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$332.14

$0.24 (0.07%) Today

Mentions (24Hr)

27

92.86% Today

Volume

$17M

Avg Volume

$18M

Market Cap

$923B

52 Week High

$384.33

52 Week Low

$252.72

Day High

$332.73

Day Low

$321.21

Previous Close

$326.48

7 Days Mentions

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RBLX: Monthly numbers next week!

FB buying metaverse COMMUNITIES!!

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Why are people underestimating the antitrust/legal issues companies like Meta are facing?

The Big Short Pt. 2

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Newbie requesting your advice

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DW acquisition or Bio-Nano

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Metaverse stocks for kid's investment . My head is spinning.....

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Top App Downloads Q4 Worldwide: Interesting to See FB and SNAP crushing it again

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$FB What's this taste like?

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Tony Xu…new Meta board member?

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Why Yesterday Was A Lot Of Fun . . .

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any under the radar small to mid-cap companies that you think will do well over the next 5, 10, 20, years?

Reddit IPO /FULL DD /So you think you know Reddit?

Reddit IPO /FULL DD /So you think you know Reddit?

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What are your thoughts on BRK.B and its $777B Market Cap (8th highest market cap)

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Did a self exercise today

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Undervalued metaverse plays? ATVI, EA, TTWO

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Doing ITM box spreads or Iron Condor on highly volatile stocks that are dated 4-5 months to expiry.

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Ahh now i understand if i buy puts!!! Calls will work lol

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Help to diversify! New with stocks.

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wifes bf is zoologist. he showed me some math. now we're FB friends. what a guy

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Okay honestly I need to know AMC opinions

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420 PT on FB, YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS

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DWAC/TMTG setting up a multi-billion pnd? Bigly yuge for your consideration.

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Thoughts on FB?

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Launching music video clip about top financial YouTubers. Need advice

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Year end wrap, Grade C+

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Putting 6k in my Roth this week and not sure what stocks to buy

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$wish - Long position Reversal 2022

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Will the Metaverse grow or will it flop?

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$wish 💎 Hands, Long thesis for 2022

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FB - META - Thoughts?

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PMCC on TQQQ - does it make sense?

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Why is YTD performance used to say a stock did great for year when you could be down 10% or more if you bought stock after January?

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Am I in??? This is after selling Moderna, FB and Square my $3k tax loss. I was the one licking the window on the short school bus apparently.

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My Four Horses AAPL, FB, TSLA and MSFT

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No brainer $FB metaverse trade

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Buying FB for the first time. They actually finally have path to profitability with Oculus/Meta

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Oculus App is currently No.1 on the App Store. VR is an Xmas hit. FB calls?

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Why I'm Long $FB & Look Past the FUD

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$BB settlement of patent infringement lawsuits - $ from Twitter and MobileIron

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$FB is severely undervalued.

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Meta (FB) is going to have big gains coming up, and it is best positioned to lead the Web3 innovations.

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FB 0DTE calls🤑

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Here is a Market Recap for today Thursday, Dec 23, 2021. Merry Christmas!

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Here is a Market Recap for today Thursday, Dec 23, 2021. Merry Christmas!

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Ultimate Guide to Selling Options Profitably PART 16 - Professional Trade Example (detailed walkthrough)

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Review: Tesla's one-year anniversary of joining S&P

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$Wish Once in a decade long💎

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Is FB a good buy right now?

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FB - is it going to tank hard?

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Reddit IPO Valuation

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Decoupling in S&P 500 Stocks

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any other growth stocks that would be good to add to my incredibly tech-heavy portfolio?

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FAANG IS NOT SAFE

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What are your 10 stocks for the year 2022.?

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Is GME still a go?

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Explosion yesterday at Danimer Scientific (DNMR) facility in Kentucky

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Explosion yesterday at Danimer Scientific (DNMR) facility in Kentucky

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FB Long Call exp Jan $2024- just bought at 7k, immediate drop to $6850 value. Can't wait for the next 2 years to drop to $0

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Triple Leveraged

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TQQQ Options Strategy for 2022

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Meta Platforms FB.... Undervalued

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Covered calls strategy

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Can I build massive wealth if I already have a lot of capital?

