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- The half life of technical and trendy items can be unpredictably short. I'd think twice before dumping any retirement funds in this one. For reasons that none of us now know, todays Facebook could be tomorrows MySpace.May 4, 2012
- In the IPO, many of Facebook's founding investors are cashing out, at least partially. FB can't add many more users than it already has, and this article from February points out that Facebook must instead cash in on mobile-app ads in order to grow any further. http://www.business2community.com/facebook/facebook-still-has-a-secret-weapon-0129940May 4, 2012
- I got $14/share ($35 billion) assuming that they would mostly saturate in a couple years.May 4, 2012
- I wouldn't do it. There are better opportunities out there than this. I look at this market going down, not up, in future years. Google's plan is different and I'm no fan out the way they are doing it.;) But it probably has a better chance.
It's also ridiculous to think that there are that many active subscribers. What do you guys think? I think it's about 1% of what they say. Here and there. I've been seeing this thing wane for months...and it just got started.May 4, 2012
- Do you think people who type "facebook" into Google to get there are a useful proxy for their visits numbers? If so, they stopped growing a year and a half ago: http://www.google.com/trends/?q=facebook
I'm thinking of shorting.May 5, 2012
- I wouldn't. But then I wouldn't take anybody's advice I found around here.
Buncha shitheads anyway.May 5, 2012