Interested in the Facebook IPO? That's certainly understandable. Judging by the media's coverage of the event, you'd think we were quickly approaching the second coming. Still, Facebook does deserve its due credit for revolutionizing the concept of social networking. On the flip side, Facebook, especially at the prices investors will need to pay to get their hands on some shares, is anything but a sure thing. And it's that conundrum that led Fools to raise questions. We opened our TMF social feed to the Fool universe to take your questions, and our analysts responded. So without further ado, here's what our tech analyst thinks of buying Facebook on Day 1.
Facebook's pretty fairly characterized as an open book. The company has plenty of upside but also has its fair share of threats. However, our tech analyst thinks he's discovered one opportunity that makes Facebook look like MySpace. The find out which opportunity we're talking about, check out our free research report today.
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