gwailo247 on May 25, 2012 4:55 PM So essentially a huge pump-and-dump that ended prior to the IPO evenbegan. Every investor that bought shares when the IPO started essentially paidfor the earnings made in advance. Reply Guest on May 25, 2012 4:59 PM burn, Facebook, burn! Reply davislane1 on May 25, 2012 5:03 PM Known as rapid about this behemoth several weeks ago. I would like Jim Cramer’sjob at CNBC. Reply Ranger12 on May 25, 2012 6:00 PM Each one of these tech companies opting for billions and 100s ofmillions jogs my memory from the us dot com boom from the late 90’s/early2000’s.
They sometimes defy traditional company valuation practicesbecause from the unique character from the companies. However, very feware valued precisely and that we finish of with that. Lots ofhype then people taking a loss. Reply Guest on May 25, 2012 6:25 PM Oh noes the wealthy lost their cash, I am so sad Reply howzz1854 on May 25, 2012 7:41 PM really the wealthy would be the those who win here. e.
they are the associates whodumped the stock at opening at $38 making $16billions combined.the nonwinners would be the little retail customers. this factor stank wayfrom the start. way overhyped through the marketing and theunderwriters. discuss 100 billion valuation, it isn’t even worth50 billion.
I would not even pay $15 for any share let along $30. itsintrinsic value is simply not there. with insufficient real profit,misguided business design. it makes me upset after i see peoplegoing to grocery and evaluating prices between $2.50 and $2.99.so when a joe schmo calls you on the telephone, individuals will buyanything they offer alternatively line without considering theincome statement. $^%$^% makes me mad people.
Reply p51d007 on May 25, 2012 11:49 PM I would not buy this or other “us dot.com” stock that does notPRODUCE an item. Apart from information, exactly what does Facebook really “make” I personally use an advertisement blocker, never play the “games” on Facebook, neverclick on the organization “likes” pages. It is simply to see relatives to help keep intouch. Facebook might have to go the clear way of bebo, when the next “awesome” factor comesalong. I believe this IPO was simply an over inflated ponzischeme.
Reply Guest on May 26, 2012 12:21 AM Die Zuckerberg, DIE! Reply.
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