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odonnellm66 409 posts  |  Last Activity: 14 hours ago Member since: Jan 17, 2012
  • The very best you can hope for is that ZNGA remains stable for the next six months, which means in the most ideal scenario, it is dead money., and ZNGA pays no dividend. Here's the big difficulty with the notion of price stability. Tops are now in place for all the major averages. The path of least resistance is down and down well beyond a normal 10% market correction. I anticipate panic selling at some point over the next three months. The laggards, companies unable to post profits, will be dumped in droves. We will see $1.99 ZNGA. Depending on the speed with which ZNGA is expending its cash base, it could be even worse.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • By the way, give me the actual cash position of this outfit, because I see numbers all over the map. ZNGA has spent like drunken sailors on acquisitions and they are currently bleeding to cover the daily cost of operations. This stock remains in big trouble.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Lead analyst, Patrick O'Leary, sited the following structural problems:
    1. Revenue is in a free fall.
    2. Active users are in a sharp decline.
    3. ZNGA is a non-profit organization.
    4. All of the so-called products are fads.
    5. The Kim Khardashian factor is missing.
    6. Why pay premium for freemium?
    7. Dr. Don's obscene compensation alone will bleed the company dry.
    8. The Kosher Nostra is dumping their shares, including Stevie Cohen.
    9. ZNGA could eliminate 1000 employees and no one would notice a change in output.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Call me when this rubbish is trading at $2.50. Meanwhile, paint some more lipstick on this pig.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • I'll Tweet this in a few moments. I'm just letting you sell first.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • This explains why his stroke has been errant with his putter in recent tournaments. His spokesman announced, "Tiger has been placed in quarantine at an undisclosed Florida facility. Mr. Woods is on a restricted diet, and he is slowly being weened off of his Grand Slam addiction. This is a personal issue not thought to effect his strategic alliance with the ZNGA Brain Trust.

    Let us pray for the recovery of both Tiger and ZNGA shares.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • odonnellm66 odonnellm66 Aug 7, 2014 11:12 PM Flag

    Did you yet receive the Spandex low trim shorts I mailed you last week? Yes, the ones with embroidered hearts and cupid arrows. You should now prove quite popular at the gym.

    Are you prepared for a bloodbath in the world markets? It's coming. Your above idea makes much sense, but there must be buyer demand for those calls in order to make good money. Who in their right mind purchases ZNGA calls at this stage of the game except as a hedging strategy?

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Lobster red all over the world as of this moment. Tokyo down 2%. Hang Seng down also. FTSE and the DAX looking like they want to sell big time. Putin is rattling his saber, and I believe he will enter the Ukraine. That sends world markets down an immediate 10 to 20%. European banks are facing a crisis, similar to what we saw here in 2008. This entire scenario is starting to look biblical. You are nuts to be speculating in a penny stock like ZNGA at this time. The first trading day after the disastrous ZNGA lack of earnings report looks to be nasty, though we can definitely expect the Federal Reserve to be active overnight in our futures in a desperate attempt to prevent mass contagion. Systemic market risk, baby! For those not adverse to high risk and high reward, take a look at FAZ, but it is only for those with damn near impeccable market timing, which means very few. It is an excellent day trading vehicle for those with the necessary skills and a bit of luck. We are in for great excitement over the next 90 days. It will be very painful for most, but a few will become quite wealthy. We are looking at a 600 point down session on the DOW shortly. It could even occur tomorrow.

    Summary: ZNGA is high risk, no reward. This is a time to be short the market, and especially short garbage stocks.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Business Insider; August 7, 2014
    Article: Record Withdrawals From High-Yield Bond Funds
    I already addressed this topic some time ago.
    Let's get ready to rumble.

    Summary: Junk bonds and junk stocks like ZNGA are about to be vaporized. Is risk off or on?

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • I don't know the exact answer to that question but his pumping of the stock just before this disastrous lack of earnings report is highly suspicious. Read my text on the subject: Tribal Money Flow Patterns and Tsunami Wave Analysis

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    Will ZNGA even exist in two years?

    by odonnellm66 Aug 7, 2014 6:52 PM
    odonnellm66 odonnellm66 Aug 7, 2014 7:07 PM Flag

    Losses were up by a factor of how much from a year earlier, even with highly creative accounting?
    Current loss: $62.5 million
    Last year: $15.4 million
    That's a four fold increase, and revenue is in a free fall.
    Profit = revenue minus cost of operations.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Definitely not in its current form. Management and a bloated work force will bleed this company dry from the inside. Obscenity charges should be filed against the board and Don Mattrick. Why the hell are the shareholders paying Dr. Don $1.3 million per week in compensation. Outrageous!

    Other notes: The ZNGA message board cheerleading ratio, a key technical indicator, burst skyward in the after hours entering territory we have not seen since the Facebook IPO. A contrarian like myself loves to see that kind of delusional sentiment. Dump this rubbish.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • odonnellm66 by odonnellm66 Aug 7, 2014 6:08 PM Flag

    Dear ZNGA Frat Boys,
    Vulture Capital Management, a diversified hedge fund specializing in scam stocks, has a short term price target of $1.99 on this garbage. Let's see where this virtual stock trades when we shave 5000 DOW points from the average. Watch for market nervousness tomorrow. Right now the pro traders do not want to hold long positions over the weekend. I say tomorrow is a down day with high probability. This Comedy of Errors--ZNGA-- will be hammered worse tomorrow if we have a sell off. My prediction: Putin will eventually enter the Ukraine.

