Is Facebook Declining in value 2013?

Is Facebook declining in value 2013? This year is certainly make or break for Facebook. It certainly looks like Facebook are having problems getting back to it's stock launch height of $38.00 and will probably further decline than rise.
May 6, 2013 - PRLog -- Despite periodic stock increases, I personally think Facebook is on the decline and if it does not change its core business social model, it will starve of social oxygen and likes. Facebook must go down as the worst IPO despite achieving $38 per share, valued at $104 Billion in May 2012.

Is Facebook an online Wall St stock game? Are savvy stock-brokers unaware of what is real or fake online to value any social platform or website over $100 Billion? This has to be a game - surely Wall St used Facebook to stock pump the global financial market, so punters would invest and again Wall St would experience a historical profitable day. Surely, bankers know what they are ding and most profits must be offshore and not deposited in EU or USA bank accounts.

But who win's and who loose's? Investor's have repeatedly lost out on Facebook shares and if Video become's the online platform and future social media currency, Facebook look's likely to decline further in daily usage rate's as it is difficult for anyone to write and watch a video all at the same time. Yet, kudos to Facebook cashing-out with an IPO - but long-term investors never forget and the world watches daily to see if one can deliver or face declining shares. Whatever happens Facebook is on the watch-list of the world and time is running out for Facebook performance.

Can Facebook survive the present and future online world?

Mobile app and advertising appears to be the new business model for Facebook, as users demand it mobile app and social above Internet only social today. "Mobile advertising helped Facebook boost its first-quarter profit by 58 per cent from a year ago to $US217 million ($212.08 million) and to lift revenues beyond market forecasts." [Source: ] So with such mobile app increases how can one predict or conclude Facebook is on the decline? This is insanity! Facebook will ultimately decline if it cannot compete or make Video it's core business model, distributed via multimedia or multiple platforms such as mobile, app, web, tablets and online social media channels. Right now it's mobile, mobile, mobile success for Facebook, so let's see if Facebook will drive video, mobile or its news feed as it's core ad business throughout 2013-14.

If this online report is anything to go by Facebook commercials simply suck. Mark Zuckerberg appears to have as much acting skills and energy as a Thanksgiving Turkey. Further, Citigroup are one among many seeking compensation for a sham Wall St offering and value of Facebook stocks.

Facebook certainly needs some arsenal or winning formula's and 'search' sounds like a great idea. I think Facebook or Amazon could do some real damage to Google, BING & Yahoo if it were to aggressively enter global search with over a billion users. I wonder, what took Facebook so long? With over 1 Billion users why would you ever leave them to search for or with anyone else?  

Google is the global GIANT of the online arena and not even Facebook can touch Google unless it first masters 'global search', so if Facebook desires to rise worldwide it now needs a winning formula today.

The present and future online world looks rough for Facebook, as it will take nothing less than a global winning formula for Facebook to escape the fate of MySpace. Which these days acts and looks as if MySpace now belongs to the U.S. Government than Justin Timberlake.

Whatever the outcome Facebook certainly has work to do. Let's hope Zuckerberg has a pleasant surprise for it's shareholders and not more decline in value. To see what video can do for investors of the Internet go to:

Have a great day.
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