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Zynga, Inc. Message Board

  • sweaterpup sweaterpup Apr 24, 2013 5:50 PM Flag

    Q2 guidance

    Apparently they're not including new releases such as Draw Something 2 in their guidance. Therefore the dismal guidance is just for the current games they have and not for the games that are released during the quarter. Draw Something 2 will be globally launched tonight, so you can track that to see how the revenue outlook will really be

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    • A drop in the number of people playing Zynga games does not worry me, as long as the number of paying players increases. If you think about it, lot of people living in Banana Republic countries are playing free games, but they cannot afford to spend 2-3 dollars per month on games, buying credits, lives, fake money, make belief gifts.
      So as long as the number of paying players increases, and if the online gaming revenue stream is marginally decent, I predict a good future for Zynga.
      With all this drop in pps, I am still well in the money, so I will hold for another 2-3 quarters. We will talk in 6 to 9 months

      Sentiment: Buy

    • point-taken@att.net point-taken Apr 24, 2013 6:11 PM Flag

      Add to that, the growth of online gaming, which has to be difficult to predict. I also believe ZNGA has other announcements to make during the next three months. We are just getting started. Looking for good things from DS2, sweaterpup.

    • Suggestion. Find a new "profession" because you fail miserably at 'Investing." As far as the
      blueskydriving fan club....................................that one wins for sure. LOL.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

 
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