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Mobile game Running with Friends is the first Zynga (ZNGA) title in the endless running genre....

Mobile game Running with Friends is the first Zynga (ZNGA) title in the endless running genre. Just launched globally following a Canadian soft launch, the game amounts to a collaboration with popular console game developer Eat Sleep Play - this could be a sign of Zynga's efforts to keep R&D spending down as much as anything. Regardless, Zynga is hoping the game can add to the mobile momentum produced by Draw Something 2, as the company bets on "high-engagement" mobile titles to help spark a rebound.
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  • If ZNGA becomes the success internationally as well as domestically as I think it will, it will be priced higher per share than FB imo

     

    ZNGA has potential to have a lot more going for it than social media FB. Social media is here today and gone the next aka myspace and FB is already losing share to new and better social media sites so I fully expect it to be the next youtube in couple years which is why I never bought it. ZNGA can be on all social media sites if it wants and it can be on its own too.

     

    Even if gambling domestically stays in just a few States legally, there is the entire world for ZNGA to make huge money in and at this time, it is positioning itself well, has practically no debt, plenty of cash on hand and is extremely undervalued because some tend to see it as risky yet even IBM, the best stock in the markets imo has risks.

     

    I could be wrong but I think ZNGA will do just fine and have said that before at the lows and saying it now.
    10 May 2013, 09:35 PM Reply Like
  • No question in my mind that ZNGAs' potential upsides far exceed it's possible paths to abject failure.Long ZNGA.....Rom
    11 May 2013, 12:18 AM Reply Like
  • Great potential for Zynga.
    $8-9 by the end of the year, 2013
    $14-18 by the end of next year 2014
    11 May 2013, 01:53 AM Reply Like
  • Follow stocks with fast fluctuations.
    11 May 2013, 02:06 AM Reply Like
  • I agree it is too cheap not to take a speculative bet on this stock as it sits now. The upside potential is far above the risk...even that of a flat out bankruptcy. Worse case someone would pick up the company first. Best case: online gambling takes off with them at the forefront.
    11 May 2013, 06:08 PM Reply Like
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