Its all going according to his plan, Obama wants to depress america so that he can control us, turn us into a third world country. His health care plan was engineered to do just that. I say nobody should quit their job, just don't sign up for Obamacare and pay the fine. We The People need to fight this unconstitutional law and the way we do it is to stand up and let our voices be heard. Talk to your family, friends, neighbors, co-workers, and maybe we can get this president IMPEACHED!
TSLA broke through $125 but who knows wich way it will go now.I think I will wait for earnings before I make another trade in it.
Now that everyone knows that RMG is still a part of ZNGAs buisness, a company with deep pockets will see the value here and offer a buyout. I say $15 to $20 a share, not that ZNGA will ever sell but the day that an offer comes in, will be payday for all longs. Until then we will just sit back and watch the stock price slowly rise until we get news directly from ZNGA then the spike in price. Unless of course Sheldon Adelson is successful in spending millions of dollars to stop online gambling, wich I doubt.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Washington (AFP) - Internet gambling is on a roll in the US market after years lurking in the shadows.
New Jersey kicks off its online wagering November 26, becoming the most populous state to do so after Nevada and Delaware.
Other states have become active since 2011, when the federal government signaled it would not block most forms of Internet wagering. California, Illinois and Pennsylvania are considering such moves.
Using geolocation technology, the systems require that gamblers be located within the state. But reciprocal agreements could allow gamblers to cross state lines as more states authorize online bets.
"Once these states are successful within their borders, they will figure out how to pool players across state lines to take bets from each other, and a lot of other states will jump in," said Whittier Law School professor I. Nelson Rose.
"Within 10 years, I think we will see a very large portion of states will have Internet gambling."
Morgan Stanley estimated legal US online gambling revenues would reach $670 million in 2014, increasing to $9.3 billion in 2020.
The launch in a handful of states "will release a floodgate of investor interest in the online space, and spur new states to open to reap tax dollars," analyst Vaughan Lewis said in a note to clients.
The United States has a patchwork of gambling regulations. While casino gambling was only allowed in Nevada a few decades ago, New Jersey allowed casinos in Atlantic City in the 1970s and many states have either commercial or Indian tribe casinos.
Until recently, the federal government claimed that online gambling was unlawful. But a 2011 Justice Department legal opinion said only sports betting would be considered illegal.
Nevada authorized online poker in 2012, and Delaware and New Jersey passed laws allowing a full range of casino games.
But Rose said the Internet opens up new categories of gambling, ranging from "social" games to virtual slot machines.
"People who play games
You should no doubt get a bounce tomorrow, how much who knows. I'm sure I will be able to cover by end of November.