>>>I started trading a few years ago under the "fundamentals" ideal and lost money.<<<
You should have; the company's business fundamentals were lousy. What you're not seeing right now is that fundamentals are strong and have begun to exceed expections.
>>>THere is no support but plenty of resistance<<<
Did you notice that the stock has fantastic support right at the 50-day EMA just a couple of days ago. Yes, there is support. You're there is resistance, but only because of the still-skeptics out there that think that this cycle is short lived. Once they're the convinced that this cycle has legs, then the resistance will let up.
>>>If you were a big trader, you would be playing GOOG on the price swings. High priced stocks make huge moves in a day. Low priced stocks could take 6 months to move one dollar. <<<
I have to laugh because this is totally amatuer. Yes, I like and try to take advantage of volatility, but the "low price" (whatever that means), doesn't mean anything.
Do you recall the stock was 50% less just five months ago -- going from $13 to $7 to $13 again. Hey pal, that's volatility and that's more than Google. So, this is totally a silly comment.
>>>If you don't think a stock is manipulated, then you are very naive. This stock is owned over 90% by institutional and we all know how honest they are.<<<
Classic day trader conspiracy trash. Listen, if you think that a T. Rowe mutual fund that has 300,000 is manipulated the stock on a daily business, THEN YOU HAVE ABSOLUTELY NO -- NO!! -- IDEA HAS THE BUSINESS WORKS.
>>>Wireless is becoming the norm. There is a battle between wireless and cable going on.<<<
Possible, there's value in VoIP vis a vis local telco. Few places in the country get 3 or 4 bars at home wirelessly. Plus, with wireless (I only have wireless), you only have one phone in the house, rather than two or three. If you're in a aparment in Wash, DC, the signal might not be strong. So, cheap VoIP is great.
<<<This stock will no doubt move above 14 before earnings are released. It is then when I will get out. <<<
Again, classic day trader. You're moving on the cliche, 'buy on rumor, sell on news'.
Boyo, man, you don't know a thing. THanks for the entertainment.