GameStop Corporation (GME): Price and Financial Metrics
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GME POWR Grades
- Momentum is the dimension where GME ranks best; there it ranks ahead of 98.1% of US stocks.
- GME's strongest trending metric is Value; it's been moving down over the last 52 weeks.
- GME's current lowest rank is in the Sentiment metric (where it is better than 3.46% of US stocks).
GME Stock Summary
- With a one year PEG ratio of 1,578.24, GameStop Corp is expected to have a higher PEG ratio (a measure of how expensive a stock is relative to its expected earnings growth) than 97.73% of US stocks.
- Of note is the ratio of GameStop Corp's sales and general administrative expense to its total operating expenses; 96.96% of US stocks have a lower such ratio.
- In terms of volatility of its share price, GME is more volatile than 91.55% of stocks we're observing.
- If you're looking for stocks that are quantitatively similar to GameStop Corp, a group of peers worth examining would be PPC, PRMW, GBLI, MHK, and AAP.
- Visit GME's SEC page to see the company's official filings. To visit the company's web site, go to www.gamestop.com.
GME Valuation Summary
- In comparison to the median Consumer Cyclical stock, GME's price/sales ratio is 9.68% lower, now standing at 2.8.
- GME's EV/EBIT ratio has moved down 118.1 over the prior 238 months.
- Over the past 238 months, GME's price/sales ratio has gone up 1.8.
Below are key valuation metrics over time for GME.
GME Growth Metrics
- The 4 year cash and equivalents growth rate now stands at 20.42%.
- Its 4 year net income to common stockholders growth rate is now at -262.97%.
- The 2 year net income to common stockholders growth rate now stands at -16597.44%.
The table below shows GME's growth in key financial areas (numbers in millions of US dollars).
|Date||Revenue||Operating Cash Flow||Net Income to Common Stock|
GME's Quality FactorsThe “Quality” component of the POWR Ratings focuses on 31 different factors of a companies fundamentals and operational strength. Here are some key insights as we drill into the specifics of these quality attributes.
- GME has a Quality Grade of C, ranking ahead of 51.94% of graded US stocks.
- GME's asset turnover comes in at 1.998 -- ranking 49th of 165 Retail stocks.
- DLTR, IFMK, and DLTH are the stocks whose asset turnover ratios are most correlated with GME.
The table below shows GME's key quality metrics over time.
|Period||Asset Turnover||Gross Margin||ROIC|
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GME Price/Volume Stats
|Current price||$182.18||52-week high||$483.00|
|Prev. close||$184.52||52-week low||$10.36|
|Day high||$190.70||Avg. volume||17,176,971|
|50-day MA||$186.40||Dividend yield||N/A|
|200-day MA||$168.78||Market Cap||13.94B|
GameStop Corporation (GME) Company Bio
GameStop Corp. engages in the retail of multichannel video game, consumer electronics, and wireless services. It operates through the following segments: United States, Canada, Australia, and Europe. The United States segment includes the retail operations and electronic commerce websites www.gamestop.com and www.thinkgeek.com, Game Informer magazine, and Kongregate. The Canada segment comprises of retail and e-commerce business. The Australia segment refers to the retail and e-commerce operations in Australia and New Zealand. The Europe segment pertains to the retail and e-commerce operations in the European countries. The company was founded by Daniel A. DeMatteo in June 2000 and is headquartered in Grapevine, TX.
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