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Hidden Growth Makes Facebook A Buy

|Includes: Facebook (FB)

The rate of gross revenue growth trumps all other variables in

stock performance. Once a company reaches the first inflection

point of the inverted S curve that is so often talked about in garage

to Wall Street tech companies, it is off to the races. Facebook

has now reached about 50% of its ultimate subscriber base. There

is another major growth phase yet to come which will eventually

peak at about 2 billion users worldwide. When that is combined

with amount of advertising dollars that are out there(of which

they have effectively none at present),it is easy to see why early

hype regarding FB could become so inflated. (See Chapter 23 of my

latest book ,"The Millionaire Manual."

Sentiment is a secondary and much more short term force which

can drive prices much lower. Since the negative attitude is now

prevalent the astute investor can now average into FB and

accomplish what everyone says that they want to but very few

ever do. (Buy Low and Sell High).

Disclosure: I am long FB, AAPL, GOOG, F, AMT, CLF.