Jonathan Taplin authored an op-ed in the The New York Times April 22nd Sunday Review making the case that it could be time for the government to break up “break up Google” or “regulate them like public utilities.”
I couldn’t disagree more vehemently.
Yesterday’s antitrust laws can’t regulate today’s technology but they sure as heck can certainly destroy its profit potential. And, unfortunately, yours, too.
The markets are charging higher as I write and, not surprisingly, that’s got many investors wondering if the “fabulous five” tech stocks – Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, and Alphabet – that we talk about frequently are too expensive to buy.
At least not if you understand what I want to share with you today…