What the Google Downgrade Means for Mutual Fund Investors (GOOGL)

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What the Google Downgrade Means for Mutual Fund Investors (GOOGL)

Shauna O'Brien Jan 08, 2015

Inside the Analyst Move

According to the analyst: “As Google moves in the direction of personalization, the potential for lower traffic pricing and higher data intensity must be factored,” Sena said. “In doing so, our 4Q14 EBITDA estimate falls by 3% to $7.36bn, or 39% and 50% as a percentage of gross and net revenues. For 2015, we are similarly lowering EBITDA margins by 250 bps to 49.3%, or down 6% to $31bn (+17% y/y). Flowing these estimate changes through to our DCF points to a $675 target, still showing strong upside from its recent $500 level.”

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