Publicly Traded Electronic, Video and Game Stores

U.S. Exchanges

List of Publicly Traded Electronic, Video and Game Stores Listed on Major U.S. Exchanges

Many electronic stores and chains have shut their doors in the last decade with department, home furnishing and big box chains putting heavy pressure on the industry. However, large-cap Best Buy (BBY) is still holding strong with their over 1,600 North American stores. Also on this list are mega video game retailer Gamestop (GME) and Trans World Entertainment (TWMC) operates the F.Y.E and Suncoast retail chains.

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Electronics and Video Stores: Large-Cap Stocks

Best Buy Co., Inc. (BBY)

Electronics and Video Stores: Mid-Cap Stocks

Aaron’s, Inc. (AAN) (Rent-to-own stores: appliances, computers, electronics and furniture)

Gamestop Corporation (GME)

Electronics and Video Stores: Small-Cap Stocks

Rent-A-Center Inc. (RCII)  (Rent-to-own stores: appliances, computers, electronics and furniture)

Electronics and Video Stores: Micro-Cap Stocks

Conn’s, Inc. (CONN) (Home appliance, electronic and furniture stores)

Trans World Entertainment Corp. (TWMC) (F.Y.E. and Suncoast)

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