After a forgettable IPO experience, shares of Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) have been on a ridiculous tear, up almost 250% since September 2012. The company has made enormous strides in terms of monetizing its advertising platform, both on desktops and mobile devices.
A run like this is certainly reason for shareholders to celebrate, but could it also mean that it's time to take your profits and sell your shares? In the following video, Motley Fool contributor Brian Stoffel--a Facebook shareholder himself--asks that very question.
See why Brian is asking these questions, and what he thinks of the biggest arguments against holding shares of the social media giant.
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