Many investors looked at Zynga as a company with tremendous potential due to its enormous base of active users and possibility to disrupt other conventional gaming companies with its unique, though unproven, business model. After when the company went public, we saw a massive sell-off, and share prices plummeted. Has the company finally reached a reasonable valuation? Are today's Zynga investors in for some growth on the cheap, or has the excitement around this company faded altogether? In this video, Motley Fool tech analyst Andrew Tonner tells us the key metrics to follow to see if Zynga is a buy.

Zynga's post-IPO performance has been dreadful, and investors are beginning to wonder if it's "game over" for this newly public company. Being so closely related to the world's largest social network can be a blessing and a curse. You can learn everything you need to know about Zynga and whether it's a buy or a sell in our new premium research report. Don't even think about picking up shares before you read what our top analysts have to say about Zynga. Click here to access your copy.


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