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  • maramwp maramwp Feb 16, 2006 1:48 PM Flag

    MY GOOGLE PLAN

    For what its worth, I plan to buy 1 share of Google each month for 10 months. Maybe 2 shares if goog reaches a new low. That way, I figure, I'll be "dollar cost averaging" while acquiring google. Long term I'm bullish on this stock.

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    • why invest in the stock when you can make more money huge profits in the options riding it up and down on extremes.

      I invested $500.00 I'm already at 100% on some of my options in less than 48 hours.

      owning the stock isn't profitable like owning the stock's options. Google is a Ca$h Cow!!

      If you were going to buy the stock you should had starting buying under $200.00 or before $300 but that's my opinion like they say the only opinion really counts are yours.

      Google is a traders cash cow money maker!!

      • 1 Reply to mscashca2000
      • You're 100% correct. It is a big trading play. I'm treading very carefully. I got in below 300. I'm buying the dips, one at a time. Slow and steady wins the race. I can't call the top on this stock. The top may not occur until the entire tech market becomes very frothy. I hope to get out before the next debacle. A debacle will happen, no mistaking that. But I think we're only a quarter of the way up on the next big tech bubble. I got the heck beaten outta me in the last crash. Still hold MSFT, INTC, Yahoo (bought it back again). Sold 500 shares of ORCL today and bought Halliburton. HAL is very safe and pays a hefty dividend.

        GOOD LUCK AND THANKS FOR YOUR ADVICE.

    • good way to start/adjust like you say if necessary

 
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