Description: Itâ€™s the dog days of summer, and Facebookâ€™s (FB) stock price is locked in the kennel. Investors are obsessing over everything thatâ€™s wrong with the social network. Mark Zuckerberg hasnâ€™t figured out how to make money on smartphones. Several million of its nearly 1 billion active accounts are duplicates, according to the company, and another few million may actually represent businesses or automated software botsâ€”or even pets. Employees will soon be free to sell their shares en masse. Top executives are leaving. And on and on.
Date: Aug 09, 2012
Questions for Discussions:
- Why has Facebook fallen so dramatically in value, according to the report?
- Do you believe it is justified?
- What would trigger investor interest?
- How risky is a purchase of Facebook today?