Video game retailer GameStop (GME) is -4.7%, despite reporting total 2010 holiday sales rose...


Video game retailer GameStop (GME) is -4.7%, despite reporting total 2010 holiday sales rose 5.4% to $3B, year over year, exceeding its own sales plan. This was in part through demand for Kinect (MSFT), which reportedly has sold 8M units. But Lazard Capital suggests the sell-off may be profit taking after a 13% stock rise.

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