This alert was originally sent to subscribers of Action Alerts PLUS on June 7 at 3:46 p.m. EDT.
has dropped to around $31.76 this afternoon, and I'm going to pick up 500 shares after you read this. I maintain that this is the best way to play the new video-game consoles due out in the coming quarters. When the retailer's acquisition of
closes later this year, the company will have a dominant position in the industry.
I'm accumulating the stock now because GameStop already is collecting cash deposits on
new Xbox machine. GameStop also has earnings power of $2 a share. I believe the stock deserves a 20 price multiple, suggesting a run to $40 down the road.
This purchase will give me a total of 2,500 GameStop shares, or about 2.1% of my overall portfolio.
At the time of publication, Cramer was long GameStop.
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