Strong quarterly earnings sent Google stock higher in after-hours trading, but that didn't mean it was time to take profits, Karen Finerman of Metropolitan Capital Advisors said Thursday.
"I wouldn't think of selling it here, even though it could trade off a little bit off this pop," she said. "But I still want to own it. Story's intact."
Shares of Google hit a new high following its latest earnings report, which blew past Wall Street analysts' expectations.
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Finerman, who held a long position in Google, added that she had experienced "Facebook envy."
"The only disappointment was the cost-per-click coming down," she said.