GameStop Corp. Has Upside
I love turnaround situations.
Once in a while, good firms run into problems. During these times, you can often buy up great assets for pennies on the dollar.
For proof, you only need to look at.
This Beaten-Down Stock Is Worth a Look
The retail industry hasn’t been in the best of shape, but that did not stop GameStop Corp. (NYSE:GME) from mailing out oversized dividend checks to shareholders. And going forward, the company could provide.
Earn a High Dividend Yield of 7.2% from GameStop
GameStop Corp. (NYSE:GME) is down 30% over the past year. Is now the time to consider shares in the video game retailer, or is it best to stay away?
A High-Dividend Stock with Dividend Growth Possibilities
An income investor’s ideal stock would likely be a high-dividend stock with future dividend growth prospects. However, finding such a company can be quite time consuming and difficult. Also, the investment must make.
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