In this video, Andrew Tonner reviews some of the criteria Warren Buffett uses to buy companies and applies them to Google. In Andrew's opinion, based on metrics such as moat, honest management, and fair value, Google fits the bill as a Buffett holding. Andrew also discusses why the future looks good for Google.
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