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Eur Jpy: 5min
Was unfortunate on my first trade thinking that the trade was at a supply zone, hit my sl and took a loss.
Looked at the charts again, broke through zone, Retested zone, so entered and recouped loss and made 1.5% gain
Electronic Arts Inc. (EA) stock has soared almost 700% in the past five years with room to run much higher in 2018 as the gaming industry continues to pick up steam. The gaming software company reported $0.50 EPS last quarter, topping analysts’ consensus estimates of $0.40 by $0.10. Electronic Arts had a return on equity of 28.92% and a net margin of 23.35%. At 30x, EA’s P/E is lower than its industry peers (35.1x). This implies that investors are undervaluing each dollar of EA’s earnings. This shows that EA represents an under-priced stock. Buckingham Research set a $143.00 price objective on Electronic Arts and gave the stock a “buy” rating in a research report on Sunday, November 19th. This stock is a Hedge Fund favorite with many of them significantly increasing their stake. Renaissance Technologies LLC grew its holdings in Electronic Arts by 928.4% during the second quarter for a combined value of $300 million. Electronic Arts should be on your watchlist as the stock approaches it’s 52 week high of $122 a share and is set to continue its upward trajectory given the robust demand in the gaming industry. Price Target: $140 a Share 🔥💰🚀📈 Source: SeekingAlpha