In the August Action Alerts PLUS members' call, Jim Cramer talked about why he was "aghast" and "furious" with Facebook's (FB) earnings numbers.

The company "told us on its last quarterly conference call, right in the thick of the Cambridge Analytica brouhaha that they had seen no degradation from the scandal including and up to that day's call."

Turns out that wasn't true at all and he felt the stock and the company "had truly disappointed in every way possible."

For the latest on Facebook and how to trade it, head over to Real Money, where it is the featured stock of the day

 

 

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