Apple (AAPL)

With the recent launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, Apple continues to experience record levels of demand. The technology giant sold 39.27 million iPhone devices in the last quarter alone. The number represents an increase of 26% on a sell-through basis. Additionally, the company proved that its demand is continuing with full momentum as it increased sales guidance. As far as valuation goes, the company is attractive at 14.9 price-to-earnings ratio.

Google (GOOG)

Google seems to be very reasonably priced. The company has a forward price-to-earnings ratio of 18.0. Investors in Google have been fearful as the company has reported earnings below estimates for the past few quarters. The company's shares have also suffered a minor setback but might be poised for a major comeback as the shares are down.

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