Facebook Inc (FB)

neg -0.90
Today's Range: 93.12 - 94.17 | FB Avg Daily Volume: 33,762,700
Last Update: 10/06/15 - 10:59 AM EDT
Volume: 5,926,569
YTD Performance: 20.49%
Open: $94.08
Previous Close: $94.01
52 Week Range: $70.32 - $99.24
Oustanding Shares: 2,817,545,492
Market Cap: 208,053,942,225
6-Month Chart
TheStreet Ratings Grade for FB
Buy Hold Sell
A+ A A- B+ B B- C+ C C- D+ D D- E+ E E- F
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Analysts Ratings
Historical Rec Current 1 Mo. Ago 2 Mo. Ago 3 Mo. Ago
Strong Buy 24 23 23 22
Moderate Buy 4 4 4 3
Hold 2 2 2 2
Moderate Sell 0 0 0 0
Strong Sell 0 0 0 0
Mean Rec. 1.27 1.28 1.28 1.26
Latest Dividend: 0.00
Latest Dividend Yield: 0.00%
Dividend Ex-Date: 12/31/69
Price Earnings Ratio: 93.95
Price Earnings Comparisons:
FB Sector Avg. S&P 500
93.95 94.00 24.59
Price Performance History (%Change):
3 Mo 1 Yr 3 Y
7.70% 21.40% 349.59%
Revenue 58.40 2.36 0.49
Net Income 96.00 1.94 0.43
EPS 85.40 1.29 0.31
Earnings for FB:
Revenue 12.47B
Average Earnings Estimates
Qtr (09/15) Qtr (12/15) FY (12/15) FY (12/16)
Average Estimate $0.35 $0.46 $1.40 $2.01
Number of Analysts 11 11 11 11
High Estimate $0.38 $0.51 $1.47 $2.28
Low Estimate $0.31 $0.41 $1.26 $1.70
Prior Year $0.32 $0.32 $1.34 $1.40
Growth Rate (Year over Year) 9.94% 44.03% 4.55% 43.41%
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James "Rev Shark" DePorre

 | Oct 6, 2015 | 10:49 AM EDT

It's highly doubtful we will go straight up from here.


Antonia Oprita

 | Oct 6, 2015 | 5:30 AM EDT

And four other things you need to know now.


Cody Willard

 | Oct 5, 2015 | 2:30 PM EDT

There are some big-name winners, but this tide is lifting a number of boats.


Doug Kass

 | Oct 1, 2015 | 9:45 AM EDT
Another cause of concern this morning is the conspicuous weakness in the early going of the Nasdaq, led by the "FANGs" -- Facebook (FB), Apple (AAPL), Netflix (NFLX) and Google (GOOG, GOOGL).

Eric Jackson

 | Oct 1, 2015 | 5:52 AM EDT

The bulls are excited, but fundamental changes are needed.


Helene Meisler

 | Sep 29, 2015 | 8:00 PM EDT

When winners get sold, that's a sign we're getting somewhere.


Doug Kass

 | Sep 29, 2015 | 5:30 PM EDT
Frankly, I am getting more emboldened on the long side. Am I super confident? No, but I like the probabilities. The hardest trade is to get long in here. From my perch, the testing process of the August lows still remains in place, though Bobby Lang and others disagree with me on the subject. The market feels uncomfortable and the market is more volatile than a short stop batting .110, which are typically the conditions that exist when a painful selloff is nearly over. The "action" makes it hard to have confidence in the markets, and hard if not impossible to buy. This is a plus for resolution and a follow-up with base building, which remains my baseline expectations of an 1850-to-2025 range still seem as far as the eyes can see. Any optimism is now met by skepticism and/or disbelief -- and we have that in spades. Not a single technical analyst can be upbeat with these broken charts. Nearly everyone now expects a break down to the next "level" at around 1820. Watch the business shows -- many of the same bulls who got badly caught fully invested in the most overvalued areas of the market (biotech, social media, etc.) in the correction are now bearish or, worse, are not heard of. Those who are willing to express a view are adamant that stocks are going lower. One panelist on "Fast Money" just said with total confidence and no qualification that Facebook (FB) is a slam dunk under $90. Really? How can he be so certain? (Note: He was the most vociferous bull on biotech right at the top -- no contrition). The only certainty is the lack of certainty. Today I posted on why I was getting more near-term bullish and what variables I was watching.  Am I self-confident in view? No. How can one be?  But the conditions seem ripe for a period of base building ahead (1850-2025). I halfway differ with Jim "El Capitan" Cramer and his views expressed in "This Bear is More Like 2011 and Will Pass."  I think the balance of 2015 will look like 2011, but 2016 will not look like 2012. There has been too much technical damage and the fundamentals (economic and profit growth) are too wobbly. Moreover, valuations are not low enough to suggest another Bull Market leg with S&P earnings-per-share forecasts steadily declining, among other reasons. Crude inventories, reported after the close, were well above expectations and the price of oil has declined in the after-hours. I liked the action in the financials today. They bent but didn't break. I have moved my Apple (AAPL) short size from medium to small in today's weakness.  Net net, I expanded my l

Jim Cramer

 | Sep 29, 2015 | 3:02 PM EDT

That's the saving grace where there is so much to dislike.


Jim Cramer

 | Sep 29, 2015 | 2:25 PM EDT

Jim Cramer answered viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the Stock Exchange and said he's not assuaged by Glencore's (GLCNF) comments that it is 'operationally and financially robust.'


Dick Arms

 | Sep 29, 2015 | 7:00 AM EDT

There should be room for a tidy profit, so be ready.

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