Is Facebook the Next Great Growth Stock?

The following video is part of our nationally syndicated Motley Fool Money radio show, with host Chris Hill talking with Ron Gross, James Early and Charly Travers. One week after the Facebook IPO investors are split over the company's future. In this segment the guys analyze how Facebook's growth prospects compare to other companies and to what extent shareholders will share in the benefits.

Despite being the largest company to IPO, Facebook still has the challenge of creating new ways to make money off the hundreds of millions of people who populate the site. We've created a new report, "Forget Facebook -- Here's the Tech IPO You Should Be Buying," which details a much better social media stock that has a longer runway for growth than Facebook. The report won't be available forever, so click here to get access today -- it's totally free.

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