When Google CEO Larry Page is excited, it means Google had a great quarter
It's one thing to note a connection, but another to actually prove it using fancy charts. The latter is what All Things D did and you can clearly see the connection between Google topping analyst's quarterly expectations and Page's use of the e-word. The only problem with this is that there is no real-life use of this information since it comes after the earnings have been reported and the stock market is closed. Now if we can come up with a way to monitor Page's usage of the word in the days prior to the earnings report, we might have a full-proof method to clean up in the options market. If Page says "excited" more than a pre-determined number of times prior to the earnings release, you buy calls. If his EQ (excited quotient) is below the threshold, you buy puts.
1. solidsnakeduds013 posted on 14 Apr 2012, 18:49 1 1
Haha @PA get a team out there to monitor what he says
2. remixfa posted on 14 Apr 2012, 20:36 1 1
after last year, they probably told him he was too excited and was tipping his hat too soon. lol
3. kznjbee posted on 14 Apr 2012, 20:49 2 2
you guys at iphonearena are just too funny.... "excited quotient"???
6. bloodline posted on 16 Apr 2012, 02:58 1 0
if it what wasn't for android/google, PA wouldnt really have much to write about.