Sticking My Neck Out for Facebook

Last May, I thought the Facebook (FB) naysayers were wrong. I confidently predicted the social network would soar to $60 a share after it went public. Boy was I wrong. I revisited my prediction in August and decided to double down. Since then, the stock is up about 47%. I'm sticking my neck out again. I believe Facebook will be one of the best-performing large-cap stocks of 2013.

Now that there's nothing left for investors to worry about -- the uncertainty of the election is over, nobody talks about Europe any longer and the fiscal cliff has been settled -- investors can turn their attention back to chasing growth. Facebook has tremendous revenue growth ahead of it and now is time to invest because once this stock gets going, it will be hard to catch. Why? I have five reasons....358 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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