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Last Quarter's earnings for GME brought in 0.26 a share with the current Quarter EPS estimates at 0.37 a share. Currently 8 analyst hold a 'Buy' recommendation on GME. The stock has been rated as 'Overweight' which means that some portfolio manager's are holding upwards of 25% of their funds in this particular stock. (A strong bullish indicator) The downside is these fund manager's will take their profits when they meet their sale points. The upside is 'Gamestop' (Ticker: GME) will more then likely break Quarter Estimates and beat the year end estimates of 2.62. Pay close attention to the Quarter 3 conference call for an indicator that this might happen.

Can you elaborate on the origin of this rating of Overweight, and especially on how it indicates something so specific about portfolio managers' holdings? The only use I have seen for the term before indicated a category between Buy and Hold.

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