How wise would it be to buy stock in Facebook at the IPO?
lbloom 1 year ago
There has not been an IPO that has generated the same sort of buzz as Facebook in quite a while. Sure there was Zynga (or as I like to think of it, Pets.com-ville). Are the people jumping on the Facebook train getting on early for a long and profitable ride, or did they just buy tix on a trip to financial nowhere? I'm not looking for actual investing advice, I am just curious how other people view it.
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