Why Facebook’s stock isn’t tracking what’s happening on the horizon

Tech companies often try to stay ahead of what’s going on in the world around them.

That’s why Facebook stock doesn’t track what’s happened to the company’s shares.

It’s also why a lot of analysts are questioning whether the company is as bullish as some have suggested.

Facebook is currently up $4.57, or more than 8%, on Monday, as it begins a major rollout of a revamped homepage and video app.

Facebook said Monday that the overhaul was intended to streamline users’ experiences by simplifying and simplifying the user experience.

The company said that the redesign will include a streamlined homepage, video player and search bar that will provide a faster and more streamlined browsing experience.

The overhaul comes after a tumultuous year that saw a series of scandals and a series the tech giants faced in the wake of the 2016 election.

Facebook’s shares have dropped more than 50% this year after the company was rocked by allegations of inappropriate behavior and political bias.

CEO Mark Zuckerberg is set to deliver the company a major earnings report later this month.

He has said that Facebook’s future lies in helping people “share, connect and celebrate.”

The stock has risen in recent days, with investors believing that the changes will ease some of the strain on the company.

But some analysts say the changes may not be enough to offset the company getting hit by the fallout of the election.

According to the S&P 500 Index, Facebook shares fell 1.7% on Monday.