Andrew Tonner is a big fan of Apple. He's bullish on Google. So which is the better investment? In this video, Andrew explains why he likes Apple in the short run, and Google for the long run. Apple stock has been beaten down to low valuations, and the company will probably return part of its cash stash to shareholders this year. A low-cost iPhone would also help Apple penetrate the emerging market. Long-term growth may prove tougher despite the likely rollout of an iTV or iWatch. Google is a better long-term investment, since it's not dependent on one product and enjoys a wide moat with its search-engine business. Further, any new technology that could disrupt its business is currently not on the horizon.

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