Plenty of Blame to Share for Faulty Facebook IPO: Ritholtz

Category: IPOs, Video

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One Response to “Plenty of Blame to Share for Faulty Facebook IPO”

  1. BEAUTIFUL! Well said…

    It’s always seemed obvious to me. Various forms of peer-to-peer transaction (cause that’s what facebook is… essentially a collection of P2P techniques for sharing pictures, messages and other content, etc) are here to stay… but whether any single ‘host’ offering what are cheap-to-offer capabilities can hold dominance is questionable.

    Ultimately these all should be seen and operated as low margin utilities… (you know, like how banking used to be seen).

    And the ‘attention economy’ is growing saturated with advertising and people are rebelling…. there’s only so far you can push that revenue model…