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    Anyone here planning on getting any of this IPO?

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    I've been wondering the same thing myself. I'm sure it'll have a lot of volume, but who knows which way it'll go.

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    Worth taking a look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Websman View Post
    I've been wondering the same thing myself. I'm sure it'll have a lot of volume, but who knows which way it'll go.
    I do. Down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jiesen View Post
    I do. Down!
    Jiesen,
    I don't think so. The initial offering will be a very low % of shares. Hard to get and almost sure to be a good investment, in the short term.

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    I say down. Facebook founder to sell a chunk of his shares to cover a projected $1Billion tax that he owes. There are reports that he will excerise his options allowing him to buy 6cents per share and resell it to cover the tax.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wooish View Post
    I say down. Facebook founder to sell a chunk of his shares to cover a projected $1Billion tax that he owes. There are reports that he will excerise his options allowing him to buy 6cents per share and resell it to cover the tax.
    Can you imagine having a $1 billion tax bill? I mean we could imagine it, but it wouldn't get much further than that.

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