$8-9/share imo because their compound successfully stops liver, prostate and uterine cancers.
yeah, "hanging out" short is always risky biz (...i got pretty good "field position" on this trade though [short 80.32]). no money yet though.
Maybe this is the week we pass $80 and stay there? Old news, but I still think FB is headed to $100 sometime this summer. They just have too many good things going for them, most of which hasn't even been monetised as yet.
One day, when it has all the cylinders pumping, FB is gonna earn $7 per share. Even at a way-too-modest 30 x earnings, that puts the PPS over $200. More if the multiple is closer to 50 than 30.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
• Bloomberg reports Facebook (FB +0.8%) is working on a mobile ad platform for 3rd-party apps that would compete against Twitter's (TWTR -2%) popular MoPub mobile ad server/exchange platform for publishers. Twitter is lower following the news.
• Bloomberg adds Facebook could unveil the offering at its annual f8 developer's conference (March 25-26), and might also make several other ad announcements at the time.
• Facebook used last year's f8 conference to launch its Audience Network, which allows advertisers to sell ads on 3rd-party apps while leveraging Facebook data and targeting tools. The company later launched a revamped version of its Atlas ad-serving/measurement platform that links measurement of both Facebook and non-Facebook ads to user profiles.
• Whereas Audience Network provides a set of Facebook ad units for publishers and advertisers, MoPub is a publisher-centric (i.e. supply-side) platform that gives developers a variety of tools (and access to many ad-buying platforms) for monetizing their ad inventory. Thus, creating a MoPub rival would represent an expansion of Facebook's efforts to act as an ad partner for app publishers.
FB won’t recover, but don’t fret, Ultimate Stock Alerts (google search for them now)
just gave me a replacement and I am going to buy
I think the question should be is how will the market do
today. If you believe it will recover I don't see how you bet against facebook when it's showing this much strength.