Zynga is announcing a real-money gaming partnership today, which it likely is hoping to distract from its third-quarter earnings report that we know already will be pretty grim.
Zynga said it is forming an exclusive partnership with bwin.party, a real-money gaming operator. This marks the company’s first move into real-money from the funny-money gaming its used to hosting on Facebook, through games like Poker.
That is gambling, my friends. A gambling platform.
OK--so now, once again, who were the idiots that sold ZNGA down because they were worried about earnings?????
Once again, Wall Street is giving away Free Money, but it isn't for the sheeple, muppets, or the tyoical Wall Street wimp who needs a line in the bathroom to buy him some courage.
Just grow a pair and buy the stocks when they are cheap and quit worrying about the next 3 cents if it moves against you!
So you get two cents worth of free advice, that will remind you to grow a pair.
Even if there isn't one on ZNGA's dog!