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  • ladder_week ladder_week Aug 31, 2012 3:50 PM Flag

    Many here think it's funny that real people are losing thier life savings. Shameless people

    for sure. Karma baby!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • Losing why? Don't they know what a Stop Loss order is?

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • why don't you take that up with the company... surely you can see insiders massively dumping the stock... do you think they care?

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • And enjoying every bit of u greedy douches losing all ur
      money on this over hyped stock.....

    • Only funny cause weve all been there done that. Somebody elses turn to get reamed hard. sort of like an initiation. If you pass the test you can make up what you lost many times over.

      Sentiment: Hold

    • It's called a sell order . If you are losing money in this stock , then what the heck are you holding onto it for ??? Don't forget , there is no rule that says it has to stay at a certain price. From everything i have learned about the company it is over valued .. Why did Theil sell out ???

      Sentiment: Sell

    • FRAUD IPO: CRIMINALS COOKED BOOKS:Poof! $1 Billion Slashed From 2012 Facebook Revenue
      By singhlion2001 . 9 minutes ago . Permalink
      FRAUD IPO: CRIMINALS COOKED BOOKS:Poof! $1 Billion Slashed From 2012 Facebook Revenue Forecast

      Poof! $1 Billion Slashed From 2012 Facebook Revenue Forecast

      Mark Zuckerberg’s 2012 salary: $1 per year. Many executives like Zuckerberg choose to pay themselves low salaries in order to increase the company’s profits as much as possible. When the company maximizes profits it increases the overall value of their stock holdings which is where the executive’s true wealth comes from. Interestingly, Steve Jobs, Eric Schmidt, Larry Page and Sergey Brin each earn only $1 per year in salary!

      Mark Zuckerberg’s net worth is $14.19 billion dollars. His wealth comes from his 28.1% equity stake in the company he founded Facebook. Mark Zuckerberg’s net worth is calculated by multiplying his 28.1% stake which is 503.6 million shares, times the current price per share. As of August 3rd 2012, Facebook’s price per share is $21 which gives Mark Zuckerberg a net worth of $10 billion. The company IPO’d May 18th 2012, at which point we found out exactly how much Zuckerberg is worth on paper. Mark also has the right to purchase an additional 120 million shares of the company at any point in the future which will boost his net worth by $5.5 billion. At one point when Facebook was trading at $42 per share, Mark Zuckerberg’s net worth was $21.17 billion! If Facebook ever has the same market cap as Google ($200 billion), then Mark Zuckerberg’s net worth will be close to $40 billion!

      Who Just Made a Billion Dollars?

      Bankster Fraud Has Driven 100 Million Into Poverty, Killing Many

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • You can't fix stupid.

    • Short this turd and get your money back, LOSER!!

      Stock 101:
      Stock prices are based on earnings and the potential for earnings growth.
      This stock makes 29 CENTS per share, with DECREASING revenue.
      This means the stock price cannot establish a base until the company establishes a consistent earnings stream.
      Since the cat is out of the bag and companies such as GM have determined that the business model does not work and they will not be wasting any more advertising dollars on this site......

      never mind.
      Just keep averaging down tard..

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • TAKE THE PAIN. NOBODY made you buy this POS. You did so because of GREED.

    • Why? Are you trading without a stop loss? Never take a catastrophic loss. Learned my lesson the hard way once...lost 200 grand waiting for a stock to "recover" never did.

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