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Alphabet Slips Following News Report On Google+ User Data Breach
Article By: The Fly
Monday, October 8, 2018 2:27 PM EDT
In afternoon trading, class A shares of Alphabet have dropped over 2% to $1,140.01.
In this article: GOOG, GOOGL
Sept. 8th Week In Review: How Trump's Policies Moved Stocks
Article By: The Fly
Saturday, September 8, 2018 9:51 PM EDT
Catch up on the top industries and stocks that were impacted, or were predicted to be impacted, by the comments, actions and policies of President Trump and his administration with this weekly recap.
In this article: , NYT, CMCSA, CMCSK, NKE, GOOG, FB, TWTR, GOOGL
FANG Stocks Remain Market Leaders (No Matter What People Say)
Article By: Bob Lang
Tuesday, September 4, 2018 8:26 PM EDT
When Jim Cramer and I came up with the FANG acronym (for Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google) back in early 2013, we had no idea the concept would take off like it did. Despite the naysayers, the FANG stocks remain market leaders.
In this article: AMZN, GOOG, NFLX, FB
Infographic: What Does Google Know About You?
Article By: Jeff Desjardins
Sunday, August 12, 2018 1:06 AM EDT
Like many other enterprising tech giants, Google must accumulate massive amounts of personal data to monetize its services – and in the process, the company develops an astonishingly robust picture of what you’re all about. Here's what Google knows.
In this article: GOOGL, GOOG Also: FB
Why GOOG Is A $1900 Stock
Article By: Robert Maltbie
Friday, August 10, 2018 10:10 AM EDT
Google’s earnings per share (EPS) over the last four quarters was $23.62 (as of Q218). Applying a 15% growth rate to that earnings per share over a 5 year period results in a projected EPS of $47.50 in 2023.
In this article: GOOG


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"The Bubble Is About To Burst": BofA's 10 Reasons To Sell Tech Stocks
Craig Newman 4/9/2018 10:08:09 PM

Give me a break, how’s $GOOG and $FB a bubble with their PE and PEG? BoA should worry about the flattening yield curve.

U.S. Major Indices Fail To Hold Onto Gains In 2018 Q1
Jason Stewart 3/30/2018 9:54:03 PM

I'm actually a bit surprised by the weakness seen in $GOOG as their fundamentals are still in place and going strong. They are also developing a lucrative range of investments ranging from self driving tech to robotics, This differs significantly from $FB despite the fact that both companies are in the business of customer data.

Roku, Next Big Tech Flop Or Opportunity?
Ayelet Wolf 1/18/2018 11:36:31 AM

Why is #Roku any better than #Google's Chromecast or #Amazon Fire TV Stick? I've never used Roku but the I have the other two. The Fire TV Stick was far superior in my opinion, with it's dedicated voice remote. Especially if you are deeply integrated into the Amazon Echo system.

But more recently Google seems to be winning out by having it's technology already integrated into far more TV sets. Why do you think Roku will win out in the end?


Jefferies Ups Facebook Target To $175 On Mobile Strength
Jason Stewart 1/24/2017 3:41:41 PM

The price target seems a bit too high for my taste. $FB's user growth has been slowing for quite some time in addition to an uptick in inactive accounts. These factors will play into their attractiveness to current and future advertisers. Their heavy reliance on advertising revenue also makes them vulnerable to seasonal swings similar to $GOOG. All in all, not a fan.

Why Is Verizon Buying Yahoo!, Again?
Dhaval Mohammed Somesh 8/1/2016 6:00:57 PM

It's interesting to see the fall of Yahoo $YHOO over the years because of boneheaded decisions. It comes back to bite them now as we see them sell for roughly $5 billion. I'll never forget in 1998 the chance they had to buy google $GOOG for $1 million.

PayPal: Up And Away
Jared Green 2/4/2016 6:10:07 PM

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Google Plays Against The Name Game Rules
Duanne Johnson 8/14/2015 1:25:28 AM

I would have to agree and I have a great example. Look at Amazon. Amazon was a well establish name referring to a geographic reason. Yet these days, when anyone says Amazon, everyone immediately knows they are talking about the internet giant.

While I think Alphabet is a strange name, I don't think it will be an obstacle to Google in the slightest. If Joe Plumber were to use that as a company, the author would probably be right. But it won't be a problem for $GOOG at all.

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