Too Wii or not to Wii… is that a question?
CNN recently released an analysis piece discussing the Wii’s place in the stock market, and the judgment? There’s a possibility that the Wii may get too big for its britches by being valued too high in the market but for now it’s still strong and it’s not showing signs of reaching its peak yet.
Nintendo stocks remain high in Japan: it’s still a buy and it’s still going up and up. Read more in the full article.
CNN recently released an analysis piece discussing the Wii’s place in the stock market. According to the piece, the Wii may be overvalued and this may hurt it in the long run if the next-gen console can’t keep its momentum. For now though, it’s still going strong.
Nintendo stocks remain high in Japan – in fact, its stock went higher than Sony‘s at one point in the summer. The problem, as the piece states, is that Nintendo’s stocks depends on a lot of factors tied with its consoles whereas Sony has investments in other industries.
The Wii has to maintain its momentum or else the stock will indeed turn out to be overvalued. Some believe that Nintendo will have a tough time topping the success of the Wii and may not live up to the promise of its stocks.