Google: Subscription Business, The Big Driver To Growth Going Forward

Feb. 07, 2023 3:30 AM ETAlphabet Inc. (GOOG), GOOGL1 Comment
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  • Google missed earnings, causing the stock price to drop. We anticipate that negative sentiment will suppress the stock price near-term.
  • Investments into YouTube and focus towards subscription opportunities drives growth going forward.
  • Alphabet trades at a discount to forward earnings and growth, but at a bigger discount than some of the other tech conglomerates.
  • We also anticipate that the stock will reach $138+ by year end given a summer recovery in advertiser spend, thus asserting +32% upside from where the stock is trading.
  • Alphabet only trades at 18x FY '25 earnings given our even more conservative growth inputs, which means there's a high margin of safety owning the stock.

The new building at Google Bay View campus in Mountain View, California.


Heading into Alphabet's (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL) quarter, we were skeptical of ad-results, and took the sidelines before developing our take on Alphabet, and what a fair intrinsic value should be. Despite the weaknesses tied to the ad-business model we like the

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