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Jim Cramer suspects Facebook's (FB +3.2%) reported guidance leak to analysts is the result of...

Jim Cramer suspects Facebook's (FB +3.2%) reported guidance leak to analysts is the result of its May numbers being "really bad." His reasoning: Facebook is seeing a rapid shift in user activity from PCs to mobile devices, and mobile monetization remains very limited for now. (more on FB)
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  • remurraymd
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    We agree but thimk (FB) over time has the business and will monetize a la twitter and many others who do fine in this area. They have a loyal base of 1 billion and will make great acquires like Karma recently.Lots of short term headwinds the key will be to get a great entry on pullbacks probably after lock up when the 500 employee forced tax selling will come in 90 days.Our spec of the year for 2012 as (GOOG) was in 2005.
    24 May 2012, 06:35 AM Reply Like
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