For those of you that have lost 40% or more of their investment in Facebook thus far, well, two schools of thought:
I cannot afford to take the risk of losing any more of my principal investment. Facebook's value could conceivably continue in a downward spiral. There is no news out there for a resonable individual to assume otherwise. Zuck has no demonstrated no strategic vision thus far. Its his company, he can't be fired. Sell now take your loss and maybe a lesson is learned do your due diligence on any company before investing and filter out all the hype.
Ask yourself, can I consider whatever I invested in Facebook may one time vanish in thin air, such as one's investment in Lehman Brothers did. If so, keep it ride it out to the bitter end.
As I've said it before, stop blaming Zuck, J$wish bankers, Wall Street,Ms. Zuck, Morgan Stanley, Madoff, short sellers, Europe crisis, fiscal cliff, drought and who knows what/who else for the drop in the price of this stock. noone forced us to invest our hard earned dollars in this POS thinking yes the next Apple or Priceline. WE ARE AT FAULT. WE MADE A BAD DECISION. TIME TO MOVE ON.