Facebook Is Ready to Fight -- Are You Ready to Buy?
The following video is part of our "Motley Fool Conversations" series, in which research analyst Lyons George and industrials editor/analyst Isaac Pino discuss topics across the investing world.
As the dust settles on Facebook's controversial public offering, it's easy to forget what the social media giant really is: an agile, aggressive, and fiercely innovative company. In today's edition, Lyons and Isaac discuss what moves Facebook might be making to turn its mobile business from a problem to a performer. From minor moves (creating a Web browser) to major news (acquiring a smartphone manufacturer), you can bet on a lot more "updates" from our friends in Palo Alto. And with share prices continually flirting with new lows, now might just be the time to buy.
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