Profit from 'Pokemon Go'? Boring servers a better bet than burgers

Pokemon GO players meet at Sydney Opera House on July 20, 2016 in Sydney, Australia.

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Pokemon GO players meet at Sydney Opera House on July 20, 2016 in Sydney, Australia.

Shares of Japanese telcos were mostly lower on Thursday; NTT Docomo was down 1.53 percent, KDDI down 1.96 percent and SoftBank off 0.43 percent.

Collett told CNBC that Nintendo shares still looked attractive, despite their gravity-defying rise.

“Nintendo’s going to keep going [up], not just because of the Pokemon Go, but because of the whole book they have of characters, and extras,” Collett said.

They also have “long-term support from institutions,” he…

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