Shares of Nintendo declined massively since the beginning of the week and investors can’t seem to know the reasons why. Investors and analysts are currently looking into potential reasons why it happened.

Nintendo’s stock fell more than 10% during the recent trading sessions. The price recorded a 4% price decline last Friday before adding another 6.3% decline this recent Monday. This was believed to be the biggest two-day decline since December 2016 and the lowest point since September 2017.

According to reports, the Quality of Life Project that was recently scrapped, added to the decline of the stock. However, analysts claim that it was rather a weird reason for a stock to drop. More so, reports added that investors are currently lacking confidence in Nintendo and thus factoring into the recent price slide.


Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! are upcoming role-playing video games (RPGs) developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo and The Pokémon Company for the Nintendo Switch. 

Before price drops, Nintendo officially announced new titles for Nintendo Switch. The Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee were revealed last week along with the announcement of the Super Smash Bros. The gaming giant also hinted Fortnite during the period as well.

However, these announcements didn’t encourage any bullish movements at all. According to reports, Nintendo has nothing much to offer this coming E3 – one of the most celebrated gaming convention worldwide. This added to the worries of investors and thus could be considered as a factor to the recent price declines.

“The market is probably selling shares ahead of E3 because people are concerned Nintendo doesn’t have a pipeline that will wow investors to a point where analysts will have to raise earnings targets again. The other question is whether their network infrastructure is really ready to cater to online gaming. They’re years and years behind on the network business. That doesn’t mean they can’t catch up, but Sony spent billions on fortifying the PlayStation Network expansion.” Strategist Amir Anvarzadeh expressed in a statement.

Furthermore, the upcoming pokémon titles will be larger than any switch titles so far. Nintendo Europe revealed today that it is set to ship 300,000 copies of each game to France which totals to 600,000 in store shelves. Additionally, 35,000 units of the Poké Ball Plus are also expected to hit the stores in the European country.

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