Two investors think that Google is the most undervalued of the large cap tech companies.
Daily Finance quotes Philip D. Tasho, CEO and chief investment officer at Tamaro Capital Partners, and Timothy A. Holland, a principal and co-portfolio manager at that institutional management firm as saying, "We view Google (GOOG) as the best balance of value and growth in the large-cap technology sector." Tasho also asserts that over the next 12 to 18 months, Google should bolt to a new high of $1,200 a share.
Those are pretty heavy words for a stock that has been largely flat overall since its historical high of 700 in 2007. How does GOOG get there? More
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