Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ: ATVI), a multi-billion dollar gaming industry and the American parent corporation of Activision and Blizzard Entertainment, has reached an all-time high at $39, and closed at $38.57 on Wednesday. The 52-week high for its share price is $38.76 and low is $18.43. Activision has a market cap of $28.25 Billion with a 90.47 percent increase year-to-date as of today. They have a gain of 0.91 points, or 2.42 percent since the last trading period and has quarterly performance of 35.28 percent. Its shares has went up over 78 percent from its 1 year price.
"Activision Publishing, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Activision Blizzard, Inc., recently unveiled the first crowd-sourced video generated for Guitar Hero Live through a user-driven contest that asked fans to submit clips of themselves lip-synching along to Ed Sheeran’s hit song “Sing” via the musical.ly mobile app," said WSnews4investors, a source for financial news. "Based on musical.ly analytics, the contest generated over 100,000 videos that have already collectively been watched over 100 million times in ten days."
Activision Blizzard's 50 day average daily volume is at 9,238,387 and its price distance from 50 day simple moving average is roughly 13.06% and distance from 200 day simple moving average is at 40.63%. It’s said to go above its one year low with 111.42% and slowly climbing above from its one year high with 1.42%. Beta factor is recorded at 0.85, according to WSnews4investors.