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Zynga, Inc. Message Board

odonnellm66 325 posts  |  Last Activity: Mar 27, 2015 4:27 PM Member since: Jan 17, 2012
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  • Yes, I need your daily email alerts on scam stocks like ZNGA.
    You are the master of pink sheet trading.
    Can you spot me the first three months free of charge?
    When you get to San Francisco, I promise to take you to the Asian health spa.
    Yes, the one on Larkin Street.
    How are your Korean lessons going?
    Membership has its privileges.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • I've got some Puerto Rican girls just dying to meet you.
    Muy caliente, as all things Latina tend to be.
    Why yes, young and pre gordita.
    Do I speak Spanish?
    Claro que si.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • But you damn well better do it on volume above a mere 6.6 million shares.
    Yawn.....
    Current move is just more rattle and hum from the Kosher Nostra.
    Now cue up my favorite Buddy Holly tune.
    "Not Fade Away"
    The guitar rhythm is most excellent.
    Simple, as the best things in life are.
    And this fades, just as it always has.
    Volume says so.
    Never argue with volume.
    Ever.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    You can bet ZYNGA is laughing about lawsuit !

    by bighalloweenfan Mar 27, 2015 11:55 AM
    odonnellm66 odonnellm66 Mar 27, 2015 12:10 PM Flag

    Pincus and pals exited near the $13- price, so anyone who has held this scam stock over the long haul is certainly not laughing. Only in your wildest dreams will you ever see $13- again, but we could very well break $3- short term, and later break below $2-. The key issue no one on this board wishes to address is hard core structural reform at the ZNGA Brain Trust, which must eventually entail substantial layoffs. Quite simply, the cost of operations exceeds revenue by a wide margin as far as the eye can see, and this sorry fact will be born out one more time in the next earnings release. Show me one quarter where ZNGA posted a profit since the IPO. Meanwhile, competition in this sector grows fiercer by the day.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Any time you see a stock flat line, as ZNGA has done the last 60 minutes of so, you can assume the computers are trading with each other. Algos represent zero intrinsic and legitimate demand for the stock. A prudent short simply awaits the next lack of earnings report, just weeks away. Then we will once again see real selling from real human beings, and the decline will be exacerbated by the computer trade programs. Meanwhile, continue to shave for pennies on this garbage stock, because there's very strong resistance at the $2.80 level. A decisive break above $2.80 with corresponding volume would be a source of concern for the cynics, but we are not there.
    In other news of the day, Mark Pincus issued the following statement. "I cannot be tried by a jury of my peers in the coming civil litigation. I have no peers." The jury will have a field day with this issue of insider trading. We are talking about a mere $600 million in the back door exit. The wisest option for Pincus and his tribal brothers is to settle beforehand, but arrogance is the key theme. It all reminds me of Bernie Madoff.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Yes my ZNGA Brothers and Sisters, we will break critical support. The path of least resistance for this entire market is down. Do you think for a moment Wall Street can tolerate even a token 0.25% rise in interest rates?

    Now tell me this. Who was pushing and shoving on this garbage stock the other day when we traded over 30 million shares?

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • It's when this entire stock market experiences a rather severe bout of deflation.
    Following the oil chart downward trajectory.
    That's the most pertinent question.
    Then rubbish stocks like ZNGA will be vaporized.
    You say, "Buy every dip!"
    Just as you have since 2008 to great success.
    The problem is, that game plan will now bankrupt you.
    Again I preach unto the ZNGA sheep.
    Watch junk bonds (HYG) very carefully.
    Please feel free to now return to your silly games.
    Madness for the masses.
    Dawn of Caligula.
    Or Nero's violin.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • You reply, "ZNGA is not a durable good."
    Damn tooting right it ain't.
    So what the hell is ZNGA?
    What do those 2000 techies make each and every day?
    Farmville? Dawn of Idiocy?
    $2.57 billion in market capitalization?
    Are you nuts?

    Oh, if I'd only seen
    That the joke was on me.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • "While this latest reincarnation of the ZNGA Brain Trust has been impressive if you are interested in modern Impressionist painters, and the strong volume does give one pause for thought, we fully suspect out here in Minnewaukan, North Dakota that there will be more trouble coming with the next lack of earnings report, just weeks away. We hereby issue a level 10 sell signal on Dr. Don's baby."

