Jon Najarian picked SMGS as his number 1 stock that could yield big returns for 2013 on CNBC. Vanguard, Wells Fargo, and JPM are among the biggest holders. Najarian says that they license software for hand held devices that will be useful to state lotteries when that becomes available. He added that if that takes hold, the gains could be huge and that the stock was near $40 a while back (under $10 now). Check out the largest holders. Very interesting.
i think buying wms was a smart move. As long as we dont get dilutiun, i will buy a few thousand shares of this company, especially since i was litterally about to buy wms before they popped.Iam a big gambler who is at the casinos weekly for years. WMS makes some serious games and the technology is getting rediculus. every casino has mainly 3 major players who slots fill the rooms, WMS, IGT , BALLY... i rarely see or play any others.
SGMS in my opinion will atleast hit the price wms was before the news