If it seems as if the Facebook news cycle has taken on a life of its own, well, that's because it effectively has. It's no secret Facebook has hit a rough patch this week, but in one possible bit of good news, the tech giant is looking at monetizing its mobile app so it becomes similar to Twitter. With the stock's price cut in half, large investors are beginning to buy into it. That's something for you Foolish investors to consider when making your next move. Watch the following video to hear about all the latest buzz surrounding the world's largest social network.
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