Is Facebook Massively Undervalued?

Investor that bought Facebook must be asking their self why did I buy this stock again? The true is that Facebook has a massive potential to double their stock price over and over again.

But Facebook seem to be searching for the right direction. Exploring, before time runs out, what to do with the billions of user at their disposal? How to cash some serious money from them?

Facebook was a great idea, exciting, fun, and sociably interactive for those yearning their friends or for those with need for attention.

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But the company besides trying to improve their interface and phone-ability only offer some happy birthday apps. The company hasn’t really moved forward and is only tapping into a small range/percentage of consumer. As any great business, their consumer (users) continues to grow organically.

The company is not really affected by retail sales numbers, or consumer price index news, inflation or GDP, or any global economic event really. It is very “simple” and straight forward business. Connect your computer and join Facebook. Leave the rest to the company creativity and imagination.

If Facebook manage to realize that most internet user prefer use the internet as a source of information, then they could be heading into a gold mine. But that is Google’s business; it is also Yahoo’s, and all online newspaper fighting for a share of the online user. Giving them, as much, free, relevant and useful information, as possible.

If Facebook could think beyond social friend ship and go into business. Then it would be time to buy their stock.

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