The numbers were pretty good. Google showed more cost control, and earnings leverage out side of Cost-per-click (CPC).
As expected, CNBC and the chatter is pretty much just focused on CPC, which is a shame because there are other leverages to earning that are pretty much being ignored. (Coincidentally management is hitting on this point right now. I wrote it before they were talking about it :)
From the better than expected numbers, Google has a new, higher, price range.
When factoring today's quarter, Google's current trailing multiple is 19.7 (using a stock price of 651 and a non-gaap eps of 32.98). Its got room to run from here.
Obviously, my current stock prices will have to be divided by two, once the stock-split is completed.