It is a pleasure to introduce you to my new video show, Game Trader. The show will focus on educating our viewers on the somewhat complicated landscape of investing in the games industry. I have managed my own portfolio for almost 10 years. I am a Certified Public Accountant in the state of Texas and I have 5 years of experience as an investment advisor representative.
Game Trader will focus on two core aspects of my investment philosophy: Fundamental and Technical analysis. Fundamental Analysis looks at the financial statements of a company to see how they are performing from a cash flow, revenue, expense, and earnings perpective. Technical Analysis, also known as charting, looks at the price movement of a company to see if there are any clues as to its future direction. In a world where 90% of trading is done by computerized algorithmic trading, I believe it is extremely important to be mindful of a stock's chart when making an investment or trading decision.
This show will focus on educating our viewers and will feature a question and answer session driven by comments on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and of course our Chatty forum.
This week, I take a look at Nintendo's stock (NTDOY) ahead of the launch of Super Mario Run. Nintendo's stock has had a wild ride in the last year, with Pokemon Go's success pushing shares to levels not seen since 2011. After churning around in a period of consolidation, is it still a good time to buy shares of Nintendo? Please take a look to find out!
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Find out more about the charting software used in this video at the Official TC2000 Website.
If you found any of the terms in the video confusing, please check out Investopedia for much more educational information.
At the time of this article, Asif A. Khan, his family members, and his company Virtue LLC had the following positions:
Long Nintendo via NTDOY ADR
Long Apple via AAPL shares and options