Facebook's Buy Signal?

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CEO Mark Zuckerberg plans to hold his shares of Facebook for another year -- an unsurprising move coming from the founder of the tech giant. Since we're long-term investors here at the Fool, we'd expect that investors would hold their shares for a minimum of a year and respond with a bit of a shoulder shrug. Did you really expect him to sell anyway? However, it does provide some solace, given that other recently public tech companies such as Groupon and Zyngahave been absolutely slammed on insider sales recently. For more, watch the following video.

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