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Facebook Advertisers Boycott, and You Make More Money

Social media giant Facebook Inc. is in hot water again.

This time, people are angry at the company's apparent refusal to take down hate speech, calls for violence, and other distasteful content from the network.

So far, more than 160 companies have signed up for the "Stop Hate for Profit" campaign, pledging to "pause" advertising on Facebook.

We're talking about big names like Ben & Jerry's, Coca-Cola, Hershey's, Honda, Levi Strauss, Starbucks, The North Face, Unilever, Verizon, and many more. All of these companies will not be buying Facebook ads in July, and some are going even further.

Since almost all of Facebook's $70 billion in revenue comes from advertising, this is hitting CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg right where it hurts.

Or at least, that's what we're being told.

As the advertising boycott really took off last Friday, Facebook stock dropped 8.32%. Zuckerberg himself lost about $7 billion in wealth because of it. Stock markets as a whole went down partly because of this.

But don't believe the hype. Facebook will not only survive this scandal; it will grow even bigger.

In fact, this is a great opportunity to buy the dip. Here's why… Full Story

In fact, this is a great opportunity to buy the dip. Here's why...

Dow Jones

Dow Jones Industrial Average Plunges Again Thursday After Trump Announces Travel Ban

The Dow Jones Industrial Average is down another 1,500 points on Thursday morning as it continues to plunge into a Bear Market.

U.S. stocks futures hit "limit down" for the second time this week.

Investors reacted negatively to a speech by President Trump last night that laid out plans to provide fiscal stimulus to the economy, but remained somewhat vague on specifics.

The core action – banning travel between the U.S. and Europe for 30 days – pummeled the European markets overnight.


Dow Jones

Why the Dow Jones Today Is Falling Despite a $30 Billion Sales Day for Alibaba

The Dow Jones today is heading for a rough open, with Dow futures down over 100 points this morning.

President Trump thwarted investor optimism on Friday when he said the U.S. wasn't ready to sign a trade deal with China.

Wall Street is anxious to see more specifics on the pending trade deal with China today.

But that's not all that will impact the Dow Jones on Monday.



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