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Facebook (FB +2.3%) is closing higher after Wedge Partners argues the company's closely-watched...

Facebook (FB +2.3%) is closing higher after Wedge Partners argues the company's closely-watched mobile ad business is "near a positive inflection [point]." Facebook has been scrambling to roll out new mobile ad formats as PC usage slips in the U.S. and other markets thanks in large part to growing mobile use - mobile Sponsored Stories has been the company's biggest success on this front. Today, Facebook officially launched its mobile app download ad product. (also)
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  • rephinbar
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    One more last minute attempt to pump up the stock before the inevitable lock up expiration tsunami and earnings release.
    17 Oct 2012, 04:16 PM Reply Like
  • Deja Vu
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    Wedge Partners attempting to give retail investors a wedgie...
    17 Oct 2012, 07:02 PM Reply Like
  • prophetofprofits
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    who remembers how FB shares reacted for Q2 earnings and the previous share lock up. October, NOVEMBER, and December will dilute the shares big time
    18 Oct 2012, 01:03 AM Reply Like
  • scabalqu
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    WEDGIE Partners is doing what do they do best -- give everyone useless information to try to pump up their losing stocks.

     

    Another reason to sell and stay away from Facebook.

     

    LOL.
    17 Oct 2012, 08:34 PM Reply Like
  • TrojanRay
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    Agree with Rephinbar.... that and they're probably trying to toast the $20 optioners set to expire at the end of this week.
    18 Oct 2012, 01:33 AM Reply Like
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