Google earnings due today

We are expecting good things from the search leader.

By Wall Street Media on MSN Money Oct 14, 2010 4:10PM

Written by Douglas Estadt

 

Google (GOOG) reports earnings after the market closes Thursday, and we are expecting good things. The Android’s exceptional performance in outselling the iPhone, along with the recent positive earnings of tech companies, foreshadow a promising report.  


Take a look at why we believe in Google and what we do to profit:


·         The Android is outselling the iPhone at a ratio as high as 3 or 4 to 1
·         Intel and other tech companies have recently reported positive earnings
·         We sell 4.90 puts at 65 to 70 cents- although a risky play, it gives us leeway in a worst case scenario

 

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