The wrench in the "ad machine"

02/14/2006 | Barron's (subscription required)

An analysis in Barron's suggests that, despite Google's massive revenue growth, its stock may be overvalued in part because of competition, in part because of its reliance on advertising for a reported 99% of its revenue and in part because of the lurking threat of click fraud. The stock has been taking a beating in the market of late, but many analysts still put its present valuation in line with its growth potential.

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