Beware the Facebook IPO
A flood of shares could hit the market in 3 months.
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I HOPE THAT ONE DAY JUST LIKE XANGA, MYSPACE, ETC FACEBOOK FALLS INTO OBLIVION. FACEBOOK IS NOT GOOD PEOPLE, BUT HEY PEOPLE ARE TOO STUPID TO AKNOWLEDGE IT. DOWN WITH FACEBOOK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
No stock in FB for me. I refuse to support a company whose co-founder renounced their citizenship. (Saverin)
I can't believe you're saying that. Why, if not for Facebook, I would have no idea that my friend whom I last met in 1984 had just finished eating a tuna fish sandwich.
"Here are the important fundamental numbers. At a likely post-IPO market value of about $100 billion, the market is saying that every person with a Facebook page is worth about $100."
Thats funny, because facebook doesnt get any money from me. I dont click on stupid ads, I do play the stupid games. I only use it to send a message or keep up to date with friends. Nothing more.
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