Alphabet Inc (GOOGL)

685.20
29.67 4.15
NASDAQ : Technology
Prev Close 714.87
Open 690.17
Day Low/High 684.91 / 705.00
52 Wk Low/High 538.85 / 810.35
Volume 4.72M
Avg Volume 1.83M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 686.56M
Market Cap 487.78B
EPS 23.10
P/E Ratio 29.90
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

Latest News

Trifecta Stocks Weekly Roundup

Our inverse ETFs and Randgold Resources were solid performers this week thanks to today's Brexit-inspired market turmoil.

European Tech Names Hammered by 'Brexit'; Netflix Reportedly Plans to Allow Downloads

Brexit is taking a toll on the likes of Nokia and SAP, while Netflix is planning a major change and Qualcomm is suing a Chinese smartphone maker.

Alphabet Heading to Weekly Close Below $700

Unless prices suddenly reverse, look for GOOGL to trade down into next support in the $650-$625 area.

These Top 20 Companies Are Where Americans Want to Work Most

Tech firms aren't the only companies offering great perks to employees these days, according to LinkedIn's Top Attractors list.

Russell Rebalancing Having 'Brexit'-Like Effect on U.S. Stocks, Too

Ron Bundy, CEO North America at FTSE Russell, sees more defensive investors.

Brexit Is a Go, Now What?

How it affects the Trifecta Stocks portfolio, and how we are playing it today and going forward.

Alphabet’s Latest Acquisition Is a Great Fit for Google Fiber

Acquiring urban ISP Webpass will help Google inexpensively expand into new markets.

Relief Rally Jump Tough to Predict

A Brexit failure may pump up stocks, but a month’s worth of mediocre economics will likely reassert its influence.

Cramer: A Liberating Look Beyond the Prison Walls of Brexit

Let's scan who's doing what on the West Coast and how their ingenuity may impact you.

Warren Buffett Joined by Netflix, Airbnb, Salesforce Execs in Supporting Hillary Clinton

Warren Buffett, Reed Hastings, Mark Pincus, Earvin "Magic" Johnson and Drew Houston are among the many business leaders who jumped on the Hillary Clinton bandwagon today.

Jim Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: We Need More Mergers Right Now

There are way too many companies but the U.S. government has thrown a chill into M&A, Cramer says.

Will Google Fiber Increase Your Rent? — Tech Roundup

Google Fiber will likely cause rents to go higher, while Amazon unveils its new Kindle device.

One Reason Why Alphabet (GOOGL) Stock is Advancing Today

Alphabet (GOOGL) stock is higher on Wednesday afternoon as Pacific Crest said the company’s Google cloud computing business is poised for success and not appreciated in the shares.

Amazon and Jeff Bezos Are the Ones to Beat in Game of Clouds

Amazon Web Services holds a commanding lead in cloud computing services, but tough competition is coming.

Tesla and Solar City: Double Bubble?

If Tesla buys renewable energy company Solar City, the question is whether two overvalued companies could find a way to make money together.

Add Alphabet Under $700

Expectations of healthy growth for years to come make the online giant a sound long-term investment.

SoftBank Departure Shows Japan Inc. Can't Accept Change

The heir apparent at one of Japan's most innovative companies has fallen on his sword.

Focus on Performance, Not Brexit Fears

An investor should look squarely at security selection and analysis, not on uncontrollable events and decisions.

European Banks Are Worrisome, but Now's Not the Time to Sell: Jim Cramer’s Best Blogs

Jim Cramer talks about how the European banks have him worried, but how it's not the right time to sell. Keep calm and carry on.

Weekly Roundup

Whatever momentum the market gained early in the week, Brexit wrecks it.

Trifecta Stocks Weekly Roundup

Our inverse ETFs and Randgold Resources were solid performers this week thanks to today's Brexit-inspired market turmoil.

European Tech Names Hammered by 'Brexit'; Netflix Reportedly Plans to Allow Downloads

Brexit is taking a toll on the likes of Nokia and SAP, while Netflix is planning a major change and Qualcomm is suing a Chinese smartphone maker.

Alphabet Heading to Weekly Close Below $700

Unless prices suddenly reverse, look for GOOGL to trade down into next support in the $650-$625 area.

These Top 20 Companies Are Where Americans Want to Work Most

Tech firms aren't the only companies offering great perks to employees these days, according to LinkedIn's Top Attractors list.

Russell Rebalancing Having 'Brexit'-Like Effect on U.S. Stocks, Too

Ron Bundy, CEO North America at FTSE Russell, sees more defensive investors.

Brexit Is a Go, Now What?

How it affects the Trifecta Stocks portfolio, and how we are playing it today and going forward.

Alphabet’s Latest Acquisition Is a Great Fit for Google Fiber

Acquiring urban ISP Webpass will help Google inexpensively expand into new markets.

Relief Rally Jump Tough to Predict

A Brexit failure may pump up stocks, but a month’s worth of mediocre economics will likely reassert its influence.

Cramer: A Liberating Look Beyond the Prison Walls of Brexit

Let's scan who's doing what on the West Coast and how their ingenuity may impact you.

Warren Buffett Joined by Netflix, Airbnb, Salesforce Execs in Supporting Hillary Clinton

Warren Buffett, Reed Hastings, Mark Pincus, Earvin "Magic" Johnson and Drew Houston are among the many business leaders who jumped on the Hillary Clinton bandwagon today.

Jim Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: We Need More Mergers Right Now

There are way too many companies but the U.S. government has thrown a chill into M&A, Cramer says.

Will Google Fiber Increase Your Rent? — Tech Roundup

Google Fiber will likely cause rents to go higher, while Amazon unveils its new Kindle device.

One Reason Why Alphabet (GOOGL) Stock is Advancing Today

Alphabet (GOOGL) stock is higher on Wednesday afternoon as Pacific Crest said the company’s Google cloud computing business is poised for success and not appreciated in the shares.

Amazon and Jeff Bezos Are the Ones to Beat in Game of Clouds

Amazon Web Services holds a commanding lead in cloud computing services, but tough competition is coming.

Tesla and Solar City: Double Bubble?

If Tesla buys renewable energy company Solar City, the question is whether two overvalued companies could find a way to make money together.

Add Alphabet Under $700

Expectations of healthy growth for years to come make the online giant a sound long-term investment.

SoftBank Departure Shows Japan Inc. Can't Accept Change

The heir apparent at one of Japan's most innovative companies has fallen on his sword.

Focus on Performance, Not Brexit Fears

An investor should look squarely at security selection and analysis, not on uncontrollable events and decisions.