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Subject: THQ: Should You Play? Date: 6/14/2006 3:24 PM
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THQ: Should You Play?
By Steven Mallas
June 14, 2006

When investors think about opportunities in the video-game sector, two of the names most likely to pop up are Activision (Nasdaq: ATVI) and Electronic Arts (Nasdaq: ERTS). They're arguably the two biggest brands in the business, and they're low-risk in nature over the long term. Not as many observers would think so quickly of THQ (Nasdaq: THQI), but taking a similar long-term view of this company reveals some healthy potential. Let's take a closer look.....
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