A Chart You Should See: Google

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Google (GOOG) continues to be a dominant name in the Internet space, as it hit another all-time Tuesday.

Investors, including noted portfolio manager Stanley Druckenmiller, continually have talked up Google as the must-own name in technology due to its wide array of products in a variety of different areas, including search, mobile search, mobile devices, and new, innovative ventures, like Google Fiber and Project Loon.

Following third-quarter earnings, Google topped $1,000 a share, causing several analysts to boost price targets well north of $1,000, with some going as high as $1,250. Paid clicks -- which include clicks related to ads served on Google sites and the sites of network members, soared, rising approximately 26% year over year and 8% sequentially, leading Google to earn $10.74 a share on $11.93 billion in revenue.

Ever since those results, it's been one giant love-fest for Google, as Wall Street clamors to own growth at any price, and Google's got it.

This chart pretty much sums it up:

GOOG ChartGOOG data by YCharts

--Written by Chris Ciaccia in New York

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