Facebook stock finishes flat in debut
People were chatting about the initial public offering of stock. The word was out, especially on Twitter and Facebook. As some Merrimack Valley residents dreamed about buying the stock and becoming rich, others said it was a risky investment venture.
Here's the story: Angel investor and all-around web magnate Chris Sacca wrote a quick tweet early yesterday about how it'd be cool if there was a website where people could predict where Facebook's stock will end up at the
The Facebook IPOcalypse continues, free falling first, now barely recovering. We don't know if it's going to be the most successful opening IPO in history but, right now, it seems they may have broken the record for the fastest
Facebook goes public Friday. It could be worth well over $100 billion dollars. Want to get a piece of that? It's going to be very tricky for mere mortals to get Facebook stock in the IPO. If you want shares, here's what you have to
Basically, DataSift notes, every time the volume of negative chatter on Twitter increased, Facebook's stock price dropped within 20 minutes. “So if people had traded based on signals today to buy/sell Facebook stock,” the