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Yes if I think it will make me money
Free, it won't. At least, not at first. When these things go public, the value always drops. Wait and see if it corrects and starts to gain again before you buy.
NoBS I never buy up pop , emotion , or hype . Only on research( a lot of research) That why I'm on the computer so much . But thank you .
After I watch it for awhile, I might, but not yet.
Who's got the money? I'm still trying to afford gas, my washer died and my well needs to be repaired. Not to mention the fact that GM thinks it doesn't pay to advertise on Facebook.
If you can not afford gas you have no business in stock . Just open a savings account or a 401 . and put 10% a week away.
Savings accounts pay no interest to speak of.
Facebook is over-hyped and is beginning to get bad press, which will affect their stock price.
Best bet is find a good stock broker for advice...or buy a software kit that can watch Freeatlast's keystrokes.
Thank You YAK But most of the time I work on a very secure Computer . But please do not take my advice ,do your own research that will cover your risk factor and how much you are willing to lose Good luck and may all your stocks go up .
25 more % and it may be a buy MAYBE
The big wigs already cashed out when the stock hit $45 / share. Those who invested tens of mils made they're money back while the laymen are stuck with the capital loss.
Zuckerburg and other CEO's also made a huge lump sum. Mark Z. made about $16B off of his shares on the first day of trading which as dropped to about $14B since. The fact is, he's $14B wealthier this week than he was last week.
Personally, I don't buy into hype. I tried telling family/friends this was a bubble. Facebook does not advertise well even though they're exposed to 900M daily users. You will see big changes to the website before they start turning the stock price around.
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