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when you long $TSLA $FB $AAPL

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Big Tech's Impact On 2021's Stock Market

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Controversial opinion: The metaverse is awesome

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RealDayTrading Bitches

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I will do organic facebook promotion, marketing any business in USA

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BABA PUTS UDATE

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SPY vs. individual stocks. All are up. Yet, people can lose money even if all stocks are up huge.

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Trading like a degenerate without the degenerate positions. Is this possible?

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How can a community coin like BitcoinZ perform?

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The Metaverse real players

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META ETF play for a poor waiter

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Here is my portfolio and I’m going to hold through all of this - any advice?

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Why is meta/fb down so much

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🔝 Don $BB 🔝 - Blackberry, The Holiday Gift For Your Portfolio

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FB outlook not great

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Are mutual funds a thing of the past?

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Working on a new platform

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What stocks/etfs on sale?

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Here is a Market for today Wednesday, Dec 1, 2021

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Here is a Market Recap for today Wednesday, Dec 1, 2021. Please enjoy!

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Meta Platforms will moon after the ticker change tomorrow.

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Protective Puts For My Long Stock Positions

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RH screwed up and lost my Facebook shares

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Got 1k to invest.

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FB OTM calls down though underlying price is up, no IV decrease either?

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Best AI Stocks

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Stock Advice

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Spent much of today taking advantage of "Black Friday sales"

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Hit me $BB 🍇 one more time! (Papa Chen about to close BlackBerry's billion dollar patent sale and launch Amazon IVY connected car)

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Was scrolling through FB and saw the post, at first glance my smooth brain thought the guy on the right side was Kenny G lol #HODL

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Interesting ideas for the impending METAVERSE explosion.

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FB: 10.11 AM EST @ 335.7 Monthly Chart resistance as volume weighted price line is above RSI Weekly chart too it's the same. Daily it's close to the resistance. However, in the 4 hour chart support from below, so if it breaks 333.5 it's best to square off and save your capital for a short trade.

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Why do some stocks with apparently strong fundamentals move sideways for years while others take off?

Mentions

the Metaverse ≠ Meta In fact, in like the most on brand Zuck fuckery he changed FBs name to Meta to basically make people associate the Metaverse with FB/Zuckerberg. The Metaverse will be using web3.0 and VR tech to create a more palpable digital world. Imagine you want to freshen up your wardrobe but don’t really wanna go to the mall (cause who does that?) or maybe you’re just a little self conscious about trying on clothes in public. You go to your favorite online store (just use J Crew for example) and you pick out a bunch of clothes that you want to try on. You can see them on you, how they fit, and choose what you like or dont all without having to strip in and out of outfits for an hour. Add to a cart, make your purchase, and your clothes will be on your doorstep in 2 days time

Mentions:#FB

It’s definitely overrated nowadays. I bought the diversification headlines to branch out from my wins with FB and MSFT and found myself with flat gains or losses from DIS and JNJ, both respectable companies. Go with your gut.

AAPL and FB are my biggest two positions. I think I will be fine if either of them wins in this space.

Mentions:#AAPL#FB

AMZN, FB, GOOG, MSFT, ADBE, INTC, AMD, NVDA (if price corrects to more reasonable level or earnings grow)

Great, former coworker has COVID and is not doing well but apparently all the high school dropouts he works with are medical experts giving him advice on FB including telling him he should leave the hospital because they are just trying to kill him 🤔

Mentions:#FB

No bc FB threatening to take over their world.

Mentions:#FB

I hate ukpoors with passion. It seems like whenever these europoors need some extra pocket change, they fine some US tech company. This time they fining because FB abused market data and had unfair T&C. Isn't that its bread and butter? To get data, create anonymous profile and sell it to advertisers.

