Betting on Online Gambling Is Truly Gambling
May 4th 2013 12:00PM
Updated May 4th 2013 4:25PM
In the following video, Fool contributor Matt Thalman discusses a few different reasons he believes investors should stay away from the casino and online gambling operators until online gambling revenues are proven over the next few quarters.
One front-runner in the online poker scene is Zynga , a company that Matt believes would be better off in the long run if it made one strategic move.
To find out what that is, and for a few reasons investors should stay on the sidelines, click on the video.
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