Both Google Class A and Class C closed up more than 16 percent, with Class A at $699.62 a share and Class C at $672.93 a share, marking Google's best week since 2004 and powering the Nasdaq to its best weekly rise in four years.
According to David Kudla, CEO & chief investment strategist at Mainstay Capital Management, the rally in the tech-heavy index still has legs.
"A lot of investors are focused on indexes hitting new highs, but what's more important is underlying valuations. Compared to 2000 when we saw the major crash in the Nasdaq, we are no where near those lofty valuations, so the Nasdaq has more to run," Kudla told CNBC's "The Rundown" early Monday.
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