Mentions:#FB

It seems like whenever these europoors need some extra pocket change, they fine some US tech company. This time they fining because FB abused market data and had unfair T&C. Isn't that its bread and butter? To get data, create anonymous profile and sell it to advertisers.

Mentions:#FB

He was one of the first employees FB hired in a VP level role several years before IPO. Just basically won the SV lottery. He was at AOL before.

Mentions:#FB#SV

Good. Hope FB goes under.

Mentions:#FB

So 400 FB calls got it

Mentions:#FB

What if you aren't the target audience for them? They are targeting kids with these to play video games on. They are eating it up like mad, and FB/Meta is investing tens of millions of dollars into marketing it around the WORLD. There is absolute value with the Metaverse in the future - just as there is with web3 and cryptocurrencies - even if we can't see it yet. I also will aim to be away from it because I don't really care about the Metaverse or whatever virtual crap is going to happen, but I do believe younger generations are future consumers, and they are consuming digital content more than ever before and this has become their lifestyle, as opposed to a fad or trend like 3d TVs.

Mentions:#FB

Google "US fines Amazon/Twitter/FB" And most of the results come back with "EU fines..." "UK fines..." And quite a few for Ireland and Italy.

Mentions:#FB

Pretty soon after his viral rant when I read what he did at FB… he’s only confirmed it since then

Mentions:#FB

The cost of running a website compared to the R&D, manufacturing, global supply chains, logistics and shipping, and physical space requirements of a physical product like an oculus are multiple orders of magnitude apart. FB isn’t going to be able to give away free oculus’s to everyone and still profit from pure ad revenue.

Mentions:#FB

It's pretty obvious what FB/Meta is going for here. "Metaverse" is a pretty generic term (like "Internet" I guess) but Zuck really really wants to own it. For those who have been following VR evolution, it's been pretty clear what Zuck has been going for ever since he scooped up Oculus for $2.3b in 2014.

Mentions:#FB

I guess that Farmville was success for them (and main cash cow in the beginning), but I agree that there needs to be ecosystem or platform to succeed. FB might end up like Nokia if they can't find edge (who knows, maybe even Neuralink could provide better product partnering whit some good game company).

Mentions:#FB

Yeah Nokia released a phone with the same/similar technical specs as the iPhone a few months after iPhone but didn’t have the infrastructure or understanding of how customers want to use it. Nokia lacked the insight/analytics of what customers want from that kind of device. It wasn’t a technological leap as such, everyone generally has access to the same technology these days, what sets some companies apart is understanding how their customers want to use that tech. If Meta/FB can come to the right conclusions with their data then it could be successful.

Mentions:#FB

The Quest 2, Oculus latest hardware release from Oct 2020, has already shipped 10 million units. Compare that to the 13.5 million PS5s and 7 million Xbox Series X sold, that isn’t too shabby. The biggest weakness is continual growth and on-going revenue. Sony won’t stop until it reaches 100+ million PS5s units as they aim for market saturation, adding to the 100+ million PS4s out in the wild. Xbox doesn’t try to reach total market saturation, but Microsoft just sees the Xbox as one more facet in their already complex market mix, and Microsoft have the ongoing revenue of Xbox Game Pass which will continue to shape game sales. Both console makers also make a 20%-30% cut on digital sales on their platforms. The Oculus can’t compete on that scale. It’s hard to see Oculus reach 100+ million units, it doesn’t have an extensive library as PlayStation or Xbox, no ‘killer apps’ or exclusives to drive sales, and can’t afford to run a network like Game Pass. Doesn’t help that PlayStation also has a VR platform for people who only want to focus on VR gaming. So the Metaverse is the only logical driver for Meta/FB and Oculus to aim for.

Mentions:#FB

Ease of use, better UI, and Facebook/Meta’s marketing power & budget. Meta/FB is currently the biggest player in mainstream VR tech, and lots of the lessons they’ve learned is directly being rolled into the metaverse. It’s also a no brainer that Meta/FB has been gleaning terebytes worth of analytical data from their Oculus Rift hardware out in the wild being used by the public. These are all resources that Second Life only had a fraction of.

