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Your Safe, Low-Cost Way to Play Facebook Stock This Summer

In just the past two weeks, Facebook Inc. stock has fallen from $242 down to $216, only to climb back again to $245. It's under a microscope right now, with around 800 companies – including giants like Coca-Cola Co., Hershey Co., Ford Motor Co., and Unilever NV – having "paused" their extensive ad buys.

The world's biggest social media site hosts around 2.6 billion active monthly users, so it's the ballpark all advertisers want to play in. Together, they paid Facebook almost $70 billion to do just that in 2019.

But those advertisers (or, more to the point, those advertisers' everyday customers) want Facebook to do more to police the content that appears on its site. So this "pause" in ad buying is really a de facto boycott.

Now, however you feel about Facebook's politics, if you're an investor, "boycott" is a scary word.

Advertising is Facebook's bread and butter, and when that all-important revenue stream is threatened, for any reason, all kinds of questions come up about Facebook's near-term value as a buy-and-hold stock. As my colleague, D.R. Barton, Jr., told you last week, though, there's still good reason to bet on FB for the long haul.

And as I'll show you today, the best way to make money on Facebook right now is to trade it.

The smart move is "renting" Facebook for a couple of cents on the dollar; that'll slash our risk and potentially put a cool $1,000 in our pockets toward the end of the summer.

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Should I Buy Facebook Stock Now?

Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) has been in the news this week as over 180 advertisers are boycotting the social media giant.

Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg triggered the exodus last week when he said his company won't monitor hate speech and violence on the platform.

The stock dropped 11% in the two trading days following dropouts from mega-cap companies like Verizon (NYSE: VZ), Unilever (NYSE: UN), Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO), and Starbucks (NYSE: SBUX).

Some analysts expect up to one third of Facebook's total advertisers will join the revolt.

So, what do you do if you own the stock? And is this correction a buying opportunity or time to steer clear?

During his Markets Live stream at 8:45 a.m. EDT this morning, Money Morning Technical Trading Specialist D.R. Barton, Jr., answered this exact question for his viewers...