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On CNBC’s “Fast Money,” Sena pronounced that Google appears staid to benefit traction in a entrance months.
“At this point, we consider there’s a lot of fad still around Google in terms of all a products that they are doing, and we’re unequivocally looking some-more to second-half estimates, when Enhanced Campaigns will start to flog in,” he said.
Sena hold an “overweight” rating on Google, with a cost aim of $1,050 per share.
Facebook stock, he added, hold guarantee over a longer-term.
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“I’m unequivocally vehement about a lot of a things that underlie Facebook,” he said, adding that, “As we demeanour during estimates, we’re still a small bit shaken there.”
Sena hold an “equal weight” rating on shares of Facebook, with a $26 cost target.
Facebook batch sealed during $26.13, adult 0.33 percent.
— By CNBC’s Bruno J. Navarro. Follow him on Twitter @Bruno_J_Navarro. CNBC’s Michael Newberg contributed to this article.
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