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The Company is engaged in research, development, operation and licensing of online games.
Mostly I just like Neverwinter
Not the best in class in Chinese gaming, but still interesting. Very low P/E of about 6 with FY2012e earnings in relation to groth opportunities. They have some debt and some net cash on the balance sheet, but not as much as Netease so their potential for share repurchases and dividens is kind of limited.The thing that caught my attention is the fact that PWRD is apparently the official distributor of Dota2 in China which is a huge deal.
Most of this market cap is cash, with $445 million in cash after you minus the debt, plus it trades at a PE of 3.66. Super cheap.
Chinese gaming star - 52wk low - low p/e - means to make great games - huge market
Their free-to-play programs are a sensible move and the new (but small) sources of revenue appear well implemented from a player standpoint. Want earrings? Pay a little. Want a fancy ship? Pay a little more. This brings players at the margin for very little additional operating cost. It also permits players with means to splurge every last penny of their gaming budget. Finally, it cuts into the third-party gold-farming market.The upcoming "Neverwinter" has the brand power to compete with the other A-list MMOs. Earnings look good. The price "should" follow, eventually.On the downside, I have concerns about China's overall economic being which may have serious consequences for this Chinese company.
Great management, shareholder friendly, China is coming back
After proving that they can make a profit (hopefully without illicit accounting involved) I think this stock should easily outperform over the long haul. After all what else are Chinese guys (ages 14 - 30) suppose to do. There aren't exactly a lot of women over there to chase with their free time
PWRD is a growing company, their stock tanked specially after the false rumors came out about the company. According to Trefis & many other reliable sources this should be a $21 stock!
Severely undervalued - still hammered because lumped into China stocks
Please God help me with this stock! Very tough competition out their but hopefully the numbers will prove that this is a good company. I don't know if it will ever blow the numbers away with stellar profits, but it has potential to be in the green in your portfolio. $12 is a good entry point but expect drops here and there. I hope that it makes it to the $20 range.
Big market and new games.
Chinese based online gaming has a lot of room for growth
ridiculously low PE ratio for a growing Chinese gaming market. Government is currently encouraging more internet cafes.
PWRD has just gotten past it's developmental phase where it had to sink money to land a hit. With their earnings handily beating estimates the past couple of quarters, this company is starting to take off and may soon be more relevant to CYOU and NTES. The growing Chinese middle class getting access to computers and internet sure doesn't hurt either.
Picked up 50 @ 18.33. Lets see what happens on Monday/Tuesday after earnings. Its testing Bollinger lowe bands so it may go up if earnings are at/above expectations....
Here's a solid company that beat estimates by almost 40% (.76 EPS vs analysts consensus of .55 EPS) in Q1, yet was unfairly caught up in the recent Chinese internet stock selloff. PWRD has almost $5 of cash per share and is currently trading at a P/E of below 7.5. They currently have 2 new games, Rusty Hearts and Raiderz, that looked very impressive at E3 and appear to be ready to release later this year. Smart management and a solid R&D team should make this stock a winner for years to come.
gaming is coming back
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