Tag Archives: Initial public offering

Advice from a Non-Investor: Buy Twitter (UPDATE)

Update: With rumors swirling that the starting price may go up, we have changed our opinion and now believe that you should not buy Twitter in the beginning. I don’t own stock. I will never own stock. I don’t read the Wall Street Journal and I didn’t take a single business course in college. With
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Why Social Media is Becoming a Business of Its Own

As the worlds of Wall Street and Silicon Valley meet we will see many changes to social media. The prize for profitability remains unclear, however, this has not stopped tech companies from aspiring for a future public offering. In 2012 we witnessed the efforts of Facebook’s IPO and the conversation surrounding stock price. Today, Twitter
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The Facebook IPO Song

The folks over at American Hipster put together this spoof music video to commemorate last week’s Facebook IPO. Instead of Lil Wayne and Bruno Mars singing “Mirror”, they have Mark Zuckerberg and Sean Parker singing a similar song. It’s about as over-the-top as spoof videos can get without being offensive, but it’s worth the 4
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Will the Facebook IPO Skyrocket, then Plummet?

The buildup to the Facebook IPO scheduled for a week from now has been anything but boring. Even the boring parts are being blown up in ways that make them exciting, such as the media’s fascination with Mark Zuckerberg’s hoodie during his IPO roadshow. Long-term investors are starting to get the jitters based upon declarations
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