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Google recently reported earnings and saw its share price plummet afterwards. David and John thought there were some good things in the report, though there was no doubt pressure on earnings from the Motorola acquisition. David saw encouraging signs, however, for Google in the mobile space. And John and David think the dip represents a pretty good buying opportunity.
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