Mentions:#FB

You could likely make more buying furniture at the thrift store and reselling on FB market. Maybe not couches though, not too many people will pay much money for a used couch lol

Mentions:#FB

Idk why that guy got so personal about it lol. But do you also not have Instagram/Whatsapp? I think it's basically impossible for most people to completely disconnect from the Facebook ecosystem because there's usually 1 of 3 that they will use. The only reason I still have facebook is for sites that require login. I don't want to login with gmail or give my email out because they will spam me constantly. I figure as long as I have whatsapp/Insta, I may as well keep FB for the signups and avoiding spam email.

Mentions:#FB

I flip couches on FB market place. Huge profits little work involved, people pay additional $$$ for them if a non working toaster is included for an additional $

Mentions:#FB

Can't believe no one here has said Jeff Green of The Trade Desk (TTD) yet. Guy is an absolute baller. Originally worked for a different silicon valley company and left to start The Trade Desk. He's said things in earnings calls like "We're having our iPhone moment." But the thing is... his words aren't as much hyperbole as they seem. The guy delivers. Time and again. I've been saying for a while that I think TTD will be up in the ranks of AAPL, GOOGL, FB & AMZN one day. I still stand by that statement. Solid ROE. Solid Growth. Solid up-side. Almost zero LT debt (can use this later to lever/multiple returns). What's not to love? The reason: the AI they are building for programmatic buy-side advertising is only getting stronger each day. Because they started so early, their AI continues to learn and get stronger, leaving competitors in the dust. When Google and others started talking about doing away with third-party cookies, Jeff Green said "EFF it, we'll create our own tracking technology." And so Unified ID 2.0 was born. The real kicker... China hasn't even been tapped yet. Can you imagine what Jeff Green is going to do with a $150 billion programmatic advertising market?

AMD investors finna get paid though. No matter how dumb an idea this is, FB is gonna build servers for it for real. 🤑

Mentions:#AMD#FB

Dude was an early FB employee that became a billionaire thru sheer luck. To say anything else is doing a massive disservice to how he became rich. Afterwards he's just been pushing shitty SPACs and it's clear that he was no visionary. Compare this with the [Paypal Mafia](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PayPal_Mafia), and you can truly see what companies had strong cultures versus massive luck.

Mentions:#FB

I thought MLK day was just a FB holiday. Like VJ or VE day

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Incorrect. There are actually many social media sites that serve as “alternatives” to FB and many Ecom retailers that are technically “alternatives” to Amazon

Mentions:#FB

> Spy beat majority of hedge funds over last year and over 10 years is even worse... why fight it? Why fight it? Because historically, the return is more like 12 percent annually or something like that right? Why not put all your money in six different companies like GOOG, MSFT, NVDA, FB, AMD & ADBE. I think those 6 companies combined will outperform the Spy 9 out of 10 years

I expect a LOT of repositioning going into FOMC on the 24th and 25th. One "twitter analyst" is calling for a reverse head and shoulders on FB. Def keeping an eye on that and tech in general for a lil rebound. Ranges should tighten going into FOMC. SPY has already begun this process and should kang around $465. $472ish for breakout, $458ish for breakdown.

Mentions:#FB#SPY

Ready player one is what everyone thinks of when they hear metaverse, normal VR games are not the metaverse, you should also note that saying FB should have a higher price because of oculus is incorrect, they are most likely taking a loss on the product currently

Mentions:#FB

Fb has a huge regulatory risk. I own and love my quest 2 but I really don't believe FB will be the ones that give us the snowcrash metaverse. I do take your points on valuation, but when it comes to ai, graphics or crypto loads, NVDA is gold and everything else is silver at best.

