The Only Stocks to Buy in Mobile
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comScore, a company that measures the digital world, just came out with its mobile platform market share numbers. Google and Apple are leading the way with almost 83% of the share of operating systems. Research In Motion and Nokia were the biggest losers last quarter, and Microsoft picked up a bit of market share. The message is simple: The leaders are getting stronger and the rest are falling behind. John and David believe that Google and Apple still look quite strong today. They have market-leading positions, fortress-like balance sheets, and trade at low multiples. Isn't that the simplest recipe to make money?
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