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Reuters Asks: How high will Facebook shares fly?

Friday, May 18, 2012 - 01:57

May 18 - Insider asks financial professionals how successful will the Initial Public Offering of Facebook be in the long term?

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-- -- And. We'd be making a great market in FaceBook and market cap but I think -- in my mind is such an 130. Billion dollars sound as -- -- -- going to be on the first drive if you are looking at this this company and the starts early in the long -- five. We think that there in the middle of I seeing a lot of -- he's not just advertising. Their valuation of the enthusiasm about FaceBook really requests are. A view that social media in general and had faced this particular. Are really in the sense taking over the Internet really almost becoming Internet. Number one thing for the company and mark as the founder. Has all this means to. Give the users. The best possible experience. Over the longer term it remains. Highly questionable as to whether or not. Face because they have to reconcile with the bombs of its customers but it's the -- and says its members with the demands of its clients. Fans in the appetizing. The goals of user experience of the goals of monetization. Are sometimes in conflict. And you can see that now on Google's where they have actually changed the experience of schools are in order to drive monetization -- other things. In ways that some people don't write as a big question after that kind of -- the profits to keep that sort of market -- putting is much much bigger questions over the -- to someplace. There is risk attached. People could grow tired of these people could start leaving a man that. You know that really is very there's outside risk for FaceBook I mean but it turns out to be. Essentially fads.

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Reuters Asks: How high will Facebook shares fly?

Friday, May 18, 2012 - 01:57