Do you think Facebook Stock will be as good as Google's in the future?
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No chance. It will be good, but no as googles, because google is government sponsored and it has a much wider scope than facebook. Facebook is very, very small compared to google. It doesn`t mean that facebook will be not big in the future, but to compare it to google its like compare one apple to whole tree
Social networks tend to come and go. Yes, FB has been one of the "long lasting" ones, but nevertheless, they all have a tendency to come and go. At one point, nobody thought Myspace would go...and now it's a bit of a joke.
That being said,... I believe stocks will fall one day, along with FB.
To contradict my own statement above, though, I admit i'm not 100% sure. FB has implemented itself in most websites, allowing users to comment on articles using their FB ID. Sites like RottenTomatoes and others in the big leagues use this method. This is a very smart strategy that might keep FB alive for years if not decades to come.
The stock will be good. I dont think it will overtake Google.
I don't Facebook stock will fare well since social media sites are fickle, and FB's users may well migrate to the next "cool" site. Google's stock should continue to thrive since Google provides many tools that help people be productive.
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