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Dropping Facebook Shares Reflective of Decreasing Popularity?

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 41yrs • F •
Dropping Facebook Shares Reflective of Decreasing Popularity?
Was just reading this article about Facebook shares hitting a record low:


And what I'd like to know is are such share fluctuations a result of the fickle market, or does it mean Facebook is becoming less popular with it's users?

What do you think the longevity of Facebook will be - is it going to be around for another 10 years or ..? What are your thoughts?

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 34yrs • M •
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I generally grown to dislike social medias... so I rejoice in the falling of Facebook.

Although.. then I realize, that by falling it just means that Zuckerberg and the rest of the top people at FB will only have like... 1-2 bil dollars less than what they had in shares initially... so they still are worth in the double digit billions... which means FB will be around for a looong time. Unless there is a massive scandal.

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