    This message is brought to you courtesy of the Prophet odonnellm66.
    Take this brother, and may it serve you well.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • What precisely are we going to do about it? Will we bomb Moscow? I rather think not. Putin is wearing britches quite a bit bigger than Saddam Hussein or Momar Ghadaffi, both two bit dictators. Putin is not easily intimidated by our naval ships in his Black Sea. Sure, we'll crank further on the economic sanctions, seize a few bank accounts in London and New York, and arm the Ukrainian resistance. Remember, the Russian population at large has a huge historical capacity for pain and suffering, unheard of in the common ghettos of Philadelphia, Newark, or Oakland among the welfare recipients, where there would (will) be riots and looting when faced with a serious economic decline. In the event Russia experiences a bit of social unrest at home, Putin stamps it out immediately with bullets--shoot to kill. Then he just plays the waiting game until Germany is cold and on its knees. We are in no position to answer Putin militarily. To do so opens World War III with no winners. It's a zero sum game.

    Summary: Putin is in the driver's seat. He is a much better chess player than Obama. I predict he takes control of the Ukraine. It is best done before winter settles in.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • odonnellm66 odonnellm66 Aug 6, 2014 5:40 PM Flag

    There are no even prime numbers with the sole exception of 2. I was only referring to 89. That's prime enough for me.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Here's what this story is really about. Of course it's about money, but more specifically, it is about natural gas pipelines, and the Ukraine's critical geographic position. Putin wants to become Europe's primary source of energy, and that has the United States in a tizzy for several reasons. First of all, Putin will sell that gas in any currency he desires, circumventing the sanctity of the petro dollar which is a long term disaster for our currency, because petro dollars artificially prop up the value of the U.S. dollar. Once a major power like Russia does this, other nations will soon follow. Secondly, the United States currently has seven liquefied natural gas terminals under construction (more are on the drawing board) on our own shores, and we want to supply the natural gas to Europe. We don't want Russia to be the major player in that market for obvious reasons. The smart people in Washington D.C.already grasp that our huge trade deficit is not sustainable, and the export of natural gas would do much to appease those horrible numbers. You can't discuss the Ukraine without talking about energy. Putin needs direct control of the Ukraine, and I think he will take whatever steps are necessary.

    Summary: Major wars are started over these kinds of disagreements. Let's hope not. There is much at stake. Putin has a much stronger historical claim to the Ukraine than we do. We only want the Ukraine in NATO so we can control their political process and prevent Russia from moving energy through that country. I say Putin holds the upper hand in this conflict. That's why we should be very careful about pushing him against the wall with ever stricter economic sanctions.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • odonnellm66 odonnellm66 Aug 6, 2014 4:29 PM Flag

    The actual culprit was Merrill Lynch. It was a shotgun marriage.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Dear ZNGA Board,
    I wanted to take this moment to thank you folks for the salary raise to $1.3 million per week. Someone around this joint needs to make some serious money, and it sure as hell isn't the shareholders. True, I haven't yet managed to join the Billionaire Boys Club, and Jack Dorsey had the audacity to point out that somber fact the other day on the Silicon Valley cocktail circuit. I simply replied that Mark Pinus had his membership revoked as well in light of this ongoing ZNGA death spiral. I just wished I had been around to cash in on the fraudulent secondary offering. Mark scored a cool $200 million on that deal when he dumped shares at $13-. I guess you could say that tribal membership has its privileges, and I remain a lowly Goye. By the way, thanks for inquiring on my wife. She's doing fine, but we are getting divorced. I blame it on all the stress of trying to resurrect a dead company. There were also some other extra-curricular San Francisco activities, but I don't want to go into the specifics beyond revealing that I discovered certain latent tendencies. Don't worry about the video conference call tomorrow. I just finished reading that blockbuster, How to Succeed with Garbled Language Impediments. I think you might want to focus on the fireworks show which comes at the end of my presentation. It occurs just as we cue up that Doors classic tune, Light My Fire. We have put considerable thought and shareholder money into this extravaganza. I remain your humble servant.
    Yours,
    Dr. Don

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    Pinned at $3.00 until earnings on Aug 7

    by intelidog Jul 28, 2014 2:02 PM
    odonnellm66 odonnellm66 Aug 6, 2014 3:26 PM Flag

    I did take your advice, and I got some sun and fresh air, but only after the market close. I even stopped beating the ex-wife for a few days. I'm still trying to to ween myself off of that bad habit of kicking this rabid bulldog. Thanks for all the moral counsel. A 7% loss isn't much for a week. Just take it in stride. I would be a bit more concerned about Friday's closing price.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Their long term record on this stock is a disaster. Read up on their ZNGA recommendations over the last years.. Just like me, they are nothing more than a common hack.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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