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The Company develops, markets, publishes and distributes interactive software games that are playable by consumers on video game consoles, personal computers, mobile platforms and online.
EA has $4.99 in cash per share, with the stock selling at less than 15.80, giving it a 3.16 price to cash ratio.EA has not debt. EA has the best relative performance.EA has the best upcoming gaming titles that will make Starcraft 2 sales numbers look like peanuts. Crysis 2, Dead Space 2, SWTOR (the biggest entertainment launch since Avatar), Mass Effect 3EA owns AngryBirds maker RovioEA has awesome call/put ratio EA have an awesome strategy for 2011EA rocks
The only thing EA is capable of producing is unending sequels to games long obsolete, most of which they aquired through acquisitions anyway. They will need to spend most of that cash on acquisitions as their internal development is utterly useless. They are worth exactly their cash value imho.
Yeah, OK, maybe it is time for EA to turn around. A quarter of positive earnings would be a step in the right direction first - something EA is not accustomed to.
A look at websites frequented by gamers reveals an almost vitriolic dislike of EAs customer service methods and practice of charging extra (beyond the initial purchase amount) for additional game content which many consider to be part of the core product.
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