Returning to its roots as a stalwart growth stock, search giant Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL) has proven doubters wrong over the last several months by solidly beating the market. Even as one of the largest publicly traded companies in the world, Google remains one of the most attractive businesses around. The trouble for today's investors is that thanks to its impressive run lately, the stock now trades at some pretty lofty multiples. Does that mean investors would be better served looking elsewhere, or does Google have what it takes to keep delivering for long-term investors? Fool contributor Andrew Tonner tackles these questions in the video below.
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