Facebook Stock Price Forecast 2022-2023

Facebook price started in 2022 at $336.35. Today, Facebook traded at $169.27, so the price decreased by -50% from the beginning of the year. The forecasted Facebook price at the end of 2022 is $249 - and the year to year change -26%.

Facebook Stock Forecast 2024-2028

These five years would bring a significant increase: Facebook price would move from $376 to $753, which is up 100%. Facebook will start 2024 at $376, then soar to $386 within the first six months of the year and finish 2024 at $422. That means +147% from today.

Facebook Stock Forecast 2029-2033

In this period, the Facebook price would rise from $753 to $943, which is +25%. Facebook will start 2029 at $753, then soar to $769 within the first half of the year, and finish 2029 at $785. It is about +359% from today.

According to the latest long-term forecast, Facebook price will hit $200 by the end of 2022 and then $300 by the end of 2023. Facebook will rise to $400 within the year of 2024, $500 in 2026, $600 in 2027, $700 in 2028, $800 in 2030 and $900 in 2033.

Is Facebook stock a buy ? 

Meta's 2021 revenue jumped 37% YoY to $118 billion and its adjusted earnings came in 36% higher. Looking ahead, Zacks estimates call for FB's revenue to pop 10.4% in FY22 and another 18% in FY23, both of which mark FB's slowest YoY growth as a public company.

Does Facebook have a future? 

But despite being widely accessible for more than 15 years, Facebook's user base continues to grow at a steady rate as we start 2022. Meta's latest earnings announcement revealed that Facebook's global monthly active users (MAU) had increased by 6.2 percent in the 12 months to October 2021.

Why is Facebook stock so cheap? 

To be fair to the bulls, Facebook's valuation is extremely cheap. The company trades for 16x earnings, which is less than half of the average multiple since going public in 2012. The company has a rock-solid balance sheet, with plenty of cash and no outstanding debt.

Is Facebook undervalued now? 

Meta Platforms (NASDAQ:FB) announced in its Q1 results on April 27 that its daily average users actually increased from the prior quarter. They rose 1.6% from 1.92 billion daily active users (DAU) to 1.96 billion DAUs.

Is Facebook dying? 

With two billion log-ins daily, Facebook is still in the race. However, for years now, the use of the Facebook app has been gradually declining. Facebook in its history of 18 years is seeing a fall in its daily users, half a million users stopped using it towards the end of the year 2021.

Is Facebook growth slowing? 

With two billion log-ins daily, Facebook is still in the race. However, for years now, the use of the Facebook app has been gradually declining. Facebook in its history of 18 years is seeing a fall in its daily users, half a million users stopped using it towards the end of the year 2021.