I met Eric Schmidt ( Google CEO ) when I interned at Novell in the late 1990's. Quite something. They let me and the other intern sit at the long table's far end during the exec meetings. I was 19 years old.
I've been kicking myself for not buying Google stock, ever since. I felt, how can he leave Novell, which I felt was not going much forward and do well in another company. The IPO was too high for a sophomore in college. I didn't have any clue it was a fool proof concept. - Payment per click for a massive results finder, ad publishing.
GOOG is approaching the revenue, price and volume at which it sometimes / previously crashed, I think, usually $600 + per share. I know it's been very high for a while. What price is it, though, usually immediately at for purchase instantly when it tanks, cents, dollars? Will people sell at any price?
Must I not acquire too many shares?
What are the issues, pitfalls and errors? When is the volume at a turning point?
I dabbled in stock when Cramer's Mad Money was in its heyday, and enjoyed it. I have a few stocks. A great, the best one, would be nice.