I'm an amateur investor and by most accounts, just your average joe. I'd like to talk about something alarming I appear to see frequently: Companies that report great quarters, but drop big immediately on the news! Woo-hoo! [more]
In my last Nintendo (PINK:NTDOY) post I highlighted recent lowlights for the Japanese gaming giant. Nintendo shares hit a fresh 52 Week low yesterday in the U.S., just a month into the launch of their brand-new Wii U gaming console. It appears investors are convinced Nintendo's future looks bleak.
But recent sales data says otherwise. Let's take a look at the Wii U's sales figures to date, and to give them context, we'll compare them to the last console generation's launch figures.
Wii U sales compared to the last console generation's launch figures Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) XBox 360, Sony's (NYSE:SNE) Playstation 3, and Nintendo's Wii: [more]
Earlier in the year I said Nintendo looks like Rocky prepping for their biggest bout yet. Now, they look like Rocky in the early rounds of the fight, just taking a pummeling by Ivan Drago. [more]
While Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) investors, devotees, and critics are focused on iPhones and iPad's, they've largely missed a key innovation Apple snuck under the collective radar. Namely, Apple's big-screened desktop iMac computer is now, razor thin. [more]
Nintendo's (NASDAQOTC: NTDOY) new console has been out for a week. It's the most divisive console ever released. For every glowing review you hear a scathing one. Nintendo released a half-baked machine with sometimes clunky software, missing software, and half-baked ported games from other consoles just to get them on store-shelves by November 18th to capitalize on the holidays. [more]