Understanding Finance – Why Google is worth like, a bajillion dollars

Many people new to the stock market and unfamiliar with the tech industry find themselves asking a common question: What’s the deal with Google? Should I invest in it? While, many argue that it’s overvalued, others will argue that it’s undervalued. I’m here to put an end to that question: Yes. Invest in it. Here’s why:

  1. They have good leadership.
  2. They’re not evil.
  3. They’re investing in different markets.
  4. They have a strong brand name.
  5. Web 2.0
  6. Walmart was once a small business, and now they’re HUGE.

Now, I don’t have a billion spreadsheets like Goldman Sachs or anything, so I can’t tell you specifically how these 6 bullet points translate into the stock price. In fact, I have not met a single person that can. However, I can tell you that investing in the stock market is all about evaluating your risk tolerances. Perhaps your risk tolerance doesn’t allow you to invest in a company whose stock price you cannot really justify. For those that I know that argue the six points above, ehhh, it never really came up. After all, they’ve got good leadership, they’re not evil, they’re investing in different markets, they have a strong brand name, Web 2.0, and you know this company Walmart — they were once a small business, and now they’re huge!

So put your faith in Google, and let the magic of compounded interest take you the rest of the way.

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One thought on “Understanding Finance – Why Google is worth like, a bajillion dollars

  1. Azaleatp says:

    nice work, brother

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