See you at $35 or more by year end. I probably won't look at this message board much any more as it is about useless especially with all the disgruntles who bought at the IPO price. Long term I'm predicting $70 in 3 or 4 years with international expansion and ever increasing targeted ad revenues. Adios.
I can't blame you. Only about 10% of the posts are rational.
Unfortunately I've lost faith in FB and feel that they will do anything to ignore investors and stick it to wall street. They didn't want to go public and I just think they are indifferent to the stock price in 2013.
Frankly I'm expecting them to meet revenue estimates but give the guidance once again that they are taking charges, paying off employees, cutting next year's estimates, yada yada. They don't give a damn about near term investors, and are happy to see the stock fall to $22.
Fortunately though, at $22, this stock is a definite buy, not just a speculative buy. No one can ignore what Zuck said at $18, and you can't ignore a stock with more traffic than any other web site, and the fastest growing mobile ad revenue stream in the world.
There is very little downside left at this price, and mostly upside. So let's dampen expectations about earnings, because there is at least a 30% chance that FB will once again just stick it to Wall St, and let the stock drop further. I hope this won't happen, but that's what I expect. Even if they beat, I bet they will take accounting measures to discourage investors. Low expectations for earnings.
crieing and teethchattering on Longs side. I love it.
shows which fools try to invest with no aknowledge of fundamentals.
come on Pimpers try your best on me, seduce the morons to buy ur valueless shares.