Facebook stock not for small pocketbooks
When Facebook stocks begin trading on the market—most likely this Friday—Wall Street hotshots and ordinary folks will be clamoring to get in on the action. Don't worry if you don't have a broker and a fancy investment portfolio because there are plenty of companies more
Buying one share of a stock will not lead to extensive financial gains or losses, but for those interested in a collectible from Facebook's Friday initial public offering, the social network will issue paper stock certificates,
This morning Facebook filed an 8-A form with the Securities and Exchange Commission, which indicated that it has received approval from the NASDAQ stock exchange to offer its shares to the public. The brief filing reads in
By Emil Protalinski | May 14, 2012, 8:21am PDT Summary: Facebook is expected to go public this week and start trading under the “FB” ticker at a price range between $28 and $35. The SEC has approved the company's stock for trading on the Nasdaq.
The company will receive about 53 percent of the total, before expenses, and the rest will go to existing shareholders such as CEO and cofounder Mark Zuckerberg, who will sell 30.2 million shares to cover taxes on other Facebook stock rewards.