but all you stubborn and arrogant people talking 35 to 38 after earnings that were so cozyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy and feeling so warm...blew it...you owe me cause I got you out much higher
Holding nicely above $30 despite terrible guidance and margins. Go figure.
Zuck said all along, from beginning to end, they are going public because they have to, and not because they want to cater to shareholders. This is a long term speculative play. No one is selling off anytime soon. And single digits, $25 seems awfully unlikely if it stays above $30 today.
Floor was $20, then $24, then $27, now appears to be at $30, despite absolutely zilch guidance, and little help from FB HQ. This really shows that retail and institutional investors are now in for the long haul. FB is plodding along, slowly, methodically. If it stays above $30 today, gradual strength will continue. There is no evidence that the COO and VPs are selling any substantial % of their shares.
FB remains the ONLY stock capable of competing w/ AAPL AMZN GOOG, and it still is the most visited web site in history. It has consistently risen nicely over the last 6 months. It has met revenue expectations. No it's not GOOG, but it's moving up nicely and gradually. Staying long and strong.
Shorts, wake up and go hit LNKD, with a price of 600x earnings.
What are you twelve? I told you, I told you, I told you... who cares? Who the hell listens to you yahoo's for stock advice? Fact is, FB beat rather nicely, but since it was up 70% since last report, hey, a bit of profit taking here. Doesn't mean all your spouting garbage that this company will tank huge will be right.
I think FB price will be volatile tomorrow, so could go either way but probably won't go down by much if at all ($30.5 maybe). Don't go strickly by after hour pricing, I learned that long ago.