Mentions:#FB#NVDA

I work in the semiconductor industry, and I can tell you that Nvidia is easily the most overrated stock in this industry which is impressive because the the industry as a whole is overhyped and over bought because Covid pushed the demand for computing to a sky high level. Also, from a financial standpoint, their valuation makes absolutely no sense. Why buy a stock that is 4x-5x its fair value when you can get much cheaper stocks like FB who are also big into the Metaverse and AI?

Mentions:#FB

This ties with the analysis that I've been doing on user counts and market cap/share price for Twitter and FB. Twitter has about 400M users with market cap of 32B. So for 100M users that would be 8B or an equivalent DWAC price of about $215. Assuming 200M users or 16B market cap that would put it in the 430 range. My real hope is that by May we have at least 100M users on Truth Social....but if we could make 200M that would be AMAZING!...and it's totally doable. Personally I have 3 private email accounts - I plan to register all 3 :)

Mentions:#FB#DWAC

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PYPL and AMZN and META PayPal has come down a lot recently and based on growth at a 20%+ clip for the next five years it’s selling at an attractive price. And fortunately for PayPal as it gets larger and larger the moat does too, if PayPal is offered as part of checkout the likelihood of checkout occurring is 80-85%, if only credit card is offered it drops to 50-55%. Describing the main moat. Amazon, I mean it’s cloud business is going to continue to grow in double digits and likely 20%+ for another decade based on current cloud space projections. They are also best in breed. FB or META - Business speaks for itself, no oculus growth priced in or future projects that involve the meta

Mentions:#PYPL#AMZN#FB

If only they had been right. Here we are though, FB, Tik-Tok, Snap Chat, Instagram, Twitter, the absolute worst of society. Vain, validation seeking, good for nothing but global ego stroking.

Mentions:#FB

Here’s 2 growth stocks that aren’t tech.. $RICK - they own and operate stripclubs. They buy out regional mom and pops with cheap debt and get them growth revenue immediately. It’s a roll up strategy that’s working. Also, they have a division that competes with hooters called bombshells. It’s also growth almost 40-50% yoy in that segment. Higher alcohol sales. Sub $1b market cap. EBIDTA and cashflow positive. Watch them grow revenue like wildfire when omicron peaks and we official enter the end of the pandemic. $XPEL- paint protection film wrapping. They manufacture and buy out mom and pop shops and distributors that also do car wrapping. It’s a play on the mega trend that people are choosing to wrap their cars. Growth has been good even through the vehicle inventory shortage. Imagine the business when inventory returns. Their path to growth is international expansion and glass film business expansion, and regional inorganic growth roll up strategy. High PE, but decent EV/EBIDTA multiple at 40ish, forward multiple probs be closer to 25ish. I personally have a bigger allocation to GOOG/FB if I had to choose based on EV/EBIDTA… but I do like their business model and it’s uniquely a network business they built. Ask around the car wrapping shops. Almost everyone uses XPEL.

I don't think people are underestimating the legal/anti trust issues. The reality if that Meta is a phenomenal business that benefits from both inflation and amazing contribution margins. The value of another ad click on FB or Instagram is that basically 100% goes straight to the bottom line. Although I think the opportunity is even bigger in the companies working to solve for climate change. Look what ENPH has done since IPO, there are multiple companies pursuing problems in climate tech of a similar scale https://medium.datadriveninvestor.com/breakthrough-that-could-reverse-climate-change-with-scaling-investments-800e617ff334

Mentions:#FB#ENPH

yeah, I actually like Karp but hate Thiel. Thiel is easily one of the most overrated tech “visionary” out there. Image being a core part of the rise of Silicon Valley only to have largely missed out on several of its most promising investments. He got lucky with FB and squandered so many opportunities by being a self-billed contrarian only to have relatively little to show for it beyond doing blood transfusions from supple young boys.

