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Alphabet Inc (GOOGL) Stock Is a Giant That Still Has More to Gain

Alphabet executives can do more to push the company forward, but ultimately, GOOGL stock is far bigger than its present challenges. More 

Alphabet Inc (GOOGL) Might Get Fined Again as More Retailers Whine About Search

With more businesses shifting to e-commerce, Google is coming under fire yet again for its paid ad tactics. Will this impact GOOGL stock? More 

New Google Feed Features a Personalized Stream of News

There's a new Google Feed (GOOG,GOOGL) that curates your news based on day's top searches, as well as topics you have searched in the past. More 

Google Glass Heads to Work: 5 Companies Testing the Eyewear

Google Glass (GOOG,GOOGL) will soon be released for businesses, Alphabet said. Here are five companies that will be testing the eyewear soon. More 

Facebook Inc (FB) Stock Hits All-Time Highs. Now What?

FB stock is receiving a fresh push to new peaks on additions to its Instant Articles feature. Is there still time to buy Facebook? More 

3 Big Tech Stocks to Buy With Impunity

Apple (AAPL), Netflix (NFLX) and Alphabet (GOOGL) were taken down a peg, but even after rebounding they're still among the best tech stocks to buy. More 

Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) Stock Shrugs Off Timid PT Downgrade. It’s a Buy!

Amazon's worst news in weeks? Deutsche Bank lowered its price target on AMZN stock by a hair. That tells you everything about how good it is to be long Amazon right now. More 

Why Twitter Inc (TWTR) Stock Deserves a Second Chance

TWTR stock still has a chance as there are opportunities for Twitter in world of social media at nearly every corner. More 

Alphabet Inc (GOOGL) Stock Is a Buy, But Timing Is Important

Alphabet is perhaps the most attractive FANG stock, so if GOOGL stock can be bought on a pullback, investors should pull the trigger. More 

Alphabet Inc (GOOGL) Could Buy AT&T Inc. (T). Here’s Why It Won’t

Alphabet (GOOGL) has plenty of market cap to buy either AT&T (T) or Comcast (CMCSA), proving the internet's profits lie in content, not carriage. More