@BajaArtists No way will their IPO be valued at $89.50. A third party sets the price facebook doesn’t. But I agree at the end of the week will be above $100, but then I feel the price will come back down again and fast.
@Outboundz I agree facebook doesn’t make or sell anything. Their revenue is based on selling advertisement space. The problem is that their revenue stream is based on subscriptions. If people start to hate that their information is being sold (like they are now) their subscriptions and traffic flow will decrease, hence facebook’s revenue will decrease and so will their stock value. Their stock beta will be to high to risky
Very interesting video I enjoyed it and I like how you made it simple. I think Facebook is a fad its going to die little by little. I keep seeing comparison of AOL (I don’t know much of it) as well as myspace. How they were up there and died. I am seeing Google dominating little by little they have more resources than facebook. Youtube, chrome, android, gmail you name it.
I sensed google were trying to make facebook irrelevant by forcing people to become members of “googbook” if you like.. they don’t want to try and buy over facebook..
I didn’t realise google searches were so advert based… but I can definitely see it sometimes when I am looking for something particular and can’t find it… the more advertising they sell the less relevant google becomes surely though- people will move to sites that provide the answer they are looking for..
would you just look at it
I say facebook starts trading at 89.50
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