When Zynga (NASDAQ:ZNGA) went public, there was a lot of buzz around the company. Investors were excited about the very high number of active users for its games, and the company's potentially disruptive new business model. But after the IPO, Zynga's stock fell precipitously, and it has left investors with a lot of questions. Now that the initial hype has worn off and the share price has fallen from its highly overvalued position, is this a stock where we can expect some growth? Is now a good low point for investors to get in, or is this the beginning of the end for Zynga? Motley Fool analyst Andrew Tonner tells us just what the opportunity is at the moment for Zynga investors.
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