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odonnellm66 316 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 31, 2015 9:50 AM Member since: Jan 17, 2012
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  • You remind me of the Filipinos willingly being nailed to the cross at the end of Lent, a spectacle/circus I have already witnessed. This is plainly false worship, which the Lord abhors. Come to Jesus now, and shun the virtual realities, playgrounds of Satan.
    OK, you want more pain because you enjoy it? This too shall be granted. Scripture unfolds as we speak, and all the ZNGA sheep shall be relegated to a level in Dante's Inferno somewhere between Purgatory and Limbo. Hell fire is saved for Mark Pinus alone.
    In the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.
    Father Forgive them, for the sheep know not what they do.
    Amen.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • I'm just curious. I know Netanyahu wants the patriot, Jonathan Pollard, released from our prison.
    Is Israel our noble ally?
    They sure love our multi-billion welfare checks which they have been receiving for decades.
    And Israelis a very wealthy country.
    No,Israel would sell us down the river in a heart beat if it suited their purpose.
    Let us not fight the next war with Iran for Israel.
    Or are we a nation of sheep glued to Farmville?

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • odonnellm66 odonnellm66 Dec 2, 2014 1:01 PM Flag

    Yes, I am paid 30 cents per word by Vulture Capital Management, the nation's largest hedge firm whose central office is in Minnewaukan, North Dakota. I also receive 3.5% of all profits the firm garners from my sage wisdom, which has been quite prescient all the way from $14.19 to the current basement price. I also have all bar tabs covered at San Francisco's most upscale watering hole, The 21 Club, located at the corner of Turk and Taylor Streets. It is a hotbed of insider information on the ZNGA Brain Trust. On any given week that ZNGA declines 2% or more, I receive a free deep tissue Korean massage at the Asian health spa on Larkin Street, and I'm looking good for another happy moment this week. You can probably see there are numerous perks to this job. Membership has its privileges.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • I already know of your extreme narcissistic tendencies, so I am having shipped by truck a full wall length mirror, highlighted with a pink border. You will also be receiving a lifetime subscription to GQ Magazine so you can stay on top of current trends in men's fashion ware. Lastly, I'm sending two cases of Sweet Cherry Wine, each bottle signed by Tommy James himself. I first considered Vodka, but I know you are attempting to cut back on the boozing.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    I buy more everyday...about 10%...

    by pinkbonedyou Dec 2, 2014 11:06 AM
    odonnellm66 odonnellm66 Dec 2, 2014 11:48 AM Flag

    It appears you have been boned by the pink phallus in a dark alley. I can find no other way to grasp your belief that anyone would be foolish enough to take on this bloated pig at a substantial premium. True, that's Mattrick's sole function, to unload the ZNGA Brain Trust, which much explains why his primary compensation is directly tied to the stock price. My view is that the herd will soon run scared when we enter a period of heavy selling in early 2015, and no one will risk taking on a company with a failed revenue model, and certainly not at a billion or two more than current market cap.
    By the way, since you spend time in Belize, Hablas Espanol? Es muy importante a aprender el idioma. Describe tambien de las mujeres latinas in Belize. Yo tengo mucha experiencia en Espana y Mexico. Por eso, entiendo Espanol. Alleman tambien.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Now carefully study the individual charts of copper and oil, both highly indicative of world industrial production. It starts to become clear that despite trillions in money printing by ourselves and the Japanese, deflation still holds the upper hand. Now ask yourself how a garbage stock like ZNGA with zero earnings (and zero utility by the way) will perform in a deflationary environment. All that ZNGA has going for it is its dwindling cash assets, whose actual number is open to debate. Finally, consider what happens to high yield (junk) bond funds when deflation is the predominant force.

    Summary: Yes honey, it's not return on capital, but return of capital. 2015 will be a very exciting year. ZNGA is toast.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • odonnellm66 by odonnellm66 Dec 2, 2014 10:23 AM Flag

    Your articulation, logic, and rational discourse are completely lacking.
    You operate on fantasy and emotion. Ad hominem attacks. I do not.
    Indeed, you are both desperately seeking souls in this teenage wasteland.
    I suggest we let the chart and the numbers-- real numbers that is-- speak for themselves.
    This dog will just bleed away drop by drop.
    All that is required is the proper level of patience.
    Downside risk in ZNGA remains substantial.

