Gaming Stock

Solitaire, Minesweeper, Hearts, FreeCell – The Secret Behind These Games

Humankind cannot live without games. The gaming industry is estimated to worth about US$88 billion this year (2015) and is expected to skyrockets to US$110 billion by 2018. Apple iOS developer made an impressive US$10 billion in revenue for the fiscal year 2014, although not the entire figure goes to game developers. Still, games such […]

... written on Aug 24 2015

Bring Back DOS-Games Childhood Memory – Here’s How To Play For Free

Depending on your age, you may or may not know the world of DOS games. It was the early age of computer where the Intel Pentium was not even born yet. You were bombarded with technology such as Intel 80286 (or simply Intel-286) and Intel 80386 (or simply Intel-386). Computers were rarely shipped with memory […]

... written on Jan 06 2015

North Korea’s Future – Kim Jong-un Executive Decision

The passing of North Korea leader Kim Jong Il sent global stock markets tumbling for obvious reason – untested young son Kim Jong Un taking over from a country with a nuclear program and 1.2-million strong military, not to mention its history invasion into South Korea. While United States, South Korea and Japan are watching […]

... written on Dec 24 2011

Singapore is Counting Chips of Profit from IRs

Singaporeans would be “prudent” to let foreigners do the gambling at the casinos in the two new integrated resorts (IRs) as such a move will be a “sure-win” situation, as taxes levied on gambling would boost government coffers, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said yesterday at the National Day Rally. Yeah, maybe PM Lee should […]

... written on Aug 31 2010

Dare to catch falling knife Genting now? It could be cheaper

The talks of selling off its power assets to concentrate and rebrand Genting Group (KLSE: GENTING, stock-code 3182) as the pure casino player has been going around for some time. Singapore would be Genting’s new flagship in its plan to hedge its current hilltop Genting Highland, what more with the current political volatility. Of course […]

... written on Jun 11 2008

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