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  1. Friendable Inc.’s (OTC Pink: FDBL), Transformation from Debt to Equity Financing – Roadmap for Growth in 2017 Friendable, Inc. (OTC Pink: FDBL), is currently in discussions with high net worth individual investors and investment bankers who have the ability to assist with the transformation of debt into equity and with a capital raise that will produce up to 15 months of working capital, which is exactly what the Company needs to build value for our loyal shareholders. See the full press release here: http://emerginggrowth.com/friendable-otc-pink-fdbl-provides-shareholder-update/ As the Company enters a pivotal 2017, management believes its restructuring of the Company’s current debt, as well as a simultaneous significant capital raise is the best path forward to achieve continued organic user growth of the Friendable app, new product roll out, and monetization testing in several areas of the business. Robert A. Rositano Jr., Friendable, Inc. CEO stated, “We believe a $3-million-dollar financing with no debt will give the Company up to 15 months of operating capital that will allow the Friendable app, and soon Fan Pass Live, to deliver accelerated growth in a marketplace that has emerged as one of the most rapidly growing sectors; live streaming video.” Friendable, Inc. (OTC Pink: FDBL) has invested heavily over the last several months to ensure Fan Pass (http://www.fanpasslive.com and http://www.fanpass.live) is Robust, user-friendly and appealing to their target audience. Fan Pass, http://www.fanpasslive.com and http://www.fanpass.live, is designed to provide performing artists and celebrities with the opportunity to broadcast live, exclusive, uncut, and uncensored content to subscribers of their channel in real time. Upon its release, the platform will enable a unique and powerful connection between performing artists, athletes, celebrities, agents and their existing base of social media followers and fans by providing real-time access to events that would typically only be experienced by insiders, or individuals with VIP, on-location access. Robert A. Rositano Jr., Friendable, Inc. CEO, stated, “The Fan Pass brand is expected to capture the essence of this new category of live, interactive broadcasting and the power of leveraging exclusive, premium content with an existing base of social media followers and fans. We believe Fan Pass, by coupling existing connections between millions of loyal social media users and the celebrities they follow with a platform to access live, engaging and exclusive content, will be uniquely positioned to develop recurring monthly revenue streams for both the company and the celebrities.” Fan Pass is expected to feature exclusive, uncut and uncensored video streaming of celebrity events such as recording studio sessions, behind-the-scenes action on music video sets, special interviews and backstage access before, during or after events to provide the ultimate fan experience. Friendable’s path to revenue with Fan Pass includes monetizing social media fans and followers of celebrities through a multi-level subscription based platform. Friendable, Inc. (OTC Pink: FDBL is looking forward to a strong conversion rate, as each celebrity or artist will be required to market their Broadcaster channel to their social media fans and followers, further, generating subscription revenue based on conversion. Celebrities that Friendable has had previous or existing relationships with have, upwards of 20-50 million social media followers. Austin Mahone, a singer / songwriter that Friendable, Inc. (OTC Pink: FDBL) has worked with previously has 13 million fans on Facebook alone. If he were to convert only 2% of them with a revenue sharing monthly subscription of $1.99, that alone, would generate over $500,000.00 per month. Friendable, Inc. (OTC Pink: FDBL) is working to secure commitments from celebrity artists as they move closer to launch and will announce these commitments as they are received. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg has stated that he is “obsessed” with live streaming. Could this be what pushes Friendable, Inc. (OTC Pink: FDBL) over the top? Could they be the next social media takeover candidate? Disclosure: All information contained herein as well as on the EmergingGrowth.com website is obtained from sources believed to be reliable but not guaranteed to be accurate or all-inclusive. All material is for informational purposes only, is only the opinion of EmergingGrowth.com and should not be construed as an offer or solicitation to buy or sell securities. The information may include certain forward-looking statements, which may be affected by unforeseen circumstances and / or certain risks. This report is not without bias. EmergingGrowth.com has motivation by means of either self-marketing or EmergingGrowth.com has been compensated by or for a company or companies discussed in this article. Full details about which can be found in our full disclosure, which can be found here, http://www.emerginggrowth.com/disclosure-3325/. 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  2. The last trading day of 2016, the stock market is in a shopping environment. So keep an eye on the movement of stocks you can secure your investment. Investment Advisory Company present 5 stocks which are in news Aiteedisi- ITDC is scheduled to be listed on the NSE today Aurobindo Pharma company from USFDA for generic Munjri got two. Fainenshiyl- India India Financial Credit Suisse Neutral on T Fainens- Harsh Mariwala L & T will buy 46,000 shares Shriram Tronsport- private investment of Rs 75 crore through NCD distributed Stock Future Tips: BUY HINDALCO FUTURE ABOVE 156.00 Target1- 156.90 Target2- 158.30 StopLoss- 154.10.
