Zuckerberg sells 41.4 million Facebook shares for $2.3 billion

Is this massive sell off a sign of trouble behind the scenes at Facebook?

By John Vibes

(INTELLIHUB) — After experiencing some censorship issues, us at Intellihub have started paying close attention to what is going on behind the scenes at Facebook.

One theme that has been common in our research, is the idea that Facebook is in the midst of a decline, and that the social network will soon lose dominance, in favor of websites that offer a more secure, and censorship free platform.

Not only have there been market studies and mathematical models to show that the decline of Facebook is taking place, but there have also been some telltale signs in terms stock activity.

After just establishing the IPO less than two years ago, Founder Mark Zuckerberg just unloaded 41.4 million Facebook shares for $2.3 billion, ensuring that even if the stock price collapses, he will remain wealthy, Aljazeera reported.

According to many insider selling is a sign that a stock is overpriced, and that the insider seller is expecting some sort of crash or market correction for the stock in question.

Earlier this week we reported that a mathematical model was recently released, saying that Facebook will undergo a rapid decline in the coming years, losing 80% of its peak user base between 2015 and 2017.

 

Sources:

[1] The coming stock market collapse – Aljazeera

 

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VibesJG Vibes is an Intellihub.com investigative journalist, staff writer and editor. He is also the author of “Alchemy of the Modern Renaissance”, an 87 chapter e-book and is an artist with an established record label. Find him on his Facebook.
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