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Old 4th December 2012, 08:16   #1
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Default Facebook Stock is Back on the Rise

Bouncing back from a low in August of $17.55, Facebook has made steady gains ever since and is looking to cross back over the $30 dollar mark. With the rise in stock, company net worth increases by the Billions…..not to mention Zuckerberg himself who happens to own 504 Million shares. November paycheck: $3.5 Billion. Facebook's stock is approaching $30 a share and analysts continue to raise their price targets for the stock on the potential to generate money from mobile ads and other revenue sources like the recently launched Gifts service.

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