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WSJ.com asks Is Google on par with Berkshire? Google’s market cap passes that of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway. Admittedly, it’s a little perverse to compare the poster child of growth stocks to the home of the world’s most famous value investor. Ssssh… don’t tell that to […]

WSJ.com asks Is Google on par with Berkshire? Google’s market cap passes that of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway. Admittedly, it’s a little perverse to compare the poster child of growth stocks to the home of the world’s most famous value investor. Ssssh… don’t tell that to hedge funds!

  1. Apples and an Orange, I agree its a difficult comparison

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  2. Remember the famous line uttered by Babe Ruth when it was pointed out that he made more than the President of the U.S.?

    “I had a better year than he did” said Ruth

    Between the hurricanes crushing the insurance companies, and Buffet shorting the U.S. dollar….looks like Google had a better year!!

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  3. Interesting article. Not sure what to make of it, but so far Google has proven to be one of few companies in recent years that could be both successful and smooth.

    Disclosure: I own 1 share of Google.

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