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Which Major Gaming Stocks Are Trading at a Discount to the Analysts’ Estimates?

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Activision Blizzard

The four leading gaming stocks have generated significant returns in 2017, but analysts don’t necessarily believe that all four stocks will rise in the next 12 months—nor do they believe that the overall upward rally in gaming will discontinue as we enter 2018.

Of the 27 analysts covering Activision Blizzard (ATVI), 20 recommend a “buy,” while none recommends a “sell,” and seven recommends a “hold.” The analysts’ stock price target for Activision is $71.44, with a median target estimate of $72. ATVI is now trading at a discount of 16.2% to the median analyst estimate.

Take-Two Interactive

Of the 20 analysts covering Take-Two Interactive (TTWO), 16 recommend a “buy,” while one recommends a “sell,” and three recommend a “hold.”

The analysts’ stock price target for Take-Two is $126.58, with a median target estimate of $128. Take-Two is now trading at a discount of 16% to the median analyst estimate.

Electronic Arts

Of the 27 analysts covering Electronic Arts (EA), 22 recommend a “buy,” while none recommends a “sell,” and five recommends a “hold.”

The analysts’ stock price target for EA is $127.92, with a median target estimate of $130. EA is now trading at a discount of 23% to the median analyst estimate.

Zynga

Of the 15 analysts covering Zynga (ZNGA), seven recommend a “buy,” while one recommends a “sell,” and seven recommend a “hold.” The analysts’ stock price target for Zynga is $4.28, with a median target estimate of $4.3. Zynga is now trading at a discount of 9% to the median analyst estimate.

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