Google can do no wrong
It's the only company that boasts the full Internet trinity of mobile, social and cloud.
Yep, it was that amazing. Suddenly every initiative is working. Suddenly Google+ looks like it is a serious challenge to Facebook. Suddenly YouTube has become a money maker of such proportion that the acquisition now looks ingenious.
Suddenly we see that there really aren't any other search plays worth mentioning and that Google is on a search rampage. The growth of this business is accelerating. I found myself feeling bad for the other guys and wondering which quarter will produce the mercy killings.
Suddenly it appears that, other than Apple and Amazon (AMZN), there isn't anyone else out there, and only Google has all three of the trinity: mobile, social and cloud.
It's amazing. Yes, it was that good a quarter. Somehow, oddly, it feels as if it is just beginning. Plus, the business is being managed perfectly and Larry Page is now Larry Sage. The spending initiatives I was worried about, they are gleeful about shutting them down and streamlining them if they don't work. It's the ideal state of affairs for an incubator.
You don't get a stock up 40 points for nothing. This was about as good a quarter as you could have.
At the time of publication, Cramer was long AAPL.
and why does cramer always point out big gainers
AFTER the gain?
if you are unfamiliar with the wall street term "front running" you should
look it up
next to the definition should be cramer's picture
i will never be able to figure out why msn keeps
this idiot.cnbc has to see that he talks over everyone
with his meaningless diarreah of the mouth
and he should never never ever say the name of mark haines
this fool makes me RANT
GOOG can do no wrong - same as every other corporation - until they do.
And they do, they all do; and GOOG will.
Enjoy the ride.
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