Alphabet Inc. Class C (GOOG)

2,833.50
NASDAQ
Prev Close 2,828.24
Day Low/High 2,821.29 / 2,844.00
52 Wk Low/High 1,514.62 / 2,936.41
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 666.75B
Market Cap 1885.74B
P/E Ratio 36.76
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
Trader's Daily Notebook: Maybe Jobs Report Will Loosen Things Up

Trader's Daily Notebook: Maybe Jobs Report Will Loosen Things Up

But I rarely place too much faith in an economic release.

Wall Street on Hurricane Matthew Watch as Storms Barrels to Florida

Wall Street on Hurricane Matthew Watch as Storms Barrels to Florida

2 million Americans have been urged to evacuate along the U.S. Southeast coast as Hurricane Matthew barrels to Florida.

Twitter Expected to Field Offers to buy Social Media Network This Week

Twitter Expected to Field Offers to buy Social Media Network This Week

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff is said to be very interested in buying Twitter.

My Takeaways and Observations

A range-bound market yawner -- despite the spirited Congressional inquisition of John Stumpf, CEO of Wells Fargo . Stumpf must go. Charts. Discipline trumps conviction. The markets are ignoring the singing canaries. The BOJ (where there is more unce...

Time to Chill on the Relevance of FANG

Time to Chill on the Relevance of FANG

The setup seen today in these four stocks can be found among many other equities.

Apple Is Polished as Big Names Bounce

Apple Is Polished as Big Names Bounce

But there are still plenty of stocks that haven't recouped market losses.

Fear of Being Left Out Is Lifting Indices

Fear of Being Left Out Is Lifting Indices

The overall technical condition of the indices remains negative.

My Takeaways and Observations

Phew! One can't apply rational analysis to the daily price action any more. As I wrote yesterday and this morning, the only certainty to me is the likely increased volatility ahead. At least based on the last two days, I apparently was a master of u...

The Target on Amazon's Back Will Only Get Bigger, but That's a Good Thing

The Target on Amazon's Back Will Only Get Bigger, but That's a Good Thing

Amazon could attract regulatory attention from the EU as it continues to expand, but tailwinds are stronger than any obstacles.

Sell Apple: The iPhone 7 Is 'Crapple'

"Remember, a dead fish can float down a stream, but it takes a live one to swim upstream." -- W. C. Fields The terms that I would use to yesterday's iPhone 7 introduction from Apple are "boring," "uninteresting" and "humdrum." Or as The Wall Street ...

Facebook, Ford Popular Buys in August Despite Dull Market

Facebook, Ford Popular Buys in August Despite Dull Market

The S&P 500 was flat during the month of August, but there was a lot of buying under the surface in stocks like Facebook and Ford, according to TD Ameritrade.

The Gospel According to Byron (Chapter Three)

Here's more of Byron Wien's September commentary, in which he rounds up what some of Wall Street's titans had to say at his series of "Benchmark Lunches" over the summer. You can check out the beginning of his missive here and here, or read on below...

Cisco Cutting Jobs as it Refocuses Business on Software From Hardware

Cisco Cutting Jobs as it Refocuses Business on Software From Hardware

Cisco is cutting jobs as it transitions from hardware to software.

Apple and Berkshire Are Better than Cash

Apple and Berkshire Are Better than Cash

Parking money in either makes sense in today's low-rate world.

Housing, Biotech Offer Affordable Growth

Housing, Biotech Offer Affordable Growth

These sectors offer value as the S&P 500 trades at 19x earnings.

A Look Back, and a Look Ahead

A Look Back, and a Look Ahead

Tech's giant reported this week. Expect July jobs numbers next week.

Alphabet Had an Impressive Quarter and Its Stock Could Run Further, Says Jim Cramer

Alphabet Had an Impressive Quarter and Its Stock Could Run Further, Says Jim Cramer

Jim Cramer loves Alphabet's accelerating revenue and he likes the stock's valuation, too.

The Breakout That Didn't Happen

The Breakout That Didn't Happen

Stocks do little ahead of BoJ meeting and AMZN and GOOGL earnings.

2 Great Books for Investors to Check Out

2 Great Books for Investors to Check Out

Wall Street should listen to Spencer Jakab and Angela Duckworth.

Watch for Earnings and Fed News Next Week

Watch for Earnings and Fed News Next Week

Apple and other tech giants will report, while the FOMC also meets.

Minor Weakness Doesn't Deter Buyers

Minor Weakness Doesn't Deter Buyers

Market's junk stocks attract traders.

Alphabet, Facebook Beat Yahoo! at Its Own Game, Says Jim Cramer

Alphabet, Facebook Beat Yahoo! at Its Own Game, Says Jim Cramer

Yahoo!'s earnings indicated that the company is a 'defeated team,' says Jim Cramer.

Bank of England Leaves Interest Rates Unchanged, Stocks set for Record

Bank of England Leaves Interest Rates Unchanged, Stocks set for Record

This is not a broken record-we are set to open firmly in record territory today.

Is It Finally Showtime for Pandora Media?

Is It Finally Showtime for Pandora Media?

The stock of the music service looks set to burst out.

Toothless TFANGs?

It's always a warning sign when the market's leadership falters, but that's precisely what's happening to the TFANGs. All five of TFANG components -- Tesla (TSLA), Facebook (FB), Amazon (AMZN), Netflix (NFLX) and Google/Alphabet (GOOG, GOOGL) -- are...

Add Alphabet Under $700

Add Alphabet Under $700

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

Trader's Daily Notebook: Tech Selloff Hints At Reasons to Go Long

Trader's Daily Notebook: Tech Selloff Hints At Reasons to Go Long

Tech and biotech are worth watching in a week dominated by the Brexit vote.

Shorting More QQQ as the TFANGs Slump

I'm expanding short of the PowerShares QQQ ETF (QQQ) as the TFANGs, which have served as the market's leadership for years, appear to be breaking down and rolling over. Facebook (FB) -- which in my view is the best of the TFANG stocks -- began to se...

Is Netflix the New AOL?

I continue to regard Netflix (NFLX) as unattractive, and I remain short on the stock. While the FANGs have propelled the market's growth segment higher, I think the fundamentals justify the "F," "A" and "G" components' gains (although valuations are...

Lightning Round, Part One

Here are answers to some of your questions to me this morning. Keep 'em coming at gentilerealmoney@gmail.com and I'll answer some more at around 2 p.m. ET. Q. What is your take on TransDigm Group (TDG)? Do I buy it here or wait until it comes down l...