GameStop Stock: Disconnected From Fundamentals


  • GameStop Corp.’s recent price movements are disconnected from the company’s fundamentals and outdated business model.
  • The company’s sales in the hardware/accessories, software, and collectibles segments have shown no meaningful growth, with continued declines year after year.
  • GameStop’s failure to adapt to the digital gaming market and competition from platforms like Microsoft and Sony pose significant challenges.
  • While traders may seek to take advantage of the high volatility fueled by Roaring Kitty, long term investors should stay away.

GameStop strip mall location. GameStop is a Video Game and electronics retailer.



As an investor who typically looks at companies through a long-term lens, GameStop Corp. (NYSE:GME) has never been appealing. I believe that the huge price movements fueled by the meme stock era has clouded investors’ judgement in

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