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    1. Facebook has demonstrated an incredible resilience to competition. There are not that many companies that can argue they are the absolute number 1 in their industry, Facebook can rest assure that nobody doubts this!2. Due to their 1.3 billion daily users have allowed Facebook the ability to charge a premium for their targeted adverts, and it is one of the main revenue sources for this Social Media network.
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With a market cap of $527.85B and shares ranging the $180 on 2019, Facebook is the most known Social Media Network to date. It was founded in 2004 and they launched their IPO back in 2012. Currently it has seen a decrease of 10.86% for their quarter ended in April ?s 2019.Facebook shares trade on the Nasdaq exchange in the US and can be either purchased or traded in the form of CFDs. Having in mind that one of the most beneficial aspects of purchasing shares is the fact that investors can receive a dividend, Facebook might not be the best fit for you.

1. Facebook has seen itself involved several times with controversy over fake news and information breaches. As the giant they are, there are not that many limits they cannot cross, each of these quarrels will shake their Stock ?s price. 2. Even though Facebook has had some very successful acquisitions such as WhatsApp and Instagram, it has also had some that have not yet proved themselves worthy, such as Oculus. 3. We cannot but agree that Facebook is the King of Social Media Networks, but it is statistically true that this network is mainly actively used by Baby Boomers. Facebook has achieved to connect almost literally everyone that has internet, is there any danger that their target user is running out and their growth limited?

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