I know too many people who have and/or have died from cancer.
You are nothing more than what is found in toilet bowls.
Leave this board.
Article from WIRED 3.12.14: "New Jersey Bans Tesla to Ensure Buying a Car Will Always Suck."
Think about Apple. Some of their product is sold at many retailers, but the majority of their stuff can only be bought at an Apple store. No problem there.
TSLA sells direct to help control costs. The buyer will not have to pay more and TSLA will not have to make less. Put in a middle man and a $90,000 car goes over $100,000. I think once TSLA can produce more vehicles annually it would make sense to allow dealers to sell them.
You are right, dr. Glu does want to make ipo investors whole. Their price is closer to $12 a share. But, I really don't see the motivation for a company to buy Glu, or Zynga. They are only as good as their next game. A game company would need to have a consistency of success. This is not to say I am negative on Glu. I have my shares and plan to hold. I'm just saying there has to be a motivation for Apple or Google or MS to buy them.
I do like where Glu is going. They have been buying in to startups like BeeCave. They are offering their platform for smaller game makers and taking a cut of the money like they are a talent agent. They are working and developing online gaming in the UK and other part of Europe. I think Glu will eventually be a company that considers buying up smaller ones.
Last few days BWIN (PYGMF) has had little movement. Spiked Thursday morning, then tanked. Opened lower today. In fact, BWIN has had little movement all year. There may be anticipation but investors are sitting on the sidelines. They may talk about further relations with US casinos, and it might be about UK online gambling. Would enjoy having Zynga or Glu or both mentioned.
At least Glu and Zynga are riding some momentum from King's pre IPO.
Perhaps tic-toc is referring to the article in the New Yorker's 3.17.14 magazine. Well written point of view about Zynga, King and the mobile game market.
Then again, I don't think tic-toc would refer to the New Yorker. grabapair is probably right.
A massive 6.9-magnitude earthquake hit off the coast of Northern California Sunday evening, 50 miles west of Eureka, Calif. ktvu local news
This SPAMMER-pump and dumper has been posting this same message since January. Somebody bought 1/10 in Feb too!
BCHS Somebody bought 1 tenth of all shares out the other day, WHY?
by coppershirt88 • Feb 24, 2014 9:59 AM