Alphabet Inc (GOOGL)

764.46
NASDAQ : Technology
Prev Close 764.33
Day Low/High 759.00 / 770.50
52 Wk Low/High 672.66 / 839.00
Avg Volume 1.86M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 689.24M
Market Cap 526.81B
EPS 23.10
P/E Ratio 41.65
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

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Trifecta Stocks Weekly Roundup

Although we didn't make any moves in the portfolio this week, it was nonetheless a busy one for several Trifecta positions.

Weekly Roundup

OPEC deal is among the highlights as markets finish off an explosive November. In the portfolio, we adjust the size of some of our positions.

Wait Before Buying Bank Stocks, Wedbush Equity's Massocca Says

Wait Before Buying Bank Stocks, Wedbush Equity's Massocca Says

The banking sector has been in rally mode since the election on November 8, so investors need to be patient when buying them, Wedbush Equity Management CIO Steve Massocca said.

Twitter Buys Yes, Finally Bags New Product VP

Twitter Buys Yes, Finally Bags New Product VP

The social media site hired Keith Coleman as VP of product after the position was vacant for nearly one year.

How Amazon's Rapidly Growing Cloud Business Threatens Microsoft and Oracle

How Amazon's Rapidly Growing Cloud Business Threatens Microsoft and Oracle

Amazon Web Services is building up a formidable range of features and partners, challenging the big enterprise software providers.

Silicon Valley vs. Donald Trump: Who Will Win?

Silicon Valley vs. Donald Trump: Who Will Win?

The president-elect and America's technology leaders have been at war. Here's what it means for investors.

Why Apple Can't Compete More Effectively With Google in Maps and Services

Why Apple Can't Compete More Effectively With Google in Maps and Services

While Apple is investing heavily in cloud services, Google's data and AI expertise still give it an edge in many cases. And partnering with Android's owner is a non-starter.

Investing Requires a Flexible Tool Kit

Investing Requires a Flexible Tool Kit

Buy the cheap stuff while waiting for the good stuff to go on sale.

Apple Faces a Catch-22 in its Maps and Cloud Battle with Google

Apple Faces a Catch-22 in its Maps and Cloud Battle with Google

While Apple is investing heavily in cloud services, Google's data and AI expertise still give it an edge in many cases. And partnering with Android's owner is a non-starter.

Cramer: We Need the FANGs to Bite on This Critical Day

Cramer: We Need the FANGs to Bite on This Critical Day

Plus other sectors to watch in this rotation.

Pandora Stock Soars as Company Reportedly Is Looking for a Buyer

Pandora Stock Soars as Company Reportedly Is Looking for a Buyer

The music streamer is open to being sold, according to CNBC, and SiriusXM, which previously tried to buy Pandora, could be one of its suitors.

Jim Cramer -- Amazon Is Key to Nasdaq's Resurgence

Jim Cramer -- Amazon Is Key to Nasdaq's Resurgence

Tech investors need Amazon to come back to life, Cramer said.

How Meg Whitman Molded HPE Into a Perfect Take-Private Candidate

How Meg Whitman Molded HPE Into a Perfect Take-Private Candidate

Jana, Starboard and FrontFour and others bought shares in the third quarter.

After Losing China to Alibaba, Amazon Taking No Prisoners in India

After Losing China to Alibaba, Amazon Taking No Prisoners in India

Morgan Stanley slashes the valuation of its holding in India's leading local e-commerce player Flipkart to $5.54 billion as opposed to $15.5 billion at its peak.

Alphabet, 4 Other Stocks Could Be Turning 'Toxic'

Alphabet, 4 Other Stocks Could Be Turning 'Toxic'

A big segment of stocks isn't participating in the recent rally. Here's a look at five potentially toxic trades to avoid.

Breitbart News, Former Home to Trump Advisor Bannon, Declares War on Kellogg's

Breitbart News, Former Home to Trump Advisor Bannon, Declares War on Kellogg's

Breitbart News, the alt-right website formerly run by Steve Bannon, has declared war on cereal maker Kellogg's.

Controlling User Experience Key to AT&T-Time Warner Deal

Controlling User Experience Key to AT&T-Time Warner Deal

John Martin, CEO of Time Warner's Turner unit, at a Recode event Wednesday offered some of the thinking that went into the media company's October decision to sell to AT&T.

Cramer: Not What Bulls Wanted to See

Cramer: Not What Bulls Wanted to See

You know that money coming in from the sidelines? It's pretty much gone.

Trimming Occidental, Buying More Adobe

We're moving with the market rotations.

Disney (DIS) Shouldn't Buy Netflix Now, Top Traders Advise

Disney (DIS) Shouldn't Buy Netflix Now, Top Traders Advise

Disney (DIS) wouldn't be wrong to consider acquiring Netflix (NFLX), according to a note from Bernstein on Thursday.

iHeartMedia Enters Competitive Streaming Arena

iHeartMedia Enters Competitive Streaming Arena

The mass media company will face giants such as Apple, Amazon and Alphabet as it launches its own on-demand music streaming service.

Amazon Shows Its Cloud Business Is Still in a League of Its Own

Amazon Shows Its Cloud Business Is Still in a League of Its Own

The company unveiled new features at this year's Amazon Web Services conference, making a convincing argument that rivals can't match the breadth of its offerings.

This Market Rotation Is Exposing Underlying Problems

This Market Rotation Is Exposing Underlying Problems

Right now, it is more important to protect capital than to build positions.

Norwegian, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines Plan to Set Sail for Cuba

Norwegian, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines Plan to Set Sail for Cuba

Norwegian Cruise Lines (NCLH) and Royal Caribbean Cruise Line are among several companies gearing up to announce deals with Cuba as the Obama administration pushes for better relations.

Why Small-Caps Are Crushing Big Techs

Why Small-Caps Are Crushing Big Techs

The Russell 2000 is soaring, but the FANGs have lost their bite.

Amazon's Cloud Conference Spotlights Its Competitive Edge

Amazon's Cloud Conference Spotlights Its Competitive Edge

The company has unveiled new features at this year's AWS re:Invent conference and made a convincing argument that rivals can't match the breadth of its offerings.

Did Google's Pixel Beat Apple's iPhone? -- Tech Roundup

Did Google's Pixel Beat Apple's iPhone? -- Tech Roundup

Google's Pixel device crushed the iPhone on activation rates between Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

Why Small-Caps Are Crushing Big Techs

Why Small-Caps Are Crushing Big Techs

The Russell 2000 is soaring, but the FANGs have lost their bite.