|Day Low/High||1,136.71 / 1,154.36|
|52 Wk Low/High||977.66 / 1,296.97|
A breakout or breakdown could easily spur a move of $20 in either direction.
Shares of Alphabet are falling after earnings. See if it holds this potential support zone.
Jim updates our plan for Anadarko Petroleum, expresses his discontent with Alphabet's quarter but provides input on what needs to change, discusses BP's earnings release, and shares his thoughts on Amgen and Apple ahead of tonight's earnings!
Forget Elon Musk. My beef is with Alphabet CFO Ruth Porat.
Overall, I don't like the action I'm seeing on my screens. I've been a heavy net seller as I cut positions that are showing some relative weakness.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Alphabet's earnings, his definition of "shallowfake" and he's looking ahead to Apple's earnings.
Several Google analysts lowered estimates, as lack of visibility into revenue growth has become at least a short-term concern.
Jim Cramer tackles Alphabet's earnings, his definition of "shallowfake" and he's looking ahead to Apple's earnings. Watch it all live at 10 E.T.
Alphabet shares are set for their biggest single-day decline in nearly seven years Tuesday after the online advertizing giant posted softer-than-expected first quarter sales growth and failed to convince investors on a conference call that the slowdown will abate over the coming months.
While moderating expense growth gave a lift to Alphabet's earnings, ad changes weighed on its top line.
Global stocks slipped lower for a second consecutive session Tuesday, pulling U.S. equity futures into the red, as investors reacted to renewed weakness in China's manufacturing sector and braced for the impact of softer-than-expected revenue gains from online ad giant Alphabet Inc.
Stay focused on managing individual positions and stick with the up-trend as long as possible. Do not try to anticipate a market top.
With Alphabet's businesses seemingly performing well, give or take a few bumps in the road that could spook some growth-biased investors, the stock seems to be a compelling GARP play worth further consideration.
U.S. stock futures are mixed after Alphabet posts its weakest revenue gains since 2016; Apple, Advanced Micro Devices, General Electric and General Motors report earnings; BP's first-quarter profit tops forecasts.
We see signs that tell us not only is this market not expensive, but there are whole sections that might be ridiculously cheap. The recent merger announcements are a prime example.
Plus, this market is at fair value -- and Alphabet is a reminder of how mispriced stocks can be.
Breadth still hasn't turned around a key indicator of the market's health.
Jim Cramer says a dip ahead of earnings can be the best protection against a hammering when a stock comes in too hot.
Shares are likely to be weak after revenue miss, which could create an opportunity for investors.
It would be much more interesting if there was some greed or fear rather than indifference.
Alphabet was able to top earnings estimates by a wide margin, but revenues were another matter.
TheStreet and Real Money columnists Eric Jhonsa and Chris Versace analyze Alphabet's first-quarter earnings report and call with investors.
With programmatic advertising hot, it might be time to pay some attention again to Alphabet, which is primed to ride the trend with YouTube TV.
Jim discusses his thoughts on Disney, what to do with Anadarko, what he expects from Alphabet earnings, and more!
Alphabet is awaiting word today on whether the U.S. Supreme Court will hear its appeal of a $9 billion copyright lawsuit filed by tech rival Oracle Corp.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Alphabet's earnings and what investors should be watching.
Curious about what Jim Cramer is watching? Here's his breakdown on Alphabet, Disney and the market movers.
Jim Cramer's weighing in on his Twitter battle with Elon Musk, Disney's all-time high, Alphabet's earnings and the biggest market movers as Wall Street kicks off the week
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