While shares of Apple have fallen precipitously over the past few months, Google has done the exact opposite. The stock just reached an all-time high, breaking the $800 mark. Now, Google has received three analyst upgrades, two of which call for the incredible price target of $1,000 per share. Can Google really climb that high? Motley Fool tech and telecom analyst Andrew Tonner gives investors several reasons why it just might.
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