Facebook was on the receiving end of some Wall Street praise Friday, as three analysts said positive things about the social network on CNBC’s “Fast Money.”

Raymond James & Associates Analyst Aaron Kessler said he sees mobile advertising boosting the social network’s stock to $37 per share within 12 months, adding that the company was showing improvement in advertising, and Facebook Exchange was “gaining some traction,” and saying:

I think in the near term, there is going to be upside to first-quarter estimates here. I think a few things are going on. We think mobile will be strong in the quarter.

Mike Murphy of Rosecliff Capital added:

I think Facebook is completely underloved. I think if we get a positive surprise to the upside as they’re looking for, you’re going to see the stock break above $30 quickly.

And OptionMonster’s Pete Najarian feels that the mobile advertising success of companies like eBay and Expedia bodes well for Facebook, saying:

Some of the data we’ve seen suggests pretty good interaction with mobile advertising on Facebook.

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