    Summary: Teenage Wasteland. They're all wasted. Garbage in, garbage out.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • We can now move back to the early October low of $2.35 in short order.
    One more ZNGA roadkill bounce fails-- the Jefferies hype-- as they all have.
    The real carnage occurs in early 2015.
    By the way, I don't buy ZNGA's creative accounting.
    I suspect the losses are much larger than the so-called official numbers indicate.
    ZNGA has established a record of zero integrity and ethics.
    The company will use every dirty little trick in the books.
    Until its cash reserves--other peoples money-- are gone.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Read the series of various articles spanning a period of years.
    It quickly becomes apparent that the takeover innuendo has been circulating for some time.
    All for naught.
    True, the only hope for this pathetic company is that it is absorbed by a major player.
    There is no organic growth at ZNGA, despite a bloated workforce of 2000 techies.
    The company merely functions on other peoples money, not actual profits.
    ZNGA has never posted a profit since the scam IPO, not even once.
    It won't be Microsoft, Google, or Yahoo. Not Electronic Arts.
    After the messy divorce, Pincus and Boy Zuckie can't be in the same room. No, not Facebook.
    Would the Chinese be stupid enough to bid on the ZNGA Brain Trust? Perhaps.
    But why pay a multi-billion premium for what can be built in house with no great effort?
    There's nothing intrinsically special about ZNGA's so-called intellectual property.
    Remember, the barriers of entry to this business are minimal at best.
    There are plenty of gifted computer nerds in China.
    They too can crank out asinine pastimes which are not language based.
    By the way, the Chinese phantom banking system will soon implode.
    Speculative capital then becomes a rare commodity.
    And China is already in recession, which a strong dollar only exacerbates.

    Summary: Takeover talk is just more desperate delusion. Pray on mates.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • odonnellm66 odonnellm66 Dec 1, 2014 4:20 PM Flag

    I'm already one of the 100+ to download Cross Dressers Gone Wild.
    The graphics are excellent. Keep up the good work!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • KING, EA, GlUU, ZNGA, FB, and so on.
    Take your pick. All down substantially.
    Do these companies really represent the New Age Economy?
    If so, our nation is in big trouble and it will be a very rude awakening.
    All are absolute wastes of time, best utilized by government workers in their cubicles.
    Or the extreme narcissists and the low IQ sheep.
    Funny how the ex-wife accused me of being full of myself.
    She may have had a valid point.
    I'll have another drink now and think about it.
    Alcohol lubricates my soul.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • The sweet song of ZNGA broke down at $15-, and what a long strange trip it's been since the glory days. The odd thing is, quite contrary to the mad delusional bottom fishers on this message board who are angling for squaw fish and carp (garbage fish), the suffering is by no means over. It is best to stick to Rainbow Trout or German Browns, quality fish. You should anticipate $1.99 ZNGA in early 2015. It might even be worse.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • It's no great surprise they are fighting to keep it above $2.50 this morning. Just wait patiently because $2.50 doesn't hold, and once breached, we quickly move to the early October low of $2.35. The bigger pain comes in January of 2015. Thus spoke Zngathustra.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • You don't need no baggage (ZNGA common shares)
    You just get on board

    All you need is faith
    To hear the diesel humming
    You don't need no ticket
    You just thank the Lord

    Summary: This ain't no regular freight train coming our way. You can stand in front of it or get on board. You have a few very brief weeks to make some weighty decisions. Don't be fooled by the current relative calm in stocks because I can already hear that train whistle in the distance. Most will ignore it. However, deflationary forces are about to overtake our equity and bond markets. Shock and awe we will have.
    By the way, Curtis Mayfield is an idealist and musical genius in the very best sense. Give him a listen. He, unlike ZNGA, does not disappoint.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Apple trading is quite curious today, a sort of flash crash, but now well off the lows. I previously warned of the significant dangers of algos and computerized trading programs, which dominate NYSE and Nasdaq volume, and we will see a day when Hall wakes up with a major hangover after a heavy night of partying at the strip joint. He will simply sell with wild abandon, hence triggering sell programs of his fellow robots. Combine this with the nutty aunt locked in the attic--huge and unknown derivitive exposure in our markets--and things can and will unravel at a speed which will shock all but a cynic like myself. One might also argue that today's decline in Apple was triggered by a big commodity trader long oil who had to cover a margin call, which is plausible. This only illustrates that stocks with high degrees of liquidity, like Apple and Facebook, are highly susceptible when problems occur. When push comes to shove, you move what you can unload quickly, where you can get a half decent bid. Imagine if a major player attempted to unload a 75 million share block of ZNGA common where liquidity is quite limited. The blood would flow in a very substantial price correction. Such an event is coming, most likely in 2015. Unless a major player absorbs ZNGA, the company just fades away. The stock remains in big trouble.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • odonnellm66 odonnellm66 Nov 28, 2014 5:00 PM Flag

