High profile flops don’t come much bigger than the flotation of website Facebook NASDAQ: FB. At its peak in the immediate aftermath of the Facebbok IPO, it was trading at $45. At the moment, it trades at just…
The technorati took me to task. So did Wall Street.
They were agitated by an article I wrote in May explaining why the world’s most hotly anticipated IPO, Facebook was worth a mere $7.50 a share at best.
On the heels of the Facebook IPO fiasco, many investors are wondering how they can find the next best thing and avoid getting “facebooked” in the process.
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Duh on you if you bought the Facebook IPO.
Double duh if you’re thinking of buying Facebook stock now that it’s fallen to $32 a share and lost $17.16 billion off its initial $104 billion valuation.
The company is…
I hope you didn’t buy shares of Facebook (Nasdaq: FB). The valuation was always too aggressive.
And increasing both the price and amount of Facebook stock at the last moment ensured that both underwriters and retail investors ended up…
Whatever you think of Facebook (our old pal, Dan Denning says Facebook“diminishes the quality of your thought…”) there’s no arguing it’s a great example of free market entrepreneurialism.
For an eight year old company, it has come a…
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