  3. MOST ACTIVE STOCKS (IN VALUE) COMPANY NAME LTP PRE. CLOSE CHANGE (Rs) VALUE (Rs) CHANGE (%) HDFC 1218.95 1236.80 -1.55 67938.27 -1.44 SUNTV 491.00 436.70 -16.10 55307.59 12.43 TATAMOTORS 439.3 432.90 617.75 35853.31 1.48 MARUTI 5216.10 5068.10 -201.10 29786.55 2.92 TCS 2188.50 2221.85 -32.95 24632.08 -1.50 Market highlights India Grid Trust files DRHP with SEBI for Rs 2650 cr IPO Crompton down 9% as Pauwels Spaco deal date extends for 2nd time . SAIL's debt at Rs 35,144 crore on dearer coal, low realisation 1.34 per cent of GDP spent on high education: Government Cairn India lines up Rs 30,000 crore to add 1 lakh barrels per day of oil Get day to day Free Stock Tips, stock cash premium service after complete analysis of market trends,, to watch call give missed call at toll free no. 18003157801 Daily Stock Market Updates, visit Stock Cash Premium blog
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  5. Investors are dumping Facebook's stock, spooked by slowing revenue growth, the lack of a financial outlook and plans to spend more money in the coming months. Are they right? Only if they are thinking in the short term. Investors can expect Facebook's stock to be volatile for a few years. But analysts say those willing to wait will likely be rewarded—someday. "I view it as a tomorrow stock," says Christian Bertelsen, chief investment officer at wealth management firm Global Financial Private Capital. "The whole thing on Facebook is, look, if your time horizon is hourly, weekly or even monthly, this is not the stock for you," he adds. "You need to take a much longer-term view on it." That's about three or four years, he says. Founded in CEO Mark Zuckerberg's Harvard dorm room in 2004, Facebook was a product of the PC era. Now, in the age of mobile computing, a growing number of people are accessing Facebook through their iPhones, Android gadgets and tablet computers. Yet Facebook is only now starting to figure out how to make money from its mobile audience. "The company is going through an almost painful transition from desktop to mobile," Baird analyst Colin Sebastian says. He calls Facebook "a speculative investment", but one with plenty of potential. "With almost one billion users, Facebook is amassing the most comprehensive user profile database in existence," Sebastian says. This, he adds, offers a "significant opportunity" to reap a big chunk of the global advertising market, which is currently at $500 billion a year. "Amazon comes to mind immediately," Bertelsen says. After that company went public in 1997, at the time mainly just an online bookstore, critics were quick to cry dot-com bust, call its business a broken, and so on. Today, it is the world's biggest online retailer, selling everything from DVDs to vacuum cleaners to Web storage. "Now they are the retailer to the world," he adds. Amazon.com Inc.'s stock price grew to more than $200 a share, from less than $2. Of course, Facebook has started out much higher, at $38. Facebook's first earnings report since its rocky initial public offering on May 18 was the second coming that didn't quite materialize. So investors sent Facebook's stock to its lowest level ever on Friday. Shares fell $3.14, or nearly 12 per cent, to close at $23.71 after hitting $22.28 in the morning. The previous low was $25.52, reached on June 6. The stock dropped despite the fact that Facebook's second-quarter results met Wall Street's expectations, with revenue one-third higher than last year. Given the rocky economy and investors' heightened sensitivity to a stock's value, betting on a company becomes a "show-me story" for many of them, Sebastian says. That means investors want proof rather than Facebook's word that it can grow its revenue and make a profit. Facebook, for now, is more of a tell-me story, one whose success or failure will play out in the coming quarters, or even years. The company hasn't shown all it can do. Its revenue growth slowed. The company's revenue nearly tripled in 2010, compared with 2009. In the first quarter of this year, revenue climbed 44 per cent, higher than the 32 per cent increase in the second quarter. Following in Google's footsteps, it did not offer financial guidance for the coming quarters, which makes it a riskier bet for investors. Facebook also said it plans to increase its investments in the coming quarters. Higher expenses could mean lower profits. Facebook, which is based in Menlo Park, California, was valued at $104 billion when it went public two months ago. That means investors placed a higher value on its stock than established companies such as McDonald's, Pepsi and even Amazon. With Facebook's stock hitting a new low on Friday, the company lost as much as 39 per cent of its value. It's now around $66 billion, a little more than 3M, the company that makes Scotch tapes, stethoscopes and sandpaper. It's also in the same range as American Express. Despite the doubts, Mike Magan of Carmel, Indiana, plans to keep the 10 shares he bought at $34.25 each a few days after Facebook went public. "I bought this thinking it was going to be something I was going to pass down to my kids," said Magan, who works for an industrial marketing firm. "I see this as a company that will be an Apple." Other stocks he owns include Apple, naturally, which he bought a decade ago. Back then, it was trading at around $8 to $10. Now, it's pushing $600 as the world's most valuable company, thanks to successes with the iPhone and the iPad—the same devices confounding Facebook. "My purchase of Facebook was a vote of confidence," Magan says, adding that he buys stock about every three to four years. Analysts are generally positive on Facebook. Of the 27 analyst ratings available from FactSet, 15 are "Buy" or equivalent, while just three are a "Sell". Analysts tend to have longer-term views of stocks than many day-to-day investors. "We don't view these results as dramatically good or bad," Citi analyst Mark Mahaney says. "Key questions remain: the future of Facebook mobile monetization and the future of Facebook user engagement." visit: Share Market Tips