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Should You Buy Facebook (FB) Stocks From India?

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November 11, 2020

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Facebook continues to be the #1 social media website across the globe. Facebook rules the roost even though there are multiple social media platforms that offer a host of benefits & features today. In fact, Facebook dwarfs its main competitors like Twitter in terms of both active users (2.7 billion Vs 310 million) and market capitalization ($794 billion Vs $31 billion).


Because of a strong business model & the core idea of the platform, Facebook’s stock is thriving even when the economy is still recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic. But should you buy Facebook stocks? Is this a stock that can deliver better returns than other US Stocks? Let’s take a look at some facts to understand whether FB stocks can work for your portfolio. 



The Facebook Stock (FB) At A Glance


  • Stock Name: Facebook, Inc. (FB)
  • Share Price: $278.77*
  • Market Cap: $794.018 billion
  • Beta: 1.09 (Risky)
  • P/E Ratio: 32.00 (High)
  • 52 Week Low: $137.10 
  • 52 Week High: $304.67


7 Benefits Of Buying The Facebook Stock


  1. Consistent user growth implies better ad revenue & profits for FB.
  2. Impressive revenue growth: 22% year over year.
  3. Growth in earnings per share: $2.71 from $2.12.
  4. The launch of Oculus Quest 2 VR headset.
  5. Growth of WhatsApp & Instagram.
  6. Foray into international markets with investments in Reliance Jio and others.


Note: Historical performance does not guarantee future success. Please consult a Cube Wealth Coach or enroll for our US Advisory Service, before investing your hard-earned money into any stocks.

Cons of Buying Facebook Stock


  1. Negative media attention.
  2. Data breach concerns.
  3. Little to no growth in DAUs in the US & Canada.


How To Buy Facebook Stock From India?


The Cube Wealth App allows Indian investors to invest in US Stocks in 2 different ways. You can invest in the best US stocks such as FB, Amazon, Apple, Google, Tesla, and more from the comforts of your home on your own or buy stocks based on world-class advice from an award-winning advisor, Rick Holbrook. If you’re a DIY investor looking to diversify your portfolio with US stock investments, you can start investing with an amount as low as $750 on the Cube Wealth app.


But before you buy any international stock, it is important to know whether the stock or the investment itself is suitable for your needs or portfolio. You can have a conversation with a Cube Wealth Coach to know whether US stocks can help your portfolio.


Should You Buy Facebook Stock?


The historical growth of FB stocks suggests that it can give potentially high returns over the long term. But whether or not you should invest in it depends on factors such as your risk appetite, investment goals, financial health, and more.


To get a better idea of your risk profile and if you should buy a FB stock, speak to a Cube Wealth Coach or download the Cube Wealth app today.  


*Note: All facts & figures are as of 10-11-2020. While we update our blogs regularly, check out the Cube Wealth app for detailed facts & figures.


Shriram Shekhar
Shriram is a Consultant at CubeWealth. He has developed cutting edge IT products for over 2 years before turning to his passion for the written word. His love for philosophy, developing products, and empowering people through quality content is what got him to CubeWealth.

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