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Lou Kerner, Founder of Social Internet Fund, discusses social networking sites and their ability to keep users engaged. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

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Inside Facebook’s latest quarterly results, with Lou Kerner, National Asset Management, and Max Wolff, GreenCrest Capital.

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On the third day of Facebook’s public trading, Lou Kerner spoke on Bloomberg TV, discussing the outlook for the company’s stock.

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In the wake of Facebook’s acquisition of Instagram, Lou Kerner recently hosted a conference call and published a new deck profiling the deal. Robert Scoble, Peter Relan and Vic Singh (whose slides are below), participated in the call.

To listen to a replay of the call, dial 888-632-8973, or 585-295-6791 (if outside the U.S.), The replay code is 599-456-76#

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Lou Kerner said Facebook’s IPO represents a divide between old guard and the new tech community. “The world’s never seen an IPO with as much global demand outside of Wall Street as there exists for Facebook,” Kerner said. “It can have a highly successful offering even if traditional, institutional investors are tepid.”

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Lou Kerner on Bloomberg TV

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The Social Internet

January 25, 2012

Share While I thoroughly enjoyed my time as a Wall Street analyst, compliance issues hampered my ability to blog on SecondShares.  Now that I’m back angel investing, I look forward to sharing thoughts and analysis on the social and mobile companies I refer to as “Social Internet” companies.  Just as the siloed internet companies disrupted [...]

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This Week In Private Shares Trading

May 10, 2011

Share The Facebook auction that took place on Wednesday cleared at a price of $31.25, flat versus last week, and implying a value of $77.2 billion. Facebook had traded at its high of $31.50 for four straight weeks, beginning on March 9th, before moving down slightly.  The high price of $31.50 implied a value of [...]

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This Week in Social Gaming

May 10, 2011

Share From the time we began tracking the social gaming sector in April 2010, the three largest developers in terms of aggregate MAUS have remained at the top.  Zynga has extended its lead growing users 7% since we began tracking in April 2010.  We also note, two weeks ago, John Schappert, left his position as [...]

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RENREN IPO 30 Times Oversubscribed

May 10, 2011

Share RENREN IPO 30 TIMES OVERSUBSCRIBED On Wednesday May 4, China-based social networking company Renren IPO’d to raise almost $750 million.  The IPO was priced at the high end of the range at $14 ($12 to $14), after the price range was revised 30% higher a week earlier due to high demand.   Renren’s net [...]

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