Google to Hit $450 A Share?

Oct 25, 2005 • 11:26 am | comments (2) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google News & Finances
 

That would be nice, says investors. Came across a good article that was just released talking about the potential for Google to reach $450/share. Is it possible? Some are thinking so, "Google is going to make it. Google will be a more important company five years from now than it is today." However some words of caution mentioned from the author, "Google helped monetize the Web for many of the Internet's popular fringe sites, but it's a victim of its own success. The competitive crowds are circling around."

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10/27/2005 03:59 pm

It'll be over $500 a share within a year to 1.5 years. But the BEST buy will be Apple. When Apple goes completely x86 compatible.. it will be nothing to put OS-X on Walmart (retailer) shelves. It'll be a boon for the masses who are tired of spyware and virus'. I think this is the master plan, but there is some risk in Jobs. He had the opportunity in the late 80s to make Apple what x86 is today and refused the generic boxes. Overall though, I think Jobs learned his lesson, looks at his (hardware based) bank account and compares it to Bill Gates' (software based) and realizes he probably could have made a few better decisions.

Blair

10/27/2005 05:36 pm

Ahem... OS X will not run on standard x86 boxes without hacking. Apple has said this. Jobs has said this. Sure, it might be possible, but it's not going to be for the buy-a-PC-at-Walmart crowd... Besides, do you honestly believe that if OS X was as ubiquitous as Windows, there would still be no virii or spyware written for it? Don't get me wrong -- you can have my Mac when you pry it from my cold, dead fingers -- OS X is PROBABLY more secure than Windows, but its biggest security advantage has a name, and that name is OBSCURITY.

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