FB - Facebook or "Fuhgedda-Bout It?"

FB - Facebook or "Fuhgedda-Bout It?"

Cebu : Philippines | Jun 01, 2012 at 2:28 AM PDT
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Facebook will price its initial public offering (IPO) from $34 to $38 per share

Skooter reporting 06/01/12

Last two weeks ago, investors have been paying attention a lot to the Facebook IPO and the add-on high profile road show.

What do you mean by “road show”? Well, the road show is a planned set of meetings where the management team of the company going public, escorted by its investment bankers, shares the investment merits of its about-to-be traded stock and why you, the investor, should buy in on the IPO...

Gary Spivak, Techonology Analyst, will explain further how to profit from the Facebook IPO without buying Facebook.

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