The Rush to GameStop

Gamestop (NYSE:GME)

GameStop Corp. (NYSE:GME) shares came within a dime of hitting a new 52-week high today and its all thanks to an analyst.

GameStop Goes Digital to Stay in the Game

Gamestop (NYSE:GME)

Bricks-and-mortar game retailer GameStop Corp. (NYSE:GME) has made a couple of acquisitions that the company expects to help it pick up some business in the online video gaming market. It could work, but there are caveats.

What $100 Oil Means for Our Recovery

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Economists explain the impact of higher crude prices on the consumer. Hint: it's not pretty. As people divert more money to gasoline then it means less money for discretionary purchases, thus there are some stocks to short.

GameStop Shares Tumble

Gamestop (NYSE:GME)

GameStop Corp. (NYSE:GME) shares are under pressure today, down 5.6% after same-store sales fell short of analyst expectations.  Its a big win for short sellers of GameStop as its stock now has an overwhelming short float of 26%.

Slow Crawl for GameStop (GME)

Gamestop (NYSE:GME)

It appears GameStop Corp. (NYSE:GME) shares have finally hit bottom, they are up 9% from their 52-week low and inched up 3% from last week.

GameStop Shares Unstoppable: Guidance + Short Interest (NYSE:GME)

Gamestop (NYSE:GME)

GameStop Corp. (NYSE:GME) shares racked up 6.5% thanks to a better than expected guidance and the analysts are jumping onboard.  GME's short float is at 15% which is also helping for the uptick.

Biggest Losers Today: Gamestop, Tessera Technologies and Helios & Matheson (GME, TSRA,HMNA)

NBC's 'The Biggest Loser'

Falling hard today are shares of GameStop (NYSE:GME), Tessera Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ:TSRA), and Helios & Matheson North America Inc (NASDAQ:HMNA) with the biggest loser award going to GME down 15%.

Beat Street: GameStop, Suntech Power and Williams Sonoma (NYSE:GME, NYSE:STP, NYSE:WSM)

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GameStop Corp. (NYSE:GME) posted Q3 EPS of $0.32 beats the Street by $0.02 a share. Their revenue was released at $1.84B, which is +8.2% from the previous quarter and slightly up from Q3 2008 of $1.73B.

GameStop Keeps Promising a Stellar 2010 yet Shares Fall

Gamestop (NYSE:GME)

GameStop Corp.'s (NYSE:GME) CEO keeps saying 2010 is going to be a record year, just like 2008 was for the game industry when sales hit $21 billion.  But what if GameStop's CEO and fearless leader Dan DeMatteo is wrong?  You can bet shareholders are growing tired of promises of grandeur while traders are having a field day playing the volatility of GME shares.

Will Gamestop shares keep falling or rebound?

Video Games

Is all the negative press on Gamestop (NYSE:GME) losing out on the digital age of XBOX 360 and Sony Playstation 3 downloads going to kill the prominent video retailer that has made countless millions from new and used game sales?

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