Games Workshop Market Watch January 2020
Watching stocks over the short-term is often an experiment in futility; on January 15th 2020 we looked back at the state of Games Workshop’s stock and financial health, and today we do the same…
So we made it through January 2020 alive; for most of the world it was pretty crappy with fires, a pandemic, Iran vs. US, Planes crashing, and Kobe dying. Not to forget, depending on how you feel Brexit got actually voted on and is “done”. While these world events might of had profound effects on the psyche, they were quite fleeting when it came to the stock markets.
With that backdrop how did Games Workshop respond to the first month of 2020?
Well Games Workshop kept on doing what it has been doing for over 5 years and seem unstoppable, up almost another 10% in just one month. Much of the rise in January was release of the Half year report, which confirmed just how amazing the company had been doing and drove investors to buying frenzy.
Now with United Kingdom starting its new long process of trade negotiations with EU, it will be interesting to see if this or anything will effect Games Workshop ability to keep on crushing it.
As for the rest of investor news from January, it was light thanks to the report.
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Games Workshop Stock and Investment news for December 2020
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