Facebook made “zero dollars” in 2011 on mobile ads, Steiman told the E-Commerce Times. Yet it posted $250 million in mobile revenue in Q3 2012.
“That is a huge move for any company,” Steiman said. “They will continue to gain traction as more users flock to mobile devices for all their needs.”
Steiman is making a fairly large bet on Facebook this year: It now accounts for more than 10% of the total holdings in Undervalued Opportunities, and is a top 5 position.
You can see his full interview with the E-Commerce Times here.
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