+ Watch FB
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Saw Facebook had been climbing all week in advance of earnings.Figured either it would drop hard on earnings OR that if it did satisfy investors that it wouldn't pop much more than it had already, so shorts would be somewhat neutral. Was partially right on the second thesis.See earnings/growth look very good QoQ. Always wonder on highly forward priced equities when the music will stop, but apparently not this quarter.My pre-earning downthumb pick fell on it's face, but relatively soft landing...will pick up and reevaluate.
Facebook is a 1.4 billion subscribers titan gorilla but earnings are still little compared to this number.There is much more into it for investors !facebook is like a huge social OS with many options.My target for Facebook (FB) 160 - 200 bucks per share. Thumb up!
Simply no way Facebook is worth this much money.Despite that, still concerned about getting burned on this one short-term.
A new giant in the making. It has demonstrated its ability to monetize its userbase and is sitting at the forefront of a shift in how content is consumed. Think of facebook less as a social network, and more of a social media enabler. It's acquisitions of Instagram, Whatsapp, Oculus, and Liverail prove that this has the ability to become a company much more than the company it started as in 2004. Long on FB and zuckerberg.
The growth potential is still huge, and Zuck has some interesting ways to spread his business to many impoverished countries.
FB is not only a social platform but a data-mining spider with fingers in many pies.
A billion plus users ! This giant keeps growing and developing.
Facebook is a dynamic company and if you pay attention to each calculated move the company makes you can see that it's got staying power; it takes a little imagination but if you can focus on the possible that in another 5 years Facebook will an ecosystem and oculus rift/VR will no longer be a fade but apart of many peoples everyday lives than you would bet on this company.
Growing and more room to grow. FB is here to stay.
Every portfolio needs a social media site stock and FB is the big name in this space. Growth for other names like Twitter has stagnated and FB sits at a reasonable 48x Free Cash Flow, compared to 580x for LinkedIn. Facebook has much broader appeal than most other social media sites. The stock is volatile but this call is for 5 years plus. Buy Facebook for the long term.
FACEBOOK INC64.50 Up 0.2099 (0.33 %) as of 4:00:00pm ET 06/13/2014 52-Week High 03/11/2014 72.59 52-Week Low 06/24/2013 23.38 Price Performance (Last 52 Weeks) 06/13/2014 +171.81% Volume (10 day Average) 43,086,692 Volume (90 day Average) 63,193,452 Options Yes Market Capitalization $165.53B Shares Outstanding 2,566,347,000 Shares Short* 44,556,753 Short Interest as a % of Shares Outstanding* 1.74% Days to Cover 0.91 P/E (Trailing Twelve Months) 86.00 PEG Ratio (5-Year Projected) 2.46 Ex-Dividend Date -- Dividend Pay Date -- Dividend -- Annualized Dividend Yield --
Market cap 160b but income only 2b.I think internet stocks is too high now.
Buckets of cash and all of the data that advertisers crave. Zuckerberg is quirky, but hasn't made many mistakes so far. Lots of upside here.
People are growing tired of the social network but with so many constantly engaged users revenues will continue to stream in.
Social networks come and go. I hear of teens snubbing FB because their parents are on it. It's not cool any more. I still use it, but there may come a day where kids decide that they would rather use another one. They've had a good run, but I'm not convinced that their star will shine bright forever.
This site is no longer about social media. Zuckerberg is attempting to shake up the entire industry of online advertising, and so far he's killing it.
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