In the following video, senior technology analyst Eric Bleeker takes a look at Facebook's upcoming earnings on Tuesday night. Specifically, Eric drills in on investor pessimism surrounding the company after Google missed expectations. The segment of Google most applicable to Facebook, its display advertising business, actually saw better year-over-year revenue growth than the preceding quarter.
While Facebook could still come in with lighter-than-expected earnings tomorrow, the company's sell-off post-Google earnings looks based on suspect logic. To see Eric's full thoughts and a few more key areas to watch when Facebook reports tomorrow, watch the video.
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