5 More Stocks to 'Like' When Facebook Goes Public

NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Facebook ( FB) is set to go public tomorrow with a feeding frenzy that's captured the attention of Wall Street and Main Street as no other company has.

With 901 million monthly users, 125 billion friendships, and 3.2 billion "likes" and comments a day, Facebook's numbers are staggering.

These are just a few of the reasons why Facebook is going to be the largest tech IPO in history.

TheStreet reviewed 10 companies that may benefit from ties to the social networking giant, including those from the technology and financial-services sectors as well as China, a market Facebook currently doesn't have access to.

Here are five more stocks that may benefit from Facebook's IPO.

1. DuPont Fabros Technology

DuPont Fabros Technology ( DFT) is another real estate investment trust (REIT) that houses data center facilities across the United States. DuPont Fabros is similar to Equinix ( EQIX) and Digital Realty Trust ( DLR), in that they all count Facebook among their customers.

DuPont Fabros recently raised full-year guidance and boosted its dividend, as demand for data centers strengthened. Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Sri Nagarajan reiterated his "buy" rating and raised his price target slightly to $29.50 from $29, citing "future core earnings growth through leasing."

For 2012, the REIT expects funds from operations to be between $1.44 and $1.54 per share, up from its previous guidance of $1.31 to $1.51. The quarterly dividend was raised 25% to 15 cents per share. Shares of DuPont Fabros Technology have gained 9.5% this year.

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2. American Tower

As mobile usage for Facebook grows at rapid speeds, mobile networks strain, which benefits companies that own and lease wireless infrastructure towers, such as

American Tower ( AMT).

American Tower recently raised tower revenue guidance following first-quarter earnings, and converted into a real estate investment trust (REIT) to become more shareholder-friendly.

"We believe AMT has both the ability and desire to grow its dividend in terms of absolute amount per share (growth in the business) as well as percent AFFO (adjusted funds from operations) payout. The company believes its long-term AFFO growth rate is double digits and dividend growth should actually exceed AFFO growth," wrote Raymond James analyst Ric Prentiss in his research report following the earnings release. He rates American Tower "outperform" with a $71 price target.

Shares of American Tower have gained 12.9% this year.

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3. JPMorgan

Morgan Stanley ( MS) is the lead banker on Facebook's IPO, but JPMorgan ( JPM) entrenched itself as the No. 2, which could mean bigger things down the line for its investment banking division. IPOs bring in big fees for banks, which are precious at a time of weak trading revenue thanks to stricter regulations.

JPMorgan isn't known for bringing technology companies public, so being ahead of Goldman Sachs ( GS) in underwriting Facebook was a real coup.

Last year, JPMorgan purchased a significant stake in Twitter, so perhaps the tech juggernaut will keep rolling under CEO Jamie Dimon and his banking team.

Shares of JPMorgan have gained 9% this year.

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4. NASDAQ OMX Group

When Facebook filed its original IPO form, it was highly debated which exchange it would list on, given its desire to become a blue-chip company. Would it list on the New York Stock Exchange, like a well-established company, or on the tech-heavy Nasdaq?

Ultimately the Nasdaq won out, despite Facebook using a ticker traditionally reserved for NYSE companies, "FB." NASDAQ OMX Group ( NASDAQ OMX Group) may well see increased trading volumes, as Facebook plans to offer 337.4 million shares in the offering, with the potential for 50 million as an over-allotment.

Shares of NASDAQ OMX Group have fallen 3.4% this year.

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5. Google

Google ( GOOG) competes with Facebook for online and mobile advertising dollars. As more consumers continue to access data and the Internet via mobile, Google may finally be able to monetize its Android platform. Google has previously said it does not generate much revenue from its Android platform.

Shares of Google have declined 5.4% this year.

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-- Written by Chris Ciaccia in New York

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