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Can Nintendo Use Its Cash to Better Leverage This Competitive Advantage?

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Iconic video game company Nintendo (OTC: NTDOY) is absolutely loaded with cash. Considering the market capitalization of the company is just $55 billion, this cash position is substantial. More than cash, Nintendo's unrivaled video game intellectual property (IP) is a competitive advantage.

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