Why You Shouldn't Buy Facebook on Day 1
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The announcement of Facebook's eventual IPO sent the business world abuzz. The social media giant has in many ways already reached an iconic status, revolutionizing the ways in which people connect the world over. And while investors know its social implications and scope, its merit as an investment, especially one available to the general public, remains largely unproven. Listen on to find out whether Facebook looks like a sweet deal to the average investor.
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