Google Shares At $2000 = Global Dominance (GOOG)

Jan. 9.06 | About: Alphabet Inc. (GOOG)

On Friday, Mark Stahlman of Caris & Co. (pictured, bottom-right; Henry Blodget is bottom-left) set a price target of $2,000 per share on Google. With the direction of the stock lately, anything seems possible, but when you look at the size of Google at $2,000 a share, it looks a little more ridiculous. Currently, the largest company in the world is General Electric with a market cap of $375 billion. At $2,000 a share, Google would have a market cap of $591.5 billion. Below we list the 10 largest companies in the world: