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Facebook IPO is a game changer.

May 20, 2012

Here are a few firsts that make Facebook a goldmine for investors like me who use a new behavioral analysis:

The IPO price of $38 stayed the same on the first day of trading. That means that more issued shares were sold on the first day than in the whole of history. That means that more millionaires and billionaires were created on the first day – as intended. The underwriters and Zukerberg smartly calculated the offering price. Genius!

The Volume of shares exchanged was the highest ever on a first day. That means that demand for IPO shares was the highest in history.  that means participation in the future will be high enough to boost share price nicely in the long run.

For me as a small investor, the above analysis provided a unique opportunity to buy at close to IPO price, the first time ever. That means that this investment is almost risk-free in the long run

Ali Welshi, as far as I am concern, was the only commentator that got his analysis right. Small investors were misled on the first day by most other commentators. Big investors cashed in. This could happen only because investors have not heard of my books and my new behavioral analysis system.  And, even those who followed my blogs and websites didn’t understand that behavioral investing has finally replaced classical investing for good! Facebook is a game changer.

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5 Comments leave one →
  1. May 22, 2012 3:01 pm

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    • May 28, 2012 2:56 am

      I am 76 and retired. Thank you for the confidence. I will continue to write as long as I benefit people. You can also find me on Facebook, LinkIn and Behavior Economics forums. My views lead to the good life but they are usually not accepted because I break “sacred rules” that don’t work.

  2. June 3, 2012 6:44 am

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    • June 5, 2012 7:30 am

      Thank you for the confidence. My books are awesome but difficult to understand because the rules of making money for the middle class are different than the rules of making money in general. For example, I subscribe to a process called “stacking down and up.” Right now I am stacking down with FB. Why? Because FB is going down looking for its Piagetian “reversibility” point. So, as you see, my economic rules and concepts are psychological and out of the thinking box of the middle class. I do not believe in intelligent gambling!

    • August 10, 2012 10:40 am

      Thank you.

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