All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Facebook Stocks’

Mark Cuban Admits He Lost Money on Facebook

On the eve of Facebook’s big IPO, Mark Cuban predicted that the public offering could be the “most important” in history – but not for the reasons you might think. Cuban thought brand excitement would bring in retail investors who wouldn’t read the prospectus, and would then be chewed up by high frequency/algorithmic traders, who would “attack this stock like …

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Facebook Says “No” to Paper Stock Certificates

Those collectors who were hoping to frame their paper stock certificate for their Facebook shares are out of luck. According to AllFacebook, Facebook has changed its mind and will not be offering paper stock certificates, even as a collectible. GiveAShare.com will, however, offer collectors a certificate that is similar to an official one, with statements from Facebook’s transfer agent showing …

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Facebook Co-Founder Makes Excuses for Renouncing US Citizenship

As we reported on friday, Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin has renounced his United States citizenship which he has held since 1998. Saverin moved to the US from Brazil in 1992 and met the now the famous social network creator, Mark Zuckerberg during his days at Harvard. According to the 2012 film, the Social Network, Eduardo contributed a great deal to …

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Facebook Sets Stock Prices for IPO: $28-$35/ Share

Facebook just released their pricing for the upcoming IPO. The shares will sell between $28 and $35 per share. Revealed today in their SEC regulatory filing, the company seeks to sell 337.4 billion shares, which could make the social networking giant as much as $13.6 billion. Sounds pretty okay to me. It also puts Facebook in the position of being …

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