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Allan Tong’s Discover Picks Speaking of Take Two, its shares dipped 8.7% a week after issuing its report earlier this month. TTWO is expanding its mobile catalogue after recently buying Socialpoint, Playdots and Nordeus. Its WWE SuperCard is its current top mobile game at over 24 million downloads. TTWO beat earnings, but didn’t change its outlook when the street was expecting an upgrade. Hence, the sell-off. However, TTWO’s PE stands at 28.6x while EA’s is precisely twice as much. Then again, Take Two pays no dividend and the company is losing market share. Despite the drop in share price, the street hasn’t changed its 16 buys since that quarterly report (plus five holds and one sell signal). The price target is $213.57 or 33% upside. Read 3 Growing Tech Stocks for our full analysis.
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COMMENT
His favourite videogame stock for ages. It reported good numbers--top and bottom decent beats--but cautious guidance on Monday; a couple of major releases are delayed. The stock got crushed this week, from $173 to $157 today. This has bottomed before, so it may come back again.
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(A Top Pick May 25/21, Down 13.1%)Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O'Reilly Our PAST TOP PICK with TTWO has triggered its stop at $160. We recommend covering the position at this time. We will look for better opportunities elsewhere.
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Down 16.5% year-to-date. TTWO almost always reports a great quarter and conservative guidance. But when they did that in February, the stock plunged from $213 to $161 in one month. Since then, shares have struggled despite their booming business and a fine slate of new releases. Covid winners are unfairly pigeonholed as reopening losers. This includes fellow videogame stocks, EA and ATVI, unless they can prove that more people got hooked on their games this quarter.

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TOP PICK
Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O'Reilly TTWO is the maker of the world famous "Grand Theft Auto" video game, which has benefitted through the pandemic. Recently reported earnings were up over 40% and are expected to continue that trend next year. It's cash position is growing and now is estimated to exceed $2 billion. We would buy this with a stop loss at $160, looking to achieve $222 -- upside potential over 20%. Yield 0% (Analysts’ price target is $221.82)
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Almost every quarter, they report a blow-out then offer conservative guidance in order to deliver another blow-out. Last night, they reported a monster earnings beat and yes offered cautious guidance again, though added a slate of promising releases next year and a marketing campaign to back that. There's room to run.
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They report Tuesday. It can run here. A fabulous pandemic stock when people were stuck at home, but investors see it as a old lockdown stock. He disagrees.
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The new Grand Theft Auto is coming among other big titles which drive this videogame stock. Buy.
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DON'T BUY
Allan Tong’s Discover Picks TTWO itself warns that its revenue will flatten and net income to decline 4%, although net bookings could increase 5-9%. Further, TTWO stock trades at a 44x PE, higher than its peers, and doesn’t pay a divvy. As of this writing, the stock is making a 52-week high of $184, though the entire space is rallying too. This is just $7 shy of its price target. TTWO stock will likely reach that, but I don’t see much upside here. That high PE gives me pause. If you own this already, take come profits. Otherwise, there are better gaming stocks to play. Read 4 More Alluring Gaming Stocks for the Win for our full analysis.
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He has long liked this. This wasn't supposed to be a good year for TTWO, then Covid happened and triggered the stay-at-home trend. TTWO has taken off. They reported a huge top and bottom beat last night and management raising guidance for the full fiscal year. The stock had run up but still added 4% gain today. It's near its August highs that he expects them to retrace next week.
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PARTIAL BUY
He predicts a strong holiday season for videogames, and TTI is his favourite way to play videogames (so to speak). They own the best-selling Grand Theft Auto. They report next week. If the stock pulls back in weak numbers, maybe buy some Thursday, then more on Friday.
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Part of his Fear Factor portfolio of stocks that will thrive with or without government stimulus during Covid This videogame maker boast evergreen content, starting with Grand Theft Auto, the greatest entertainment property of all time. The CEO has broadened the company's portfolio.
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Likes it though he took some money off the table recently after a big move up. He's holding onto the rest. A winner. Is up 36% in the last two months.
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He follows the gaming and e-sports space. He owns Take-Two instead of EA, thanks to the longer runway on the publishing side.

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Esports? He picked up TTWO, following the recent earnings results. They are different in that they have a strong track record in the sustainability of the games they bring to market. They may be behind in some aspects of digitization, but they are catching up.
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Take-Two Interactive Softwar(TTWO-Q) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 8

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 1

Total Signals / Votes : 9

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