Games Workshop February Market Watch 2017

by | Mar 5, 2017

Watching stocks over the short-term is often an experiment in futility; on January 2th 2017 we looked back at the state of Games Workshop’s stock price and general financial health today we do the same…

As turmoil has wrangled almost every corner of Western institutions, above it all has been the Financial markets, instead they continue to hit records levels at every opportunity. Games Workshop stocks seem to be no different, with the January 10th release of Half Year results Games Workshop has been on amazing run. The turn around looks complete, with Sales finally catching on, with a slew of great product releases. The report also highlighted Games Workshop growing royalty profits, along with the generally good sales.

The better than expected report combined with global stock rallies has left Games Workshop in a strong place.

Here take a look at just how well things have been for the month of February 2017.

Just for the month of February 2017 stocks up a health 7%. This has lead to a few major stock purchases and profit taking by large shareholders, all signs of a healthy stock.

How is Games Workshop doing for the year to date for 2017 though?

This gives you a good idea of just how good the stock is doing this year with a 20% increase. With the biggest stock spike forĀ  around the same time Games Workshop gave out a healthy dividend on January 17th. The road ahead looks better still, as the January report had nothing to do with Gathering Storm sales and the continued growth of Age of Sigmar.

All the good will Games Workshop though doesn’t hide a hidden time bomb; as Warhammer 40k rule fatigue is a real thing, with a bloated system in needed of a some sort of reset to jump start enthusiasm. Games Workshop is on the right course, but they are still not out of danger.

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