Via FlickrVerizon is up 4.48% this year compared to a gain of 13.13% for the Dow and a 18.65% gain for the Communication Services Select Sector SPDR (NYSEARCA:XLC), a fund in which Verizon is a top 10 holding.There are avenues for Verizon to shed its laggard status and deliver more upside for investors. In terms of near-term catalysts, there is Verizon's first-quarter earnings report, slated for Tuesday, April 23. Analysts expect the company to earn $1.17 per share on revenue of $32.19 billion. In recent quarters, Verizon has delivered modest earnings surprises, slightly beating Wall Street estimates over the last four quarters.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 10 S&P 500 Stocks to Weather the Earnings Storm Calling On 5GAnother possible catalyst is the 5G rollout. As you know, 5G is the next generation of wireless communication systems, which is a significant deal for the likes of AT&T and Verizon because about 90% of Americans have mobile phones."The U.S. carriers have begun to move to next-generation 5G wireless networks, which promise faster data speeds and lower latency than earlier technologies," reports Barron's. "Verizon already has a limited commercial network up and running in some areas of Chicago and Minneapolis and is planning to cover parts of another 15 cities later this year."The company's early push into 5G could payoff for VZ stock eventually, but there are still kinks that need to be ironed out, including coverage areas and upload speeds. Download and upload speeds are not be underestimated as important data points for Verizon. Mobile phone users increasingly rely on their phones for a variety of functions and with corporate customers representing significant parts of carriers' businesses, data speeds are crucial.According to Business Insider:"Fast speeds are important for consumers -- 81% identified a high-speed network as a must-have mobile offering, according to Business Insider Intelligence's Telecom Competitive Edge Report (enterprise only) -- and consumers could be unwilling to pay for 5G if it's not consistently better than the current 4G LTE offering" Verizon Versus AT&TFor better or worse, shares of AT&T and Verizon are often joined at the hip in the eyes of investors. That said, Verizon has a market value of almost $243 billion, about $9 billion ahead of its rival. Additionally, Verizon's debt burden is $110 billion, or about $60 billion less than AT&T's.Those data points aside, investors are clearly favoring AT&T this year. Shares of that company are outperforming Verizon by a roughly 3-to-1 margin since the start of 2019. For now, AT&T has the more diverse revenue streams than Verizon and that may well be one reason the former is outpacing the latter this year."This year, Verizon is expected to generate 71% of sales from wireless services. Wireless-related business will probably be about 40% of AT&T's revenue," according to Barron's. Bottom Line on Verizon StockVerizon stock remains a valid choice for conservative income investors. The shares yield 4.10%, more than double the yield on the S&P 500. Verizon stock currently pays a quarterly dividend of 60.25 cents a share, representing dividend growth of just over 20% since 2012. Over the past 15 years, Verizon stock's dividend has grown by about 50%.Still, investors should probably temper expectations that Verizon stock will suddenly start acting like a growth stock, a style that is very much in favor right now. Investors may be more apt to reward Verizon stock if 5G shows a material impact for the company's bottom line or if defensive, low volatility fare comes back into style.Todd Shriber does not own any of the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Stocks to Buy for Spring Season Growth * This Is How You Beat Back a Bear Market * 7 Dental Stocks to Buy That Will Make You Smile Compare Brokers The post The Rise of 5G and Fading Headwinds Make Verizon Stock a Buy appeared first on InvestorPlace.
