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  • robbie_berger robbie_berger Apr 18, 2011 10:06 AM Flag

    In for 500 - GOD help me!

    I do not like catching a falling knife. However, GOOG is an earning %27 Year After Year and the last Q there were costs that hit the bottom line to keep key employees that skewed the numbers. Google is the Top Worldwide Internet company and got there with hard working experts and can only lead there into the future with these experts. Any Investment Fund would gladly pay more for Fund Managers that return %20 Year After Year than see them go to another Firm. Googles key employee compensation plan shoud be put under the R&D costs considering all the great products that have brought Google to where it today with Google Earth, B2B Click Program, upcoming Google TV (300+ chanels), Google Telephone (possible Cellular standalone), the APP & Muscic/Video Markets with the Android O/S Launch, Google Computer & I-Pad like gonsumer products, ans ALL the things we do not know about. Google has a Global Footprint and has the tallent, cash, and ability to explore new markets with minnimal impact to the bottom line. Google is like Wal-Mart or Coke.......... they are not going anywhere and are leading thier segments.

    Looks like a GREAT time to get in RIGHT NOW on this pullback over a STELLAR Q on employee compensation charges. If you run a Hummer the last thing you want is Yugo to take over production. If Google were a fine wine you would not want Night Train to take over, or if Google was a............. Buy GOOG IN 4 BUYS. I HIT ROUND 2 THIS AM.

    Good Trading!

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