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Here’s Why Increased Spending Is a Good Thing for Facebook Inc Stock

FB's increased spending should help the company cement its place as a social media leader

Last week, social media titan Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) released an outstanding third quarter earnings report but instead of the pop you might expect when a company reports both top- and bottom-line growth far beyond expectations, FB stock made its way lower, as investors focused on management’s 2018 guidance. More specifically, they were caught up on the fact that expenses are expected to rise significantly in the year to come.

What’s the Big Deal?

Worries about Facebook’s 2018 spending plans aren’t completely unfounded. Management said the upcoming year is set to be a “significant investment year,” with operating expenses increasing somewhere between 45% and 60% compared to 2017. Capital expenditures are also predicted to double in 2018. Even more concerning to traders is the fact that the budget hasn’t been finalized yet — so those figures could get even higher.

A Necessary Evil

The thing about FB’s decision to make 2018 an “investment year” is that it’s necessary and, therefore, I think the firm is making a good choice to be proactive rather than reactive. We’ve seen Facebook struggle to play catchup against Snap Inc. (NYSE:SNAP) this year, as it added several new features to its Instagram platform to mimic what users value on Snapchat. That strategy has been working to retain users and even rope in new ones — but it’s time FB truly focused on getting out in front.

The firm is planning to invest heavily in its “long-term initiatives around augmented and virtual reality, AI and connectivity,” all three of which are huge growth opportunities that will cement FB’s place in the future of the tech space.

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