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Zynga Inc.

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ZNGA is about to gooooo off I really need to do some DD on this but I’m lazy... look at the facts....it’s being artificially suppressed by MM’s....(74M short interest....yes I realize there is 1B float.... doesn’t matter 74M is still a lot of pressure if FOMO kicks in) literally everything about the company is screaming success tons of acquisitions including a targeted ad company which negates negative effects of Google/Apple ad restriction debacle....also was projected to turn a profit in 2022 and numbers show it’s probably happening next Q....finally call premiums are literally cheaper than the guy behind Wendy’s dumpster...

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>The rationale being that Zynga has admitted they have no desire to innovate and are happy to rip off their competitors wholesale, and scam their customers? Yeah, no rationale at all.

cars, electronics, such as phones, laptops, computers, guns, ovens, they all do the same thing, and they all copy each other as much as possible without breaking the law, except if you do research, they sue each other all the time and settle out of court. just look at the ongoing apple/motorola/android lawsuit.

Theres very little innovation out there. Remember the birth of the First Person Shooter video game? and how many clones there were? and then someone invented the cover based shooter? and all the clones of that as well? or how they crank out the same game with the same graphics on a yearly basis now? COD? BF? etc

>Like a cancer, they can only survive by metastasis.

ok #1: extreme bias
#2: EA and Activision. thats how they got big. thats how companies get big. they no longer produce their own content. they acquire companies use their hard work and reap the profits. it isn't specific to zynga, or even EA or activision. happens all over with so many corporations across all markets. and when a subsidiary doesn't do well, guess what happens to them? did you see this picture? and from my understanding, this is just companies that are still in business. can you imagine what that graphic would look like if they included shuttered subsidiaries?
plain and simple, its business, and every business has dirty dealings. you want to compare zynga with haliburton or monsanto?

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It is worth noting, Zynga had $600 million in revenues & $90 million in profit last year, ~~which puts their P/E ratio at 1.66 if they're offering full ownership.~~ EDIT: they're not offering full ownership, so the P/E ratio is between 166 and 222. Which is ridiculously high, even though they are a new company growing incredibly fast with real revenue, google is 20 and apple & ibm are 15.

Linkedin has a P/E of 2,605, groupon at ~260, pandora is still losing money, and facebook is likely between 200 and 400. Plus, zynga was recently valued higher than EA, which is nuts.

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