In this video I review GameStop (GME, $4.01, $260M market cap). As of August 2020 I'm bullish on the stock – perhaps foolishly so. What are your thoughts on GME? Do you agree or disagree with my take? What did I overlook in my analysis? Which of my assumptions were off?

Resources mentioned in the video:

Hestia/Permit Restore GameStop presentation May 2020:​

Scion 13D April 2020:​

Scion June 2020:​

SeekingAlpha GME Articles:​

The Verge – Xbox Series X optical drive:​

Xbox 2013 blog update:​

Variety – Death of Physical Video Games Exaggerated:​

Scott Preston's piece in Barron's from February 2020:​ – AAA game downloads:​ – GameStop's concept stores:​

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