|Bid||0.00 x 1100|
|Ask||0.00 x 800|
|Day's Range||207.76 - 209.99|
|52 Week Range||149.02 - 210.99|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||34.45|
|Earnings Date||Jul 25, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||231.19|
Mark Zuckerberg has been in hot water this week thanks to comments he made
Messenger Kids, Facebook's parent-controlled messaging app that lets kids
Mob lynchings triggered by false incendiary messages in India, WhatsApp's biggest market with more than 200 million users, led to authorities calling for steps to prevent the circulation of false texts and provocative content. In India, WhatsApp said it will also test a lower limit of five chats - individual or group chats - at a time and remove the quick forward button next to media messages. The move is likely to be a deterrent to mass forwarding of messages.
It’s been a bumpy summer so far for e-commerce company Shopify (NYSE:SHOP) as bulls and bears have clashed over whether the company is headed off a cliff or into the stratosphere. It’s rare to find an investment quite as polarizing as Shopify stock, and the opposing views make it difficult to decide which way to sway. Citron Research has criticized SHOP’s business model saying it’s no more than a mid-level marketing program (MLM) and doesn’t deserve the kind of praise it’s gotten.
Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg walked back comments that appeared to defend Holocaust deniers, after trying to explain how careful the social-media giant tries to be before kicking ...
Denying the Holocaust happened is probably OK on Facebook. Mark Zuckerberg's awkward and eyebrow-raising attempt this week to explain where Facebook draws the line illustrates the complexities social media platforms face as they take on the unwanted role of referee in this age of online misinformation, manipulation and hate speech. Facebook, with 2.2 billion users, disallows such things as nudity, the selling of guns, credible threats of violence, and direct attacks on people because of their race, sex or sexual orientation.
“If the Vietnamese government is coercing your companies to aid and abet censorship, this is an issue of concern that needs to be raised diplomatically and at the highest levels,” lawmakers said in the letter, Reuters reported. Facebook and Facebook-owned Instagram said they will more aggressively lock the accounts of users the firms suspect are younger than 13 years old, according to TechCrunch. The social media companies will freeze suspicious accounts and force users to offer proof, such as a government-issued photo ID, that they’re old enough to use the sites, TechCrunch reported.
Colloquially known as the dividend king, AT&T (NYSE:T) has more than earned that title thanks to 34 years of annual dividend raises. Through multiple boom-bust cycles, an unprecedented global banking crisis, and several military conflicts, the AT&T dividend yield has stayed true. With the telecom giant’s much-covered acquisition of Time Warner, several investors have questioned the viability of the AT&T dividend yield.
With the FAANG stocks accounting for a massive percentage of the S&P 500’s 2018 upside, it is not surprising that investors remain fond of technology exchange-traded funds (ETFs). The FAANG quintet, comprised of Facebook (NASDAQ:FB), Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) and Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG,NASDAQ:GOOGL), dominate the lineups of scores of tech ETFs and related funds.
Facebook, on next year’s earnings estimates, is barely at a market multiple,” Oakmark’s Bill Nygren says. "Netflix is adding 20 million subscribers this year that we believe are worth $1,000 per subscriber,” Nygren adds. Nygren joined Harris Associates, the investment advisor for Oakmark Funds, in 1983.
As tech companies continue to dominate Wall Street, with four now standing alone with valuations of more than $800 billion, gigantic growth is priced in and expected. All the drama is in the forecasts.
AMC is partnering with Facebook on a new ticketing venture that will allow U.S. moviegoers to buy tickets from the theater chain on the social-media platform.
Last Friday, 12 Russian agents were indicted for hacking and other efforts to interfere with the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Here's an update on how the tech giants' efforts to deal with the problem have gone, and how fake accounts could still haunt Facebook, Twitter and Instagram down the road. "We know we were slow to pick-up foreign interference in the 2016 US elections," Facebook's VP of advertising Rob Goldman wrote in an April blog post.
Internet stocks had a terrific first half of 2018, thanks to growing number of Internet users, improving speed & penetration, rapid adoption of 4G Volte technology, increasing demand for videos and proliferation of online retail.Source: Shutterstock
Telecommunication conglomerates are set to benefit from the removal of net neutrality laws. Discover three ETFs to gain exposure to these companies.
On July 11, Facebook (FB) stock generated a return of 30.4% in the trailing-12-month period, compared to 5.7% in the trailing-one-month period. However, it gained 5.1% in the trailing-five-day period.
Jul.19 -- Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg walked back comments that appeared to defend Holocaust deniers, after trying to explain how careful the social-media giant tries to be before kicking people off the social network. He ended up using as an example a group that garners little sympathy. Bloomberg's Sarah Frier reports on "Bloomberg Technology."