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McKayla Is Not Impressed with Facebook’s IPO

Aug 10, 2012
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McKayla Maroney, like a lot of investors and traders, is not impressed with what Mark Zuckerberg Facebook IPO. See more things that McKayla Maroney is not impressed

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As Facebook IPO Approached, the Stock of “Physicians Formula Holdings” Soared

Jun 7, 2012
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As Facebook IPO approached, "FACE" (stock of unrelated company Physicians Formula Holdings) jumped 22% & volume jumped 18x. How many times does it pay to be lucky rather than good? This is just brilliant on a number of different levels. First off, if you bought FACE instead of FB you'd be doing much better right now. Second, it shows the sort of desperation or eagerness of the public to jump on IPOs and in doing so made some rookie mistakes. Except in this case, if you made a mistake you got lucky.
From March 26th to May 3rd FACE had an average

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FACEBOOK IS HIRING!!!

Jun 1, 2012
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Duties: Facebook is seeking individuals male or female of any age to post pics, write status updates, like news stories, find old friends from high school, post links to products, like consumer brands they like, play mindless games, and just generally become addicted to staying on Facebook all day long emailing and chit chatting with with friends. Qualifications: A computer or a smart phone is helpful but there are plenty of public libraries that have computers you can use. Although you'll have to get to the library early so you can grab a computer and reserve it for the day.

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Morgan Stanley CEO: No Get Rich Quick Scheme with Facebook’s Stock Unless You Work at Facebook

Jun 1, 2012
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Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman defended his firms handling of the Facebook IPO and said investors or traders were naive to think they could get rich off a Facebook stock surge once it went public. He added, the only people who deserve to get rich off the IPO are Morgan Stanley and the people who created Facebook. He went on: This IPO wasn't for the crazy and stupid investors who jump on IPOs and expect to never work again. It's like those people who buy lottery tickets every single day thinking their going to win someday. Just because there's an

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Cramer Said Buy Morgan Stanely to Play Facebook IPO

May 29, 2012
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On par with Dick Bove's call on Morgan Stanley, when Bove said he'd buy it aggressively so he could buy a house in Spain, Jim Cramer said Morgan Stanley should be bought on the back of the Facebook IPO, saying it was "dirt cheap". That was on February 2nd, when Morgan Stanley (MS) was trading around $19.66 a share, it's now trading for around $13.46 a share. I guess it's even cheaper these days. And we all know how good that Facebook IPO was for everyone. Here's the call, notice the skepticism on the faces of his CNBC colleagues,

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Mark Cuban Just Wanted to Remind You How Rich He Is

May 29, 2012
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Mark Cuban, who bought 150,000 shares of Facebook with an average price of $32.49 just tweeted that he didn't notice the drop in Facebook's stock and he's not in the least worried about being down close to half a million on this "very small" investment - as of this writing with Facebook trading at around $29.11 he's down over $500,000. It's chump change the Shark Tank and Dallas Mavericks owner host implied. And then added, you see how much money I lost on the Lamar Odom Kardashian trade? He then went on to add how he's fearless

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Mark Cuban Bought 150,000 Facebook Shares

May 24, 2012
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Despite Facebook's poorly run IPO, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban took a flyer on $150,000 shares of Facebook for an average price of $32.49:
"And in the interest of disclosure I bought 150k shares of FB. 50k shares at 33, 50k shares at 31.97 and 50k shares around 32.50. Its a trade, not an investment. Kind of like buying a Mickey Mantle, a Hank Aaron and a Barry Bonds Rookie Card knowing there is a card show in town next week." (BlogMaverick)
I wonder how long he's going to hold on to the stock if it continues to

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The Most Interesting Financial Reporter in the World: Alistair Barr

May 23, 2012
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Alistair Barr doesn't wear suits or ties but polo shirts. Why should he have to wear a tie? And yes, that's chest hair climbing out of his shirt on TV. He doesn't cut his hair because it doesn't grow. It's been like that since he was born. Yes, he has an accent because he's not from your world. Yes, that's San Francisco's Golden Gate bridge in the background which he has sailed under and climbed to the top off because he had a day off. He once saved a surfer from a shark by hypnotizing it. He drinks absinthe

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Goldman Sachs Wins Again

May 23, 2012
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Everybody wanted in on the Facebook IPO. Every investment bank wanted a piece of the underwriting action. It was going to be the biggest IPO ever. It was going to lead to more business and huge profits - more exposure and attention for the investment bank that took the social network public. Yeah, that was all a dream. In the end it turned into a nightmare for the lead underwriter, Morgan Stanley. They've received nothing but negative attention and bad press which now may lead to investigations in how they ran the IPO. So who was wise and smart about the

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Henry Blodget Calling for SEC to Investigate Facebook Estimate Cut

May 22, 2012
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Yes, you read that right, Henry Blodget, who is banned from the securities industry, is calling for the SEC to investigate the underwriters of the Facebook IPO for supposedly cutting estimates before the stock even went public:
“The SEC has to look at this – it’s bizarre," says Blodget. How can you have an estimate cut in the middle of a road show and not have that communicated widely?” “I’m very curious to hear how this is going to be defended by Morgan Stanley [MS 13.628 0.438 (+3.32%) ] as well as Goldman Sachs and

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