FB Stock Trending Lower, But Its Still Not Low Enough To Buy

Shares of social media giant Facebook Inc. (FB) hit the market in May through one of the most highly anticipated pump and dump IPOs of all time. Since it’s debut, the “can’t miss” stock has so far failed to live up to the hype with FB stock falling from $38 per share to under $20, $19.82, in recent sessions. Since its now at ...

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The Biggest Ever Pump and Dump: Facebook Inc.’s FB Stock

Facebook Inc. (Nasdaq: FB) stock is well on its way to becoming the penny stock we said it should be after options trading began on what is the biggest pump and dump the stock market has ever witnessed. Facebook started the day behind the 8-ball with a lower open from Friday’s close before dropping -$3.07, -9.62% to close at ...

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Could Shares in Facebook (FB) Become a Penny Stock?

Don’t laugh because one of the daily volume leaders, Bank of America Corp. (NYSE: BAC) stock price dropped below $5 a share back in December of last year to $4.91. So, with no juice on the IPO debut and a drop in share price on the first true trading ...

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Here’s a Stock IZEA to Buy: Fcuk the Facebook (FB) IPO

Shares in companies who make money off of Facebook like IZEA Holdings Inc. (OTC PINK: IZEA) are surging before the IPO of FB stock launches. IZEA stock traded 2.6 million shares on Friday, reaching as high as $0.70 before closing up 27.72% at $0.645. IZEA stock price has gained as much as 288% since its low on ...

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Facebook IPO: SNAP Interactive (STVI) Stock Is Cheaper

When is the Facebook IPO? How can I buy shares in Facebook? How much is Facebook stock? Why? Why? Why? Zuckerberg has been running around New York in his “hoody”, refiling once again the Facebook S-1 to adjust for lowered revenues estimates due to increased mobile phone use. Apps that feed the social giant, like Zynga (Nasdaq: ZNGA), are a much ...

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Facebook Finally Announces IPO Hoping To “Like” $5 Billion

Facebook made a much-anticipated status update Wednesday: The Internet social network is going public eight years after its computer-hacking CEO Mark Zuckerberg started the service at Harvard University.

That means anyone with the right amount of cash will be able to own part of a Silicon Valley icon that quickly transformed from dorm-room startup to cultural touchstone.

If its initial public offering of stock makes enough friends on Wall Street, Facebook will probably ...

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Jim Rogers On Facebook and The IPO

Jim Rogers, the outspoken proponent of the free market and CEO/Chairman of Rogers Holdings, said yesterday he wouldn’t be a buyer of the highly anticipated Facebook stock simply because it would be too expensive. Jim Rogers is a widely followed investor and publisher of several books on investing whose insight has proven itself as he and Billionaire investor George ...

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