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  • Electronic Arts (EA -7.7%) is now seeing big losses, as the Street concludes its March quarter warning takes priority over John Riccitiello's resignation. Game developers Activision (ATVI -2%), Take-Two (TTWO -1.8%), Zynga (ZNGA -1.7%), and Glu Mobile (GLUU -6.8%) are also lower, as is retailer GameStop (GME -2.3%). EA's warning comes a few days after NPD provided more downbeat retail sales data for the industry to chew on, as aged consoles and a shift to mobile gaming continue taking a toll. (earlier[View news story]
    Well its just an opinion but GLUU is basically already mobile game provider including gambling in the United Kingdom ( England)
    Zinga is aother hoping to cash in on mobile gaming and gambling on line at present they have the most monthly hits then any other game related corportion. They are about to announce a United Kingdom online gambling games as well.
    BYD Boyd has many casino's in different states and will also benefit from their casino's online gambling market when it is in full swing in the states sames as caser's palace etc etc. Hope that helps a little.
    Mar 19, 2013. 03:54 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • With international smartphone buyers clamoring for large displays and cheap Android phones spreading like wildfire in fast-growing emerging markets, "Apple’s (AAPL) competitors are finally doing a better job of making the kinds of phones that customers want," writes The New Yorker's James Surowiecki, summing up the biggest fear on investors' minds. But Apple has shown a knack for innovating its way out of tough spots, and can do so again. "Failing to build a phablet or a cheap phone may well have been mistakes, but they’re fixable mistakes." [View news story]
    I used to say the same things about Blackberry when Rim and Apple shared the same stock price, I though Blackberry would come back and wow us, it did not happen, Apple left Rimm or Blackberry as they are now called sitting in its dust.
    Steve Jobs is no longer with us is it possible that the core of apple also went with him.
    Mar 2, 2013. 05:37 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • DryShips: Be Patient And Wait For The Turnaround [View article]
    The Shipping Sector is in perils at the foreseeable future
    Lets hop aboard financials for instance like Bac or City Bank
    For a wee cruise then come back on board DRYS in a year or so
    Just a thought
    Jan 2, 2013. 04:30 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment