Category: Financial Markets

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Facebook Advertising Revenue | What Analysts Are (Really) Missing

Rosenblatt Securities’ Brian Blair and Bloomberg’s Cory Johnson break down Facebook’s first-quarter earnings report on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg) In my opinion: This Bloomberg video celebrates Facebook as a big winner after their Q1 earnings report. The title of the video is “what analysts are missing”. What analysts...

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Facebook Q4 Earnings: Not Everything That Shines Is Gold – What To Consider When Evaluating

Facebook reported Q4 earnings and the numbers were great! Consequently, the stock price surged. Everyone invested in the company is smiling and some of those that are not, are not so happy. Don’t be sad, if you are not invested, not everything that shines is Gold! Here is why: The...

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Venture Capital Investment: Start-Ups That Have Reached $1 Billion In Value

This infographic shows a list of global start-ups that have reached $1 Billion in value. Keep in mind, not by worth of business (revenue, profit), but by Venture Capital firm investment. The discussion is on, on whether some of these companies can still be called start-ups, after being around for...

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Crowdfunding For Small Business: Which Type To Use? – Infographic

Over the past few years small businesses have been on the short end of the stick when it comes to financing needs. After the financial crisis banks weren’t in a positions to hand out loans, they themselves needed capital. More recently, crowdfunding became a popular method for small businesses to...

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Investing: Small Investors Should Not Be Invested In Facebook And Twitter

Some of you might be huge social media fans and with that believe Facebook and Twitter are awesome companies to invest in. While I agree with the awesomeness in social media, I don’t agree that the hype around the two stocks is justified. And here is why: Facebook and Twitter...