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    http://news.ft.com/servlet/ContentSe...=1012571727092

    Do i hear 15 billion, i got 15 billion in the corner, do i hear 16 billion...

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    A Google IPO has been one of the most eagerly anticipated events on Wall Street and in Silicon Valley since the dotcom bust. Though only five years old, the search-engine company has avoided the traps that caught many early dotcom companies.

    "It will be worth $15bn-$25bn," said one person who has been involved in the process. "This has never happened before."

    Other "hot" IPOs, from Apple Computer in 1980 to Netscape in 1995, have generally involved unprofitable companies, this person said. Google, by contrast, is highly profitable and has grown into a large global business.

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    Now the question will be "who will they BUY ?"

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    This will be big!

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    I want Google put options!

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    I'm gonna buy it, get a loan, tell the bankers how we can become rich when i push all my listings to the top. Just loan me 30 billion, just Trust me Or maybe Microsoft will buy it and shut it down, reroute Google traffic to MSN search.

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    Hey, can people outside U.S. buy that ipo?

    Parasites are thieves. What are you going to do about it?

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    I have no idea. I'm from outside the US, but won't buy Google stocks. I don't think it will be a success for investors in the long run.

    Of course if I were one of the owners of Google, I would support the IPO now too. In my opinion Google can't get a lot more popular than it is now, so for the owners now it's the best time to make a lot of money with this IPO. They're going to be rich!

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    It looks like Google is trying to be a little more realistic. The estimated price now is between 85.00 and 95.00 a share. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/5743246/

    What I thought they should of done was given us who advertise with them and who also are affiliates of adsense a chance to grab some stocks at a certain price
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