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Opie & Anthony Listening Thread- 5-18-2012- Wat- no one at 6:16am? Part 2

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Waddup, my niggas.

IMO, whomever buys Facebook stock, is going to be a rich mofo no matter what the "pros" say.. don't they think that maybe these same pros who are saying negative shit, are stock piling?? .. like.. literally?
 

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Waddup, my niggas.

IMO, whomever buys Facebook stock, is going to be a rich mofo no matter what the "pros" say.. don't they think that maybe these same pros who are saying negative shit, are stock piling?? .. like.. literally?


you can buy some purely as a gamble at the ipo price of $38, buy some and then when it goes up cash it out
be subject to short term capitol gains tax

I wouldn't buy any of it, I stay away from any stocks that don't actually make something and don't pay dividends

I predict in the short term (less than 1 year) FaceBook is going to be a loser
 

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you can buy some purely as a gamble at the ipo price of $38, buy some and then when it goes up cash it out
be subject to short term capitol gains tax

I wouldn't buy any of it, I stay away from any stocks that don't actually make something and don't pay dividends

I predict in the short term (less than 1 year) FaceBook is going to be a loser
I don't see nearly as many people using Facebook as when I first signed up. My news feed is mostly populated entirely by News, Organizations, and bands. Barely anyone posts anything anymore.
 

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I don't see nearly as many people using Facebook as when I first signed up. My news feed is mostly populated entirely by News, Organizations, and bands. Barely anyone posts anything anymore.

It just dosen't have the potential longevity as google, there will be some money to be made in the short term, but that's about it - I'm staying away, and I'm probably buying today, although I don't think the market has hit the floor yet, this who Greece & Spain thing is going to last a few more days
 

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It just dosen't have the potential longevity as google, there will be some money to be made in the short term, but that's about it - I'm staying away, and I'm probably buying today, although I don't think the market has hit the floor yet, this who Greece & Spain thing is going to last a few more days
Speaking of Google, I was passed that I just found out about their new storage pricing. It jumped like 1200%.
 

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It just dosen't have the potential longevity as google, there will be some money to be made in the short term, but that's about it - I'm staying away
I wonder how long Facebook will last. Recently I have been listening to a bunch of Uninformed shows with Burr and Derosa. A bunch of times Bill Burr mentions how great MySpace is. These episodes were from 2007, 2008? Look how far MySpace has fallen in that amount of time.
 
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I wonder how long Facebook will last. Recently I have been listening to a bunch of Uninformed shows with Burr and Derosa. A bunch of times Bill Burr mentions how great MySpace is. These episodes were from 2007, 2008? Look how far MySpace has fallen in that amount of time.
Myspace fell because of Facebook. Facebook won't fall until something better comes along. Google + failed at it. Twitter and similar sites aren't the same.
 
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