In this video, Andrew Tonner looks at Apple and Google through the investment lens of Warren Buffett. Apple offers a dividend, with a likely dividend increase coming up. The stock trades at a low ratio to earnings and enterprise value and enjoys great growth potential. A new low-cost iPhone, Apple TV, or iWatch could drive earnings higher. Google, meanwhile, is a classic wide-moat company. Many Internet users have ingrained search habits, and Google dominates both the computer and mobile search engine world. It's more fairly priced than Apple, but it isn't expensive. Both companies, in their own ways, represent great long-term investments.

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