Shares in the social media giant have fallen to be about half of its initial public offering of $38 per share.
Still shy of 1 billion users, the social network giant keeps growing with a 29% increase in users each year.
Facebook founder unloads 30.2 million shares at $37.58 a share.
Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and JP Morgan reportedly shared reduced revenue forecasts with big investors, but not the general public, before the company went public on Friday.
A recent Associated Press/CNBC poll sheds light on how we really feel about the social media site- with 46% of respondents saying the site won't be around much longer.
Private auctions see the social network's stock changing hands at prices that exceed anticipated IPO range.
To satisfy Wall Street the world largest social network is going to need to draw more of its revenue from marketers.
David Choe benefits from Facebook's IPO status with enormous pay day.
Social media giant takes next steps in the business world.