No. 3 - Google Get Ready

Prepare for Google (GOOG) earnings to hit The Street Thursday after the bell. And remember, shares of Yahoo! (YHOO) plunged on Wednesday, sliding to a 9 month low after Google's chief rival posted disappointing earnings. Is your seatbelt fastened?

Eric Bolling says all indications point toward Google’s long term success. He says Google had 7.3 billion search clicks in March alone. He adds Google’s deals with Echostar (DISH), DoubleClick, and Clear Channel (CCU) expands revenue potential, enormously.

Pete Najarian says the options market is anticipating too small of a move for GOOG. The options are pricing in a $20-$22 move. He explains Yahoo! moved 12% on Wednesday. If Google moves 12% after earnings, that translates to nearly $50. He’s concerned.

Eric adds should the stock fall below $460, he recommends getting out. Guy Adami agrees.

Dylan Ratigan says the bottom line is the market is betting on a 6% move in Google and the panel thinks that number is too low.

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On APR 18, 2007, the following stocks and commodities mentioned or intended to be mentioned on CNBC’s Fast Money were owned by the Fast Money traders Najarian Owns (AXP), (AAPL), (BAC), (BMY), (C), (CSX),(ENER), (XLF);(JPM), (NOK), (LUV); Bolling Owns (XOM)< (NMX), (ICE), (MPEL), (NMX) Gold, Silver, Natural Gas, Corn; Bolling Is Short Soybeans