Nintendo's shares plummet 20% after yesterday's announcements

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  1. Feels Good Man
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  2. Nathan Drake

    Nathan Drake Obligations fulfilled, now I depart.

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    Well, like they said, they haven't dropped below 10,000.
     
  3. cwstjdenobs

    cwstjdenobs Sodomy non sapiens

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    Hardly surprising. If you watch the markets at all you'd know that shit like this also happens a lot after any announcement, even after good news, and bad news can send shares up. See where they are in a week or two to get a real handle on how the markets feel about it.
     
  4. Slyakin

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    Let's hope it doesn't fall any more.
     
  5. Fear Zoa

    Fear Zoa This... This is the world we live in

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    Its seems like just yesterday I saw news that the wii U announcement made shares plummet....Do we ever report on when they go up as I imagine they do?
     
  6. Slyakin

    Slyakin See ya suckers

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    They fell, and recovered. But they didn't recover nearly as much as expected. The shares still took a hit.
     
  7. ferofax

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    but it has to go below 10k for me to be able to buy a shitload of em so i can start airing some really needed fan comments to them higher ups...

    /joke
     
  8. DeMoN

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    Well Iwata and other Nintendo execs are taking a pay cut, so that's a little more money for shareholder dividends.