Mentions:#FB

\>e.g. most people despise FB. Purely a product of what passes today as 'journalism'. \>You are making an unsound economic assumption, that we live in open system with unlimited environmental resources. Industrial capitalism is rapidly killing planet. No I'm not. Yes the coral reef will die, the biodiversity will continue to diminish, their will be strife and migration, etc etc. but... \> We have maybe 50 years. Until what? You actually believe that our systems of organization will stop, or that society will collapse? I don't see what your naive leftist ramblings have to do with social marketing and the metaverse- if anything the metaverse system will continue to generate more profit directly from all of you so-called activists who are addicted to the social game of virtue signaling.

Mentions:#FB

Continue to focus on tech. The big five is still the place to be in 2022. Google, Apple, Amazon, Microsft and FB. Still like Google the best of the group. It is still really cheap with a P/E of about 26. But growing like crazy without any end in site. Laster quarter grew top line by over 40% and bottom by over 60%. Google just has a massive runway to work with built on all their assets yet fully moentized.

Mentions:#FB

It will fly. Several catalyst near term. Patent sale is an example. Could be announced literally any day. This is after 3 year successful lawsuit / win over FB and then 1 year negotiation for a sale of related patents. About 4 months ago ultra non promotional CEO stated 80% chance it is done by end of November / Christmas. Just prior to Christmas CEO stated there will be an update in January and they were 'very close' , and both sides working hard to get it done. Months ago stated that both sides had agreed on price and DD was done (usually the main hurdles). Also IVY is being launched in a month. That is the 50/50 initiative with AWS/Amazon where all is 'executing to plan' . Platform facilitates Apps for the automobile and facilitates tapping the increasing amount of data coming from within cars. Lots of interest from auto manufactures and top suppliers to them. Bosch, BMW and dozens like them are working with IVIY and BB and showing serious interest.

Mentions:#FB#BB

Current positions: AMD shares (always and forever) META etf shares MU shares MU 105c 6/17 FB 375c 6/17 MSFT 340c Jan, 2023

Current positions: AMD shares (always and forever) META etf shares MU shares MU 105c 6/17 FB 375c 6/17 MSFT 340c Jan, 2023

NVDA...3-4 years ago TSLA....just after COVID initially hit the market /a few months before the split CRM....3-4 years ago SQ....3-4 years ago FB....is my longest held (probably over 10 years ago?). I used to own 100 shares, but panicked when it was first revealed they sold their users information. MSFT & AAPL just over a year ago My losers were bought about a year ago (during last year's meme craze). Those returns are just luck. I just so happened to accidently buy the right stock at the right time. It is as easy as finding a good company that generates a positive net income and is growing. (there are many out there). Then buy them and hold forever. My losers are just as incredible. I need to learn how to get rid of my losers way sooner.

Semis (esp. semi equip stocks like KLAC), China (cheap af now; sorry, I don't buy the fear mongering BS), EV growth via MP and the like needed by all of them rather than incredibly overpriced EV stocks who will all be competing against each other in mass this coming year. Also, I'm calling it now: FB will be one of the top performing large caps. Ridiculously cheap here. As with Chinese stocks, the fear mongering BS out there is way overdone.

Mentions:#KLAC#MP#FB

Sounds like you 'do your research' on FB.

Mentions:#FB

Yessir, Google/FB are setup for a monster year

Mentions:#FB

FB mkt cap next , nom nom

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You are making an unsound economic assumption, that we live in open system with unlimited environmental resources. Industrial capitalism is rapidly killing planet. We have maybe 50 years. Short term there is push back, social groups treat behavior that is undesirable accordingly. e.g. most people despise FB.

