Be prepared for a volatile earnings summer. Who knows how the 800-pound gorilla is going to react? There are a lot of things Google could do to get more money for themselves that we would very definitely not like.
"Alphabet’s stock tanks with analysts asking, ‘Hey Google, what happened to revenue growth?’"
https://www.cnbc.com/2019/04/30/alphabe … rency.html
Follow up thought #1
Maven is both a competitor and partner of Google. One might think that is a good thing, but it actually makes us vulnerable on both fronts.
One thing which might happen: Google blames inability to get a firm hold in the Chinese market for the slow down. Reported in PCWorld, that's what some tech companies did. But more importantly: Google will not cut its thumb off to please its elbow. These partners need each other, and hurting one damages the other.
The good news: after reading the article, Google still appears to be the most prosperous cash cow on the planet.
The bad news: it is unknown how Google will pay homage to the concept of the balance sheet that the analysts hold as their living God.
I watch relevant companies the way most of the internet watches celebrities and politicians. Not a darn thing I can do to participate, but it's fun to watch.
Agreed. And a prosperous moo to the Big G.
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Aren't we full of ourselves. How is wishing a successful company not topic specific. Snip yourself.
O.K. Forgive me. However, I must admit: You bring up an issue we should be concerned about. Thank you. Respect and admiration from this author to another.
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