Nintendo stock sees stock rise 11%, highest gain since 2008

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User Info: darkqueenhelba

darkqueenhelba
4 years ago#1
http://gonintendo.com/?mode=viewstory&id=200006
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User Info: BeanBeanKingdom

BeanBeanKingdom
4 years ago#2
Nintendoomed, Iwata needs to resign etc.
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User Info: KaiRyusaki

KaiRyusaki
4 years ago#3
BeanBeanKingdom posted...
Nintendoomed, Iwata needs to resign etc.


you forgot wiiusurance thread

User Info: -Damien-

-Damien-
4 years ago#4
Japan overall stock market has increased over 50% for the last 6 months.

so it's nothing special, infact Nintendo stock is underperformed relative to other Japanese stocks

User Info: chuchumyrocket

chuchumyrocket
4 years ago#5
Who cares? This doesn't help us play more games.
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User Info: excitebike64

excitebike64
4 years ago#6
-Damien- posted...
Japan overall stock market has increased over 50% for the last 6 months.

so it's nothing special, infact Nintendo stock is underperformed relative to other Japanese stocks


Let's all forget that Nintendo is only a video game company, with some merchandise on the side to promote said games.

It's not like this is big tech stock or a massive product distributor. For a specialized company, it seems good.

Now, if they were mutli-branched like the competition, it may not look like much. Or perhaps a bank, which deals with multiple transactions in different fields.

User Info: excitebike64

excitebike64
4 years ago#7
Greater stock value means either more games or more game variety, typically.

User Info: chuchumyrocket

chuchumyrocket
4 years ago#8
excitebike64 posted...
Greater stock value means either more games or more game variety, typically.


No it doesn't.
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User Info: NamcoMuseum2

NamcoMuseum2
4 years ago#9
But you can't play stocks, it's games that the Wii U needs!

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Nice_Kirbyfan9
4 years ago#10
From: NamcoMuseum2 | #009
But you can't play stocks, it's games that the Wii U needs!

Let the fanboys have something. Right now is kind of a sad time to be a wii u fanboy :(
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