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Instagram accepted a roughly $1 billion buyout bid from Facebook earlier this year, shortly before the world's largest social networking website operator went public. It seemed like a great deal at the time, but Instagram's no longer a $1 billion company.

Facebook's IPO Debacle, Day 3: Un-Friended and Dis-Liked on Wall St.

Facebook has ended its third trading day and the world is falling apart -- again. The stock closed Tuesday at $31, down 19% from the $38 IPO price, lead underwriter Morgan Stanley is under fire, the SEC is ready to investigate, and analysts are blaming everyone. Oh, and the fundamentals? Those haven't changed a bit.

Why Facebook's Falling Share Price Really Doesn't Matter

On Monday, Facebook's stock fell from its IPO price of $38 to a low of (as of this writing) $33.60. So what? Nobody who actually paid attention to Facebook's statements before the IPO should be surprised by this latest turn, or even worried. Here's why: