$1,344.25 1.36 (0.10%)
19:59 EST GOOGL Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $1,344.25
Market Cap 401.47B
PE Ratio 56.96
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.02M
Day's Range 1,341.10 - 1,349.89
52-Week Range 977.66 - 1,357.55
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Alphabet stock has short-term headwinds. However, GOOGL stock remains a compelling choice for long-term investors.
Weakness has finally emerged in stock land and that's creating compelling opportunities in these three stocks to buy.
Forget the headlines. In today's market, FANG stocks are positioning themselves to enrich both bullish and bearish investors.
Wednesday's 3 big stock charts highlight recent market winners whose rallies may be petering out.
Alphabet stock has broken out, and $1 trillion may be next for GOOGL stock. But there are risks along the way as regulators close in.
Apple stock is already up sharply this year. Looking ahead, its Services unit is building momentum. The iPhone 11 series enjoys wide appeal.
Although some analysts believe Google stock was unfairly hammered after its Q3 results, it's worth considering the firm's future risks before diving in head first.
While it’s tempting to pile your money into high-flying investments, cash-rich companies are the best stocks to buy in unpredictable markets.
Owners of Google stock ought to take this latest flare-up seriously because if the company doesn’t put out an olive branch to its employees, a palace revolt is not out of the question.
General Electric stock has a bearish analyst, while Disney+ already hits 10 million subs. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
Disney launched its Disney+ streaming platform Tuesday. Here's what else happened in the stock market today.
Very few people enjoy buying shares near their all-time highs. But for GOOG stock, an exception can be made. With expanding businesses and key acquisitions, Alphabet can become a dominant force in the end-user digital ecosystem.
NVDA will report its Q3 earnings this week, but Nvidia stock may not be a buy based on its current high valuation.
With positive developments in the U.S.-China trade war dialogue, market sentiment has improved significantly. Still, I’d keep my eye on stable blue-chip stocks to buy, just in case.
IPO stocks were on a strong pace ... until the WeWork implosion. It looks like this is a wake-up call for investors. So here’s a look at seven companies that may want to hold off on their IPOs.
By Thomas Niel
Although Google stock faces some stiff opposition, this fairly valued investment is supported by robust businesses in cloud computing and wearables.
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