GameStop Corp. (SPX: GME) has been victimized of late by the market’s bearish sentiment for video game retailers. Analysts claim the gaming industry is making an abrupt transition into streaming. In order for this statement to be true, a rather large assumption must be made -- that consumer preferences within the gaming industry are perfectly aligned. This has led investors to largely overlook GameStop’s bottom line growth thus far in FY 2015, in addition to the company’s strong forward earnings projections.
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As short interest approaches 50%, GameStop’s stock price has suffered through the turn of the New Year. The stock declined by 19% in less than 2 months after trading at $44.70/sh on November 20th, 2014. With a current price of $36.35/sh, GME is trading 22% below its 52-week high. Continue reading "GameStop Corp. (GME) is an Attractive Buying Opportunity"