Mentions:#FB

**My largest dollar amount winners:** NVDA....invested $7641 (201 shares), worth $54,229 TSLA....invested $6900 (50 shares), worth $52480 **My largest dollar amount losers which also happen to be my 2nd & 4th largest dollar amounts invested (ugh!):** PLTR....invested $13,862 (400 shares), worth $6404 PSFE....invested $9189 (550 shares), worth $2068 **My other winners** AAPL....invested $12,421 (100 shares), worth $17, 415 FB...invested $3360 (51 shares), worth $16,926 MSFT....invested $9296 (50 shares), worth $15,680 CRM....invested $6,698 (48 shares), worth $11,100 SQ....invested $2100 (56 shares), worth $7464 I own 11 other stocks of which 8-9 are losers (about $28K worth of unrealized losses)

QQQ is still highest, I’m a an old school index fund guy and this is my conservative portfolio anchor. About 35-40%. I chose this over SPY about 10 yrs ago. AAPL and AMZN big holders on individual. They’ve done well and I still believe they are solid companies overall. FB/GOOG/NFLX: small holdings that I’ve trimmed back over the last 2-3 yrs. GOOG has surprised me recently but was traditionally a lagger to other fangs in my view MSFT: I always disliked them as a company and left this alone. But my investing side knows they are entrenched in business and making good money. About 10 other small holdings in a variety of other companies. Some to “test the water” as future larger holdings and some I thought I’d take a chance in. These have been hit or miss overall. I know I’m tech heavy but I work in the field and have always followed I should invest in what I know best. I used to dabble in odd stuff like consumer staples and pharma, but couldn’t tell you the difference about the companies and left.

If you're talking about faamg and friends then yes they are all earning X2 as much as before to justify their prices. Goog and FB actually derated. Aapl is expensive, none of them are crazy though, unlike thing like snow net etc which were trading at 100x sales

Mentions:#FB

\>Millennials and Genz are dropping FB for newer more current apps are you retarded. The only competition is TikTok and it's essentially reached it's peak. None of the competition is even remotely investing into the future (comparatively), and will therefore have no chance to compete.

Mentions:#FB

I, myself was unable to access my FB account from a couple of months before the Presidential election until a couple of moths past it. - No notices - just unable to log on - no type of pass recovery would work etc. etc. Suddenly, about Febuary, my sign on began working again - without any action on my part. Seems someone wanted me to not have a voice for that period of time. Seems, that later, they want the user base numbers back up again (perhaps when the 'threat' of my participation in debate and discussion is no longer a 'threat' to their perceived order). Seems they want it both ways - unable to use when deemed necessary yet to retain me as a user. So I will very happily scrap all participation there as TMTG and Rumble arise to replace them. Millions of others will, too.

Mentions:#FB

FB Leaps , Google Deep ITM $2000 Call Expires Sept…Nancy Pelosi Play

Mentions:#FB

>I am shocked that Moderna is at only 200 **This is very common with stock market** that market may price differently for a longer period. For example: FB came $37 as IPO, but went down to $17, but you the current status now. TSLA went to bankrupt stage and came back nicely. Do not look at market pricing, but do your DD any company fundamentals and buy at low, it is good for long term future. Read some nice books like "Accounting for value" by Stephen Penman, learn DCF...etc

Mentions:#FB#TSLA#DCF

Depends on if you want to overweight towards the biggest companies. Spy has everything everything that’s in QQQ, so a combination is equivalent to SPY with more emphasis on MSFT, AAPL, AMZN, GOOG, FB, TSLA, and a few others. I do this.

I think it will go down further. Next week I expect a pre-earnings build as usual, and then it is earnings week so as usual I would expect a large drop. FB likely closer to sub-300, MSFT probably ~280-290. I’d buy in there. The latter likely to rebound but FB will likely have more bad news if they restart the lawsuits from last year, tumbling to 265. At that point I would buy in. I’d say April-May we may start seeing an increase to neutral this year.

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I hope all my META shares become FB shares once that happens

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META etf changing ticker name to METV, FB probably gonna scoop up META

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This dude is actually head of product at FB. Rent is just really expensive..

