Sony Corp (SON1)

97.78
-4.30(-4.21%)
  • Volume:
    2,953
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.00/0.00
  • Day's Range:
    97.78 - 100.64
  • Type:Equity
  • Market:Germany
  • ISIN:JP3435000009
  • WKN:853687

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  • Sony please do something
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    • Microsoft buys Activision !
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      • 70 Billion Dollar Deal with Activision. !
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      • Mybe No more Activision hanesine Sony PlayStation. Huge cut
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      • Mybe No more Activision Games on playstation
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    • 17 % down by 38 days. What next?
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      • anyone know why we're down 6% this morning?
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        • panasonic is thinking about future development plann. join us 💯
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      • anyone know why we are up 8% this morning ?
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        • Why is the production of Ps5 soo limited and slow?
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          • take to the equation the fact, that ppl in Japan for example: Then when PS4 and Xbox one came to markets, Japanese ppl bought over 98% of the wholesale of ps4 co.parrd to Xbox. The customer base is humongous. Here in Finland its already sold for months to come. I think I can get my own at next summer. Ps. The whole gaming is going mobile in a couple years. I'm waiting for the news when Sony goes to EV Markets. I mean, they have all the resources.
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          • covid19?
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        • Why is the production of Ps5 soo limited and slow?
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          • Waiting for big date!
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            • whats problem? ps5 ?
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              • They're being sold at loss
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            • thinking about buying a share every week on until the PS5 drop .I have some already
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              • PS5 Hype gonna be real! Buy it guys!
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                • buyin more tomorrow.
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              • I did a little math, if the ps5 pays 899$ (plus all the swag and games) and ppl are adjusted to be inside. I'm gonna put all my stash for this. is it possible that SONY dips back to 55... ?
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                • sony ps5 costs around 450 dollars to produce and they are going to sell it for 500 dollars they will barely break-even. however they will make money after they sell the ps5 from there online store.
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                • yes, and allso, Japanese markets are theirs. in last consoles were of 99% of SONY ps. off course thei buy they own product. and, Japanese ppl understand the future, which is 5g+cloudservice+gaming in there, by a 5g phone.
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                • so, sony is just a pretty sure bet. and I buy it from Tokyo, for apparent reasons.
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              • gomna buy this tomorrow. and Nokia.
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                • not even having revealed the console smh
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                  • ok
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                    • and Elvis preasly and Les paul and Mary ford
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                      • Music is eternal. Go Bruno Mars. And Amy winehouse.
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