My Investing Thesis Blew Up! Now What?
In the following video, Fool contributor Matt Thalman discusses a few actions investors can take when their ithesis for owning a stock has fallen apart. He uses Zynga's recent announcement to no longer pursue online gambling as an example. If you'd purchased Zynga hoping that the company would hit it big with online gambling, what should you do? Check out the video to see what your options may be.
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