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Google Earnings Thursday

The world's most popular stock is up more than 30% this year and reports earnings Thursday. What’s the Google (GOOG) breakdown?

Pete Najarian tells the panel that recent options trading suggests to him that Google is going higher. He reveals that he owns this stock in part, because Google controls about 56% of the internet search market. Najarian adds if Google comes out with a G-phone he expects the stock to skyrocket.

Guy Adami expects to see a $1,000 price target soon.

Jeff Macke is skeptical. He thinks Google is a sell if/when the company goes into hardware.

Karen Finerman can’t get behind the stock because the valuation is extremely high.

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