Google's Worth $900
Google (GOOG) has become a tech company focused on a number of things: social, Android, ads, YouTube, Chrome, and research. The company will have some megahits in the years ahead and shares are worth more than $900 each, revealing substantial upside from current levels.
Giving away one's mobile operating system certainly isn't as profitable as selling one (at least in the short term), but Google is betting that stealing market share will inevitably lead to dominance, which it will be able to exploit later. That strategy has made the Android OS the most used mobile operating system in the world, with Apple (AAPL) second and Blackberry a distant third. But the open source code of the Android OS may lead to lower retention rates....761 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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