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Zynga, Inc. Message Board

  • longjump32903 longjump32903 Mar 28, 2013 4:49 PM Flag

    GOLDEN TOILETTE ACHIEVED !!!!! only being held up by a strong market . Gambling , gaming , etc. will be taken over by existing companies . Again , example: TOYS " R " US bringing E-TOYS to 0.00 . How many times do you have to read the book before you get it ?

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    • ohmygoddard Mar 28, 2013 11:55 PM Flag

      Online games vs. board games, circuit design with breakout boards vs. software, trading stocks in the pit vs. trading electronically, ordering food over the phone vs. ordering online, booking plane tickets through travel sites or using travel agents, using cell phone minutes vs data internet VOIP (not even done kicking standard land lines #$%$ here), VHS tapes vs youtube, sketching on paper vs. sketchbook software, claymation vs. 3D animation... let me know if you think of any great examples of digital kicking analog in the face... Casinos? Vegas? Time for them to start thinking gambling 2.0 up in this place.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • ohmygoddard Mar 28, 2013 5:43 PM Flag

      What if I told you that the rest of the markets are being held up by tech. Since when, in the last decade, has purely tech/online business not dominated a once brick and mortar business? Amazon vs. Barnes and Noble, Netflix vs. Blockbuster, iPhone vs. Kodak, TurboTax vs. accountants, Craigslist vs. classified ads, the yellow pages vs. Yelp, Television vs. Hulu and Netflix, Movie Studios vs. Bit torrent, Email vs. USPS et al., online printing business cards vs. the print shops, Toys R US vs Amazon, and now online gambling (Zynga, Glu) vs. Vegas. I just don't see the odds in the casino's favor -- no pun intended :)

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • 10/100 !! sitting juan now.

      Sentiment: Hold

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