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GameStop Sinks Despite Beating Earnings

When GameStop Corp. (NYSE: GME) reported fiscal first-quarter financial results after markets closed Thursday, the company said that it had $0.63 in earnings per share (EPS) and $2.05 billion in revenue. 266 more words


HP, Costco, Lowe's and More Companies Reporting Earnings This Week

24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of a few major companies scheduled to report their quarterly results this coming week. The broad markets have pulled back slightly from their all-time highs, including the Nasdaq. 413 more words


America's Largest Mall, With 500 Stores, Turns 25 Years Old

News and forecasts about the death of malls are premature, at least for the largest one in the United States. Mall of America, which houses 520 stores, turns 25 years old this weekend. 558 more words


Strategies for Funding and Sustaining NP Preceptorships (Week #13)

Where we are now

As we have been discussing in this blog, the current push for improved healthcare outcomes, cost efficiency, and evidence-based decisions has many private and public sectors examining how we provide healthcare, who provides healthcare, and how we educate those providers. 1,051 more words

Clinical Education

GameStop: More Than Meets The Eye

In my previous article, which you can find here, I outlined how one can fall into value traps when searching for potential value investments. There’s been a few sectors over the course of the past few months where value traps are hidden, namely oil & gas, oil refinery, and retail (global and domestic), to name a few. 1,295 more words

Investment Hypotheses

Why GameStop Is Struggling Despite Earnings Beat

When GameStop Corp. (NYSE: GME) reported its fiscal fourth-quarter financial results after the markets closed on Thursday, the company posted $2.38 in earnings per share (EPS) and $3.05 billion in revenue. 319 more words


Top 3 Earnings Coming Late on Thursday

The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 are both steadily sinking lower this week ahead of the vote on health care. While the Dow had closed higher for weeks, it seems that this recent pullback has been a solidifying factor for the markets, but if they continue to slide it could be correction territory. 209 more words