Electronic Arts Inc. is a global leader in digital interactive entertainment. EA develops and delivers games, content, and online services for Internet-connected consoles, mobile devices, and personal computers. EA has more than 450 million registered players around the world.

Electronic Arts started creating video games back in 1982. The most popular games were: The Sims, NFL, Battlefield, Need for Speed, Plants vs Zombies, and, of course, FIFA. Comparing with the rest of the video games publishers, it is noticeable that Electronic Arts is not the only high-tech company that does not pay dividends. Despite this fact, EA's share price has doubled since 2018.

How to trade stocks online with FBS?

You can trade contracts for difference (CFDs) on EA. CFDs reflect the EA stock price movement. It allows you to trade in both directions. In other words, you can gain from the price going up as well as from it going down.

You can also use leverage. This means that with only a small amount of money you can control much bigger financial positions. Always remember that leverage allows you to multiply your account. On the downside, you may lose a considerable part of it if the market goes against your trades. Besides adherence to principles of money management to succeed in trading, it is important to choose the right stock to trade.

What drives the EA stock price?

The most important factor affecting the value of Electronic Arts shares is the profit and financial results of the corporation. This is primarily influenced by the total number of users of Electronic Arts products, as well as the dynamics of the popularity of games. Most of Electronic Arts' revenue comes from the sale of content in the form of add-ons to its games. Thus, each new game brings the company a stable cash flow. The company invests a significant portion of its revenue in research and development and continually introduces the latest technology across all business segments. EA stock was included in the “best stock to trade” list in July 2021.


2024-05-21 • Updated

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