So when the IPO happened and it was clear there was no immediate POP, my first impression was "wow, they priced it at the maximum selling price" and then "this is good for facebook, bad for speculators?". So with Cuban's recent post I'm glad to hear someone I respect for his "call a spade a spade" philosophy speak on it.
Specifically, what are the longterm outlooks for the stock and what does that mean?
I believe facebook-as-infrastructure is the end point and if so, then it will rest at some low (by comparison) price, generating earnings from some ads yes, but from other services that are built on top of the social graph. And in that case the best use of the stock to investors is for dividends.