    As long as the dollar maintains its status as the world's reserve currency via the pertro dollar, we sit pretty. However, the Chinese and the Russians have other ideas which they are enacting as we speak, and China will purchase energy from Russia outside of the US dollar. This gives some credence to conspiracy theories about the decline in oil, as Russia exports little more than cases of Vodka, and official US foreign policy is to drive Russia back to the Stone Ages. A true contrarian might dabble in oil futures at these prices, at least for a very healthy bounce. For anyone with a long term perspective, oil is buy, though we haven't yet seen the lows. I feel the same thing about gold and silver.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • You should be considering why oil is in such a dramatic free fall, off 7.95% in today's session alone. True, it does improve consumer discretionary income, which ZNGA lives or dies by. That's obviously a plus. However, the huge decline in oil also points to big problems with manufacturing output, from China in particular. This means that despite trillions in money printing, euphemistically termed QE, deflation and economic stagnation remain persistent problems in major world economies. If deflationary forces gather steam in our stock market, the final holdout, the crash of 2008 will seem like a relative picnic. The Federal Reserve will risk all credibility in the next crash if they put the printing presses into overdrive once again, so they will more likely shoot blanks and issue lofty press releases to vainly attempt to calm nervous markets. This has huge implications for the high yield (junk) bond markets, because first and foremost, deflation is the great enemy of bonds not sufficiently backed by earnings to fund current debt service. Rotten debt will be obliterated. By the way, how are most of the fracking wells in North Dakota and Montana financed? It's with junk bonds of course, and $68- oil doesn't cover the costs of production, so watch for problems to occur in this sector first. For the political conspiracy theorists out there, you might believe the decline in oil is a consorted attempt, orchestrated by the United States and its oil producing allies, to drive Putin and the ruble out of business. There could be an element of truth to this but I still believe deflation remains the primary culprit. ZNGA is already completely irrelevant. With a heavy bout of deflation, it just fades away, a minor footnote to human idiocy.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • odonnellm66 odonnellm66 Nov 28, 2014 12:12 PM Flag

    Why the censorship?

  • The most recent ZNGA roadkill bounce, whose duration was measured in several days, began on November 6 and peaked on November 12. It was inspired purely on an opinion issued by Jefferies & Co. and had no fundamental basis. Like all the other numerous roadkill bounces, it proved to have no staying power, and from a peak of $2.81 on November 12, there has been a constant steady drift lower since then. You should be asking yourself who profited form the one week phony run from $2.35 to $2.81, a very healthy percentage return for the big boys. Study the one month volume and price chart carefully and take note of the curious timing of the volume spikes. Tax selling now clearly holds the upper hand on this garbage stock since 95% of all the players are under water, and many are down big time, meaning on the order of 40 to 50%. By and large, those who purchased at $8- and above exited long ago unless they fervently believe in the power of prayer. The big downward pressure on ZNGA common will occur in 2015 when we break below the all time low of $2.09. It will get ugly in one final mass capitulation especially when ZNGA posts more disastrous losses in late January. Even with lipstick, a pig is just a pig, even if you are in the kissing mood.

    Summary: You only profit from a ZNGA roadkill bounce if you sell too early. It is wise to ignore upgrades from two bit brokerage firms like Jefferies & Co. especially if upper level executives are swapping wives and partaking of Peruvian flake. They do not have the interests of small retail investors at heart. By the way, the quality of that powder was much better in the early 1980's. I know firsthand.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Barring some international event (not entirely remote), this market simply drifts aimlessly for the remainder of the year. It is suggested to dump your ZNGA common now, take the meager proceeds, and go stand in line at Best Buy with the other sheep for a Black Friday big screen television. It's a better use of time. While in line for several days, feel free to entertain yourself with Farmville, Version 2. It is your civic duty as a citizen of this great nation to consume.

    Summary: Excitement returns to the markets in January of 2015. It will not be the hoped for January effect, but rather a January defect. Keep a close eye on the high yield (junk) bond market. Trouble is brewing there and liquidity will dry up when everyone attempts to sell simultaneously. Patient ZNGA shorts will continue to be rewarded, as the primary tend of this garbage stock remains down. Ever consistent, ZNGA will post more losses at the end of January.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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