i'll post a link on next reply but below is pasted classic advice from beancouner_2003 on november 11, 2004:
"So many flock to GOOG for one reason. They made billions off momentum investors in the past. Those who think that GOOG can hold a 50 billion cap and a P/E (Somewhere near Mars)of 200 or 300 have a lot of learn. Currently you have some major players proping up the price while they move to the sidelines.
Right now you could buy Ford, GM and DCX for about 50 billion, with (combined) sales of over 600 BILLION. GOOG will hard pressed to ever see 200 again, as massive short players stepped in to take down a few billion in profits.
Just think of all those poor fools who're holding the bag on GOOG at or near 200. Valuations really do have a place in the market. Just scroll back to all the pumpers on the ole KKD board. They said the run would never end!"
OMG a Toyota Yaris? Talk about hell on the road. Jeez what a piece of crap car. Even "Consumer Reports" hates it. In the real world only the F-150 and GMC Sierra HD will go over 200,000 miles from that list. And BTW - it would take an adult's entire lifetime to run up 200,000 miles on a Camry or Accord - those models spend so much time at the dealers for recalls.