The recent run-up in the market would make it easy to justify selling any stock these days. Yet while panic never helps investors, it's still a good idea to play devil's advocate with our potential investments.
Consider video game developer Electronic Arts
Here at The Motley Fool, we like to consider both the good and bad sides of an investment. Thus, I'm highlighting three of the main bearish arguments on Electronic Arts today. Be sure to read the bullish side as well, then weigh in with your own comments below, or rate Electronic Arts in CAPS.
1. Further weakness
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2. Difficult shift
3. Getting outplayed
Shares of Electronic Arts have underperformed higher-rated, four-star gaming peers such as Activision Blizzard and Grand Theft Auto-fueled Take-Two Interactive
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Fool contributor Dave Mock votes three to be the number of the day. He owns no shares of companies mentioned here. NetEase.com and Take-Two are Rule Breakers recommendations. Apple, Activision Blizzard, and Electronic Arts are Stock Advisor picks. Motley Fool Options has recommended a synthetic long position on Activision Blizzard and a write covered calls position on GameStop. The Fool owns shares of Activision Blizzard. The Fool's disclosure policy longs to be a gamer, but its lack of opposable thumbs has thus far been a deal-killer.