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Technology Stocks : THQ,Inc. (THQI)

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To: Brian MacDonald who wrote (13868)5/27/2000 1:54:00 PM
From: Mr. AlohaRead Replies (1) of 14266
 
This is how crappy AKLM has been in terms of financials etc..

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and here's THQI
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THQI has done a beautiful job. If the top Exec's get to make a few million, they deserve it. Let's be fair.

Here's ERTS.. not bad...
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THDO? They're all over the place, like AKLM.
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THDO has less cash, more shares and less projected revenue (earnings) so I'd say THQI is a better choice right now.

ATVI is somewhat similiar to THQI but they are a little sloppy on the control side. They're stock hasn't appreciated as much because they dropped the ball a few
times.

MWY has been a mess.
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So what's THQI going to do this year and NEXT? They need to keep earnings in the $.90 range this year and move to about $1.80 or more next year. They don't want to get in the same position as the other game developers where earnings drop and they suffer more than 1 year's decline.

The cost cutting THQI is doing now is a good thing. They need to get rid of all the crap that doesn't sell and focus on licensing strong brands, making more great wrestling games and getting a few good titles that they OWN, that they can develope sequels to etc..

THDO says Playstation II is going to be a cash cow. I think the hype will be great for all the gaming stocks later this year and next.

I wonder how ERTS will do? Looks like their stock could take a hit to $30-40 like ALL THE REST of the group.

Remember: THQI needs the stock price higher just like we do. They're goal is not to run the company into the ground.

Buy in the summer, sell in the winter....
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