Why Jim Cramer Thinks Google (GOOGL) Has Further to Go

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- TheStreet's Jim Cramer wishes a happy anniversary to Google (GOOGL) , which went public 10 years ago.

Cramer says Google has been underestimated in the time since its IPO and he believes the company is still just scratching the surface of what it can put out. Cramer says Google remains "the most difficult ticket," meaning potential employees cannot get a job there unless they are at the absolute top of the major schools. Therefore, Cramer thinks Google has much further to go.

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