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Speaking of hitting stops, which is what happened with the
today, check out
. That stock is about to breach its high, and when it does, the next stop could be $500.
Until options expiration. That could cause a hit. Google is battled every expiration week, and this week should be no different.
Except that this market does love 52-week highs, because there are tons of people who are chartists, and they are forever worried about double tops. (Remember the famed
double top that was supposed to stop everything cold? )
I continue to believe that Google deserves a 40 multiple on next year's earnings, which puts it comfortably at $600.
But it has to get through $500 first, doesn't it?
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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Sears Holdings.
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