Google's Report Adds Little to the Party
Normally, stock splits are greeted with a cheer; however, in Google's (GOOG) case, it is more like a Bronx cheer. Google's new theme song is "It's My Party and You Can Buy If You Want To." The soon-to-be oligarchy has started the countdown toward shareholder silence.
The quarterly results weren't overly impressive, nor were they a disaster. I suppose uninspiring is the best word, but I can't decide how I feel about the split. I was bullish on Google back in December and see this split as receiving a backhanded compliment. In fact, it feels a bit like a drive-by, and I believe there will be some bullish bodies left in the dust....170 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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