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10/10/2012

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Calvin Brock

the subsequent collapse in Facebook's stock price, although painful for many Main Street investos, is well justified, and should not come as a surprise to anyone.

Eric

Very interesting article, it's good to have this information out there so that people are informed. Good job Tommy, a very educational site!

information arbitrage

Hi Tommy, I agree that mobile represents a key segment of Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB)’s business model, and the company expects it to be a high revenue earner because of the high number of people who use mobile.

Looking forward for more informative article from you, as usual

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