Headquartered in Santa Monica, California, Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI) is one of the most important interactive software and content developers, holding the keys to some of the biggest video game franchises. After being a darling among investors from 2014 to the last quarter of 2018, ATVI stock has dropped more than 40% from its early October highs.Source: Shutterstock The group is expected to report quarterly earnings on May 2. So what kind of price performance can we expect from the company around its earnings release? And will ATVI stock ultimately become a strong buy-candidate in the second quarter?Although I would not bet against ATVI stock's future, between now and the earnings release date, I expect to see further volatility and possible price weakness in Activision Blizzard stock. Here is why:InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips Current Headwinds for Activision Blizzard StockIncreased Competition: The global gaming market has been growing at a rapid rate and is expected to exceed $180 billion in revenues in 2021. The success of mobile gaming, which accounts for half of the gaming revenue, is one of the most important drivers behind this growth. * 7 AI Stocks to Watch with Strong Long-Term Narratives Going forward, analysts believe eSports will become a major disruptive force, with a market that will exceed $1 billion this year and with a revenue increase of 26.7% year-over-year. Most of the revenues for the companies in this segment currently come from North America and China.Such a growth industry inevitably attracts global competition. For example, Fortnite, an apocalyptic survival video game developed and marketed by the privately held Epic Games, generated $2.4 billion in revenue last year, more than any single game in 2018. The free-to-play game has become a worldwide champion among gamers of all ages.Earnings Season Worries: ATVI is one of the largest gaming companies globally in terms of revenue and market cap. The company has five core divisions: * Activision, which produces franchises such as Call of Duty and Destiny and focusing on console gaming; * Blizzard, which produces franchises such as World of Warcraft and Overwatch and focusing on online PC games with an emphasis on subscription-based business models; * King Digital, which produces mobile games; * Activision Blizzard Studios, a television and film studio that produces original content based on ATVI's existing franchises; and * MLG, which is an online eSports broadcasting network which produces titles like the Overwatch League.Activision Blizzard is currently franchise-reliant, whereas competition like Fortnite tends to focus on video game volume. In other words, if ATVI's core franchises were to lose popularity, the company would face fiscal and market consequences and the stock price would suffer.When Activision Blizzard reported earnings on Feb. 12, Wall Street was hoping to see the company to dispel fears of Fortnite and other competition. However, the company's fourth-quarter financial results left some investors raising an eyebrow as the number of monthly active users (MAUs) showed a steady decline in 2018 -- a possible sign that Fortnite has indeed been luring away ATVI fans.While Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 has done well, the Destiny franchise has been underperforming. Finally, Activision Blizzard's 2019 guidance that was less than impressive, with a forecasted drop in revenue to $6.3 billion from $7.5 billion in 2018. The company is also decreasing the global headcount by 8%.Analysts have also been concerned about the impact of several high-profile exits among Activision executives. The industry would rather report the company's successful franchises and positive player experiences than worries over the managerial void. For example, Activision Blizzard is continuing to bet big on eSports and investors are hoping that a bigger fan base would also translate into larger live events and merchandise sales. However, the numbers to positively affect the bottom line are not there yet.In short, most investors are likely to wait on the sidelines until they have more have a chance to analyze the balance sheet. Unless the numbers and the rest of the 2019 guidance are exceptional in May, investors may decide not to invest in the stock for several more weeks -- or even months. Short-Term Technical Analysis of ATVI StockDespite the broader market rally of 2019 which has pushed the prices of many tech stocks significantly higher, year-to-date, Activision Blizzard stock is up only around 2%. On the other hand, the stock price of Electronic Arts (NASDAQ:EA), one of ATVI's main competitors, is up 27% in 2019.ATVI stock's 52-week price range has been $84.68 (Oct. 1, 2018)-$39.85 (Feb. 11, 2019) and its 2019 gains have come mostly in March. Therefore, its short-term technical indicators have now become overextended. Investors who pay attention to short-term oscillators should note that ATVI's technical message has also become "overbought."Nonetheless, ATVI's current price is still under the 200-day moving average, a long-term trend-following technical indicator, which currently is at $53.3. While long-term investors would like to see ATVI stock go over the $50 level, traders are likely to keep the range between $47.50 and $42.50. Ultimately, ATVI's price will need to stabilize and build a base again before a long-term sustained leg up can occur.If you already own ATVI stock, you might want to hold your position. However, within the parameters of your portfolio allocation and risk/return profile, you may consider placing a stop loss at about 3%-5% below the current price point.If you are an experienced investor in the options market, you may also consider using a covered call strategy with approximately a six-week time horizon. In that case, you may, for example, buy 100 shares of ATVI at a limit price of $47.17 (the closing price on Apr. 11) and, at the same time, sell a ATVI May 31 $47.5 call option, which currently trades at $2.7.The $47.50 option is almost at-the-money, offering downside protection in case of volatility and a decline in Activision Blizzard stock. This call option would stop trading on May 31, 2019, and expire on June 1.After the upcoming earnings call, if you still believe in the bull case for Activision Blizzard stock, then you might consider waiting for a better time to buy, such as when the share price is around the low $40's, or even high $30's. The Bottom Line on ATVI StockWith its strong franchise focus, Activision Blizzard is an important company that is likely to weather the ebbs and flows of the industry. The rise of the digital gaming revolution is here to stay, and I believe the long-term fundamental story of ATVI stock is still intact.Investors who are interested in companies in the interactive software, entertainment or communication services but do not want to commit all their capital to a single stock such as ATVI may also consider investing in various exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that have Activision Blizzard as a holding. Examples of such funds would include the Invesco Dynamic Software ETF (NYSEARCA:PSJ), the VanEck Vectors Video Gaming and eSports ETF (NYSEARCA:ESPO) or the Communication Services Select Sector SPDR (NYSEARCA:XLC).As of this writing, Tezcan Gecgil did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. 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