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Pretending that I'm doing well
    My need is such that I pretend too much
    While ZNGA goes straight to hell.

    However, it appears the price of ZNGA has stalled in this high altitude zone. It's going nowhere in a hurry as is true of the major averages. Something gives, and it will be to the downside. Earnings? What earnings? Do you seriously believe that ZNGA will post a profit at the end of April? Do you also seriously believe someone would be foolish enough to pay a premium for this bloated pig and its 2000 techies who do Lord knows what on any given work day? Meanwhile, new games come online each and every day from all over the world, almost all in freemium mode. Competition will continue to ramp higher, and this includes all kinds of diversions, not just computer games. By the way, well adjusted healthy people tend to spend time in the outdoors once spring arrives, not glued 24/7 to some touchscreen, so seasonal factors are at play. A few enlightened ones might even plant a garden. Finally, why is ZNGA worth nearly $1.5 billion above its net asset value at the current stock price? This is somewhat baffling. Silly games for silly people.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Determine if there's a half baked Norwegian/Irishman sitting at the bar shorting more shares of the ZNGA Brain Trust. Ask the Romanian bartender-- Frank--if there's a leprechaun in his cheap gin house adorned with peace beads and a hemp shirt drinking bottom shelf gut rot vodka, and in need of a fresh shave. Yes, that would be me. I'm also sitting next to some local brown sugar which is available for hire. No, you can't use your American Express card. If any of you ZNGA traders happen to be near the Tenderloin, stop on by, and I'll read your chart. Yes, I am the real McCoy. Come frolic with me and become filthy rich. Pinky ain't got nothing on this savant stock trader.
    The 21 Club: (415) 771-9655
    98 Turk Street
    San Francisco

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • There's very strong resistance at $2.80, and critical support at $2.50. Should either of these figures be decisively broken, $2.80 or $2.50, we are off to the races in either direction. For the moment, the wet dreams of the longs have the upper hand, but I view this current rally with extreme skepticism because ZNGA, ever consistent, will post more losses at the end of April. Price movement is frequently misinterpreted when the key component, volume, is missing in the equation. I view current ZNGA volume as neutral. Should ZNGA move higher on a string of 25 to 30 million share sessions, this would pose a big problem for cynics like myself. We are not there yet, and the major averages are poised for a bout of selling, and the catalyst for that decline will likely be a black dog event of some variety. Greece is the most likely candidate, but they always seem to come up with a last minute solution, essentially papering over the inevitable default. Patience remains the order of the day.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • You see, it's in the blood.
    Yes, blood thicker than the mud.

    You can't leave 'cause your heart is here.
    But sure, you can't stay 'cause you've been somewhere else.
    You can't cry 'cause you'll look broke down.
    But you cryin' anyway 'cause your brokerage account is down.

    So it's a family affair.
    Do-do-do-do

    Summary: Sly is one of the few good things to ever come out of that armpit of Vallejo, CA.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • It's gotten to the point that I don't make a single trade without first checking each morning his latest posts on the ZNGA message board. True, his poetic diction is at first a bit difficult to decipher, but once you are able to read between the lines, you clearly short all things from Belize, and that's not just limited to Peruvian flake. We just skyped together for for thirty minutes or so, and his Luftwaffe uniform and the inflatable doll on his lap are not really standard business attire, but true genius often operates outside of the box. I will let you know that Arbuor maintains a substantial short position in ZNGA common, and he knows the precise date that this junk penny stock implodes below $1.99. Clue: It's sooner than you think, very close to the next lack of earnings report when Dr. Don reiterates that ZNGA will one day post a profit, but just not yet. I suggest this board cut Arbuor a bit of slack. He may very well be the next Jeff Grundlach. Recall that Jeff is an ex-rocker and also once lived in the fast lane dabbling in all kinds of illicit women and substances. There is method to Arbuor's supposed madness. Put him on ignore at your own peril. He just needs to stop all the ad hominem attacks against Pinky.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Hal and his computer buddies will push and shove on this garbage stock and immediately shave a few pennies, leaving the delusional longs bewildered and frustrated. Thus, the the $2.79 price held for all of a few seconds this morning. If you think this is healthy chart action, I have a beautiful Ford Edsel to sell you which runs on pig manure from Farmville. Don't you just love the smell of methane?