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Young folks not on FB is a myth. They may not spend as much time as say middle age and boomer social media whores but their participation is probably near 100% because their family is there. At the end of the day, after all is said and done, family will always be more powerful than the friends on the popular apps. Their parents, grandparents, uncles, and aunts are likely on FB but odds are that none are on the other services. Further, a lot of less popular people announce stuff there as well. So smaller local artists, teachers, coaches, small businesses, etc generally use FB for announcements. Mind you I dont like FB. I mean... i log in there and 99% of what I see is (ironically) right wing political smut, boomers posting stupid mimes, and FB ads. But despite all that, it is still the best service for keeping connected because all the others are worse. The reason I still log in is because sometimes I get to see new pics of people I care about and sometimes someone posts something indicating their mental state. Maybe reaching out for help or just generally being happy, or overcoming a disease, etc. Thats why I am there. Well that and it would be a major pain to reconnect with the people on another service. Its not worth the trouble since I only log in maybe once or twice a month. So really its not a rotating fad. FB is the core of social media today. This is why they are in trouble with regulators. The rest are indeed fads but when all cards down, people go back to FB due to legacy (aka, adults exist there). You cant Peter Pan it forever.

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That's the clever thing FB did--they tied all the separate apps together in the back end for data sharing. FB said it would take years for them to be able to separate the code, and even then, the resulting standalone products would be far less effective with the integration with FB data. Basically, FB took advantage of the fact that anti-trust was asleep at the wheel when they bought IG, and tried to engineer the acquisition as an irreversible process. Whether that's true or not, remains to be seen. But if FB loses an anti-trust case, they can hold off on breaking things up for years, and if they want use a scorched earth policy to hobble the products upon separating them. Each company in the above link is about 75 pages, but well worth the read for anyone wanting to buy any of these companies. In short, each of them took very clever measures to protect their dominance.

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probably MSFT or FB

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I’d agree on GOOG, AMZN, and AAPL. With FB it seems a little more cut and paste considering these apps are already separate products with more or less separate teams working on them

This is how you know to long FB

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I do, but only when I'm not in FB jail...LOL

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Lot of FUD on the Wallstreetbets FB page, lots of shills.

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>\*FTC, STATES PROBE META'S OCULUS ON COMPETITION PRACTICES $FB ^\*Walter ^Bloomberg ^[@DeItaone](http://twitter.com/DeItaone) ^at ^2022-01-14 ^14:31:51 ^EST-0500

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I feel like I shouldn’t be up today but FB saved my port lol, hopefully we get a earnings run up.

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Why is FB so strong today?

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FB baby!!!

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The government anti-trust subcommittee wrote an interesting analysis of big tech, and the section on FB noted that they actively integrated their acquisitions so tightly into their code base that it's questionable if the company could be broken up on a technical level. Regardless, it's a very good detailed read of FB, GOOG, AMZN on AAPL. https://judiciary.house.gov/uploadedfiles/competition\_in\_digital\_markets.pdf

Even if the product proves itself as enduringly valuable to it’s seemingly niche user base, it’s even further off from proving itself as profitable. It’s conversation rate is abysmal, which is king in determining ad revenue. A big user base is nice, but it’s no guarantee Snap will find a way to profit off them. I see nothing from Snap that shows they have any way to adjust for this. When FB was at Snap’s users numbers (2010) they were bringing in $1B in profit off of $2B revenue. Snap is spending $3.5B to bring in $2.5B revenue, $1B loss obviously. Snap is buying users, plain and simple. Also note that it took FB only 6 years to get to these numbers but Snap is 9 years in.

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Given all of the kids I know that got Oculus for Christmas and love them, I'd say FB is much bigger.

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Theta killing me on FB

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FB and MSFT holding gains much better than AAPL

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FB May $420C

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Unknown, i know they are in the game as they bought that AR glasses company and insiders say they want to build on that tech for the next gen google glasses but apart from that it’s all unknown. AS for VR I’d say the play is FB until apple officially announces something.

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AAPL seems to be heading towards something AR-based, but it might be delayed until 2023 if you want to believe the recent reports. Don't see FB being the leader in this space.

Mentions:#AAPL#FB

AI I’m not sure who is in the lead, but FB literally changed their name to highlight their focus on VR.

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Is $GOOG a bigger player in AI and VR than $FB ?

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