Should I Buy Alphabet Inc - Class A (GOOGL) stock as it declined to $2,253.45 today? Is it best stock to buy?

Latest price action

Alphabet Inc - Class A (GOOGL) declined on 11:58:15 AM. Its latest stock price is $2,253.45 indicating change of -0.04%.

Latest volume

About 358,757 shares exchanged hands on 11:58:15 AM for Alphabet Inc - Class A (GOOGL), compared with an average daily volume of 1,591,453 shares.

Daily price range

After opening the trading day at , shares of Alphabet Inc - Class A traded within a range of to .

52 weeks price range

In the last 52 weeks, shares of Alphabet Inc - Class A has gone down to $1,205.00 marking it 52 week low and gone up at $2,273.97 indicating it 52 week high. Its year till date change is 28.59%.

P/E ratio

Shares of Alphabet Inc - Class A is currently trading at $2,253.45 indicating P/E ratio of 38.45 .

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About Alphabet Inc - Class A

Larry Page and Sergey Brin founded Google in September 1998. Since then, the company has grown to more than 130,000 employees worldwide, with a wide range of popular products and platforms like Search, Maps, Ads, Gmail, Android, Chrome, Google Cloud and YouTube. In October 2015, Alphabet became the parent holding company of Google.

Recent GOOGL News


Wed Apr 14 14:46:16 UTC 2021

The Guardian: Warren Buffett, Amazon, Starbucks and others condemn voting restrictions in letter

?Voting is the lifeblood of our democracy,? says the double-page letter published in the New York Times and Washington Post Amazon, BlackRock, Google, Starbucks, billionaire investor Warren Buffett and hundreds of other companies published a letter on Wednesday condemning ?discriminatory legislation? designed to hinder voting rights in the US. The letter ? the biggest statement yet from corporate America ? follows weeks of heated debate over corporate opposition to a series of Republican sponsored bills that critics charge will restrict voting rights in states across the US. Continue reading? [more....]

Wed Apr 14 14:36:44 UTC 2021

Business Insider: Big Tech has turned to Nicholas Bloom for help navigating their return to the office. Here's what the Stanford economist recommends.

Summary List Placement Tens of millions of Americans are working from home, often for the first time, discovering the arrangement's surprising benefits, even amid all the misery of the pandemic. And they've been hounding their managers for answers so they can start planning their post-COVID-19 lives. Should they re-sign the lease on their $3,000 studio in San Francisco? Can they move to Hawaii ? Which school should they enroll their kids in this fall? Desperate for advice, many companies have turned to Nicholas Bloom, an economics professor at Stanford University. He was not only one of the few economists who had ever studied remote work before 2020 but also already in Silicon Valley's backyard teaching at a university that's basically synonymous with the tech industry. Since last spring, Bloom, 47, has presented his research on remote work to about 100 managers at companies including Microsoft, Facebook, Google, Apple, Twitter, Intel, and ServiceNow. From the beginning, Bloom has recommended that companies adopt a partial work-from-home policy: one to three days at home and the rest of the week in the office. [more....]

Wed Apr 14 13:00:48 UTC 2021

Business Insider: Amazon challenges Apple's AirPods Pro with new Echo Buds that feature improved noise cancellation

Summary List Placement Amazon is betting that as the weather gets nicer, more people will be looking to take Alexa on the go. The online retail giant is releasing a new pair of Echo Buds with a $120 starting price, revamped design, Amazon's own active noise cancellation technology instead of Bose's, optional wireless charging, and improved audio and microphone quality. The launch comes at a time when the market for wireless earbuds continues to expand. Samsung, for example, just debuted the Galaxy Buds Pro earlier this year, Google is preparing to release a new pair of Pixel Buds this year according to 9to5Google , and Bloomberg reports that Apple may launch redesigned AirPods in 2021. It's also another sign that Amazon is continuing to invest in Alexa's future outside the home, coming after it released its first pair of Alexa-enabled smart glasses in late 2020. Amazon Echo Buds (2nd gen) price and availability The new Echo Buds ship in May and are available for preorder on Amazon starting April 14. [more....]

Wed Apr 14 11:47:10 UTC 2021

CNN: Amazon, Google, GM, Starbucks and hundreds of companies join to oppose voting restrictions

Hundreds of prominent executives from high-profile companies, including Amazon, Google, BlackRock and Starbucks, signed a statement that opposes discriminatory legislation that makes voting harder. [more....]

Wed Apr 14 11:12:19 UTC 2021

Benzinga: Tech Companies Protest Sector Partiality Under US Chips Act: Bloomberg

Groups representing some of the global technology companies wrote a warning letter to the congressional leaders of both parties and White House officials, against sector preference under the Chips for America Act and objecting to automakers? plea for production ramp-up of basic chips, Bloomberg reports . The technology companies represented included Advanced Micro Devices Inc (NASDAQ: AMD ), Intel Corp (NASDAQ: INTC ), Qualcomm Inc (NASDAQ: QCOM ), Texas Instruments Inc (NASDAQ: TXN ), Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (NYSE: TSM ), Samsung Electronics Co Ltd (OTC: SSNLF ), Alphabet Inc?s (NASDAQ: GOOG ) (NASDAQ; GOOGL) Google, Twitter Inc (NYSE: Full story available on Benzinga.com [more....]

Wed Apr 14 10:08:13 UTC 2021

Yahoo Finance UK: Bitcoin hit $1trn market cap faster than Apple, Amazon and Google

Bitcoin reached the milestone in 12 years, while it took Apple 42 years and Amazon 24. [more....]

Wed Apr 14 09:50:00 UTC 2021

Business Insider: Coinbase's big day ? JPMorgan poaches Marcus exec ? Merrill trainees are still on pause

Summary List Placement Good morning and welcome to Insider Finance. I'm Dan DeFrancesco, and here's what's on the agenda today: JPMorgan Chase poached a trio of executives from Goldman Sachs, Wells Fargo, and Google to focus on digital banking. Merrill Lynch's decision to halt financial advisor trainees from reaching out to prospective clients is hurting the group's morale. The future of WFH could be filled with uncertainty . Nicholas Bloom, an economics professor at Stanford University, explains what to expect. If you're not yet a subscriber, you can sign up here to get your daily dose of the stories dominating banking, business, and big deals. Like the newsletter? Hate the newsletter? Feel free to drop me a line at ddefrancesco@businessinsider.com or on Twitter @DanDeFrancesco . JPMorgan Chase poached a top Marcus exec along with key hires from Wells Fargo and Google to support a 'huge agenda' for digital banking JPMorgan Chase nabbed three new executives who will bolster its digital-banking efforts. [more....]

Wed Apr 14 09:14:42 UTC 2021

Benzinga: La Jolla CA Interior Designer Marketing Google Reputation Ranking Service Launch

San Diego, United States, April 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ProMediaAuthority, an online marketing solutions provider focused on helping local businesses gain exposure, has launched a collection of tools and services tailored to the needs of interior design firms in La Jolla, California and the surrounding area. More details can be found at https://promediaauthority.com/branding The new suite of marketing tools and services builds on the expertise and resources of ProMediaAuthority to level the playing field for La Jolla interior designers. It will help them to increase their online traffic and drive revenue growth through building brand authority and awareness. ProMediaAuthority is offering a set of solutions that allow local interior design businesses to benefit from a multi-channel approach at competitive prices. The company ? Full story available on Benzinga.com [more....]

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