Writers and analysts who keep an eye on the value of certain stocks, have been writing all year about the curious phenomenon of Google's stock price. They generally say something along the lines of, "If you compare Google's cash generation capabilities, why is it valued so much less than Apple?" or similar statements.
Is it true that Google is undervalued or, in fact, might the lower than expected stock price be due to none other than Google itself?
If you read this column regularly, you'll know that generally, as Google releases its performance figures each quarter, I like to break them [...]
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