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Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by Vic777, May 19, 2012.
What a bunch of suckers! When will it hit $1.65 per share? Lots of money to be made shorting.
Some people learned nothing from the first 'tech bubble' ........
You don't think Facebook is worth twice what a company like Honda is worth? Are you crazy? Honda just sells millions of automobiles every year, whereas Facebook sells little Internet ads that nobody reads and brilliant games like FarmVille. Facebook is going to save the markets. I saw it in the news.
This is just another way of creating money out of thin air. One Hundred Billion of Counterfeit "Money" was just pumped into the Economy.
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Kinda flopping out the gate ain't it.'08.
My son and his friends say Facebook isn't cool anymore. Sounds like it's on the way out.
Figures, I made an account last week.
Folks Bruce has been kidnapped by
What is this facebook thing?
Yup. As soon as the hype wears off and actual earnings per share become apparent, the stock price just won't support holding them. So they will get dumped. But right now, the price will go up short term due to flippers.
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They were buying their own stock to keep it from tanking.
I'm not a big Facebook guy. What products do they produce, other than advertising revenue?
Sounds like a company that can make money, only as long as the fad continues, or for as long as it takes for something better to come along. Anyone buying stock in MySpace?
And they sell this information??
Facebook's New Terms Of Service: "We Can Do Anything We Want With Your Content. Forever."
I'm in the "overvalued" camp.
However, what I don't have a clear vision of is what Facebook will become now that he's got the traffic and networks.
My thinking is that it went public so the few that do own the 'company' can make scads of money before the next social fad. Wouldn't surprise me in the least if they already have something up their sleeve to replace FB or know of something in the works.
Yeah I mean its going to change continuously or it will die. What I haven't the slightest idea about is the pipeline.
They've got way too much traffic and too valuable of a brand to just let it languish.