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • odonnellm66 odonnellm66 Mar 21, 2015 12:13 PM Flag

    I generally focus on the 13'th Step:
    "Having had a penile awakening as a result of these steps, you liberally spread seed among females as the world must be peopled."

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Last Tuesday Quicksilver Resources, a natural gas and oil producer out of Fort Worth, Texas, declared bankruptcy. The company sits on a "mere" $2.4 billion in rotten debt, or about the current net capitalization of the ZNGA Brain Trust. Watch for big problems to evolve in the junk bond market in 2015 as oil moves in the direction of $30- per barrel, and possibly lower. Recovery costs for the shale producers average about $70- per barrel, so the vast majority now lose money on each barrel they pump from the ground. This decline may likely be the catalyst for a nasty bout of selling in the major stock averages. Deflation is clearly the predominant theme, and it will ravage junk paper and junk stocks like ZNGA. It matters not that ZNGA has virtually no debt because it has virtually zero profits, and never has since the sham IPO. The Fed's hands are now tied and they are out of ammo. Interest rates cannot go below 0%, so we have big trouble ahead. ZNGA is looking at more pain to come with a minimum of a 30% downside risk from the current price of $2.70. Thus spoke Zngathustra. You may now return to Farmville, Version 2, A Country Escape.

    "We gotta get out of this place if it's the last thing we ever do." Eric Burdon and the Animals

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • At some point in 2015, oil will break $30- per barrel, so the trade is very simple.
    Short the largest oil ETF, symbol USO.
    If your panties get in a knot over extreme volatility, this might not be for you.
    There will be all kinds of dramatic bounces like today, but the primary trend takes oil to $30- or lower.
    Which of course causes huge problems in the junk bond market.
    Those problems have already come home to roost.
    That's why the oil drillers are now mad scrambling at this very moment with stock offerings.
    They sit on huge junk debt which can't be serviced with oil under $70- per barrel.
    You just lounge in your chair and patiently await the inevitable.
    Forget about precise short term timing, only know that it is coming this year.
    Make a killing like all the great traders--slowly and methodically.
    It's the exact same approach as one takes to the ongoing ZNGA death spiral.
    If Zngathustra says it's true, it must be so.
    After all, this is the hand of God at work.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Have we finally turned the corner?
    Who's buying and why?
    Ask that question even if you shun gold and silver.
    Barbarous relics or havens of safety in preparation for a market crash?
    The poor man's metal, silver, will vastly outperform gold.
    Just as it has done these last three days.
    And you continue to toss good money at Farmville and Dawn of the Titans.
    Are you nuts?
    How long does the dollar survive as the world's sole reserve currency?
    Five years at the most.
    Putin knows this better than most.
    So do the Chinese.
    This is the greatest long term threat for our children.
    So this huge upward move in the dollar is illusory.
    Though it will move yet higher.
    And the band plays on.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Here's the uncomfortable question neither the "expert" analysts nor Dr. Don want to answer:
    What the hell do those 2000 bodies do each day at the ZNGA Brain Trust?
    Do you know what a one bedroom dump apartment now goes for in SF's Mission District?
    Hipster living at its finest, and toss in a few Latino gangs.
    A cool $2500 per month. No parking. Insanity.
    So those 2000 techies must be highly compensated just to survive in an absurdly expensive city.
    And their salaries are bleeding this company dry.
    It's your money subsidizing a Job Corps Program.
    And Dr. Don's $50 million compensation package.
    Why not move the entire operation to Bangladesh?
    There's no plant, equipment, or assembly line to relocate.
    Just box up some computers and servers. It's that easy.
    Here's my prediction.
    Big layoffs are coming to the ZNGA Brain Trust.
    The current model is not sustainable.
    The company merely runs on the billions raped from initial investors.
    Yes, those dumb sheep who were bankrupted by this penny stock.
    And more pain to come.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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