i think some people need a little guidance on some formulas that should have been taught in high school at the latest.
market cap = share price x stocks outstanding. easy enough, but even yahoo has a problem calculating it for ZNGA 4.6 billion? hopefully nobody is stupid enough to read it and believe it without doing my very simple supplied formula.
a portion of revenue to another company. not correlated at all. example: company A gets 12% of revenue from company B does in no way mean you can take the revenue B and calculate company A stock price. It would be just as wrong and stupid to try to calculate company B stock price as well.
yeah it sucks i am in at 9.20 and 9.80 that sucks as compared to 13.75 shorting on a stock that is currently aroun 12.80 a share. LOL, hint i can give you another easy formula for the percentage gain for both of us, but you would still argue that you are higher, LOL good luck to you for that.
i tried, the same poster (2 names) keeps arguing that cap = share price x shares outstanding is not the formula and point to 4.6 billion market cap from yahoo as proof. one name actually started a thread titled MARKET CAP HALF FROM LAST WEEK and pointed to the yahoo number as gospel. sometimes you just have to pat them on the back and say ok you are right.
using your calculations, then facebook is already valued at almost 120 per share and not 40 where it is being sold in the pre ipo market. i know you are saying it will be priced at about 120, i dont think the ipo price will come out quite that high, remember google was 100.