Is this the Beginning of Facebook's Great Characteristics of Great Investors 1 day ago   19:07

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Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) and PayPal (NASDAQ: PYPL) both delivered earnings reports this week, and both surprised the pundits. Facebook, it turns out, has been shaking off the negative chatter -- and the higher expenses involved in upgrading its security and content governance. Revenues grew by 30% year over year, it beat expectations on profits, and Wall Street responded by rewarding the stock with its biggest post earnings pop in three years. At PayPal, by contrast, profits fell 6%, and its expenses grew faster than revenue.

In this MarketFoolery podcast, host Chris Hill and senior analyst Jim Mueller take a deeper look into what’s going on with both of these companies, and talk about the points that investors should really be paying attention to beyond the headlines. They also discuss a pair of unsettling C-suite moves at Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) and Intel (NASDAQ: INTC).
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mike vic
Don't buy Facebook stocks Facebook is a disease ... spelling garbage to people you piece of shits.
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