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Today's GOOGL Stock Price Rally Is Just the Start

The Alphabet Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOGL) stock price is soaring today (Friday) after the tech titan posted a 24% increase in quarterly profit.

Today's staggering gains are just the start.

Here's why GOOGL has much more room to run...

GOOGL Stock Price Climbs on New Video Service and Is Headed Higher

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Earnings in Q1 2016 didn't live up to Wall Street's expectations, and the GOOGL stock price has dropped over 5% this year.

But unlike Wall Street, we're looking at Alphabet's long-term outlook.

If you're a GOOGL stock owner or plan to invest in the company, you can't miss this exclusive report we made for our subscribers...

Alphabet Stock Just Received This "Cordless" Buy Signal

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The Alphabet stock price has fallen more than 6% since early April.

But there are several catalysts that will send the Alphabet stock price on a long-term rally.

And the company just announced a highly profitable catalyst today...

Should I Buy GOOGL Stock After Q1 2016 Earnings?

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The GOOGL stock price today is slightly down right before Q1 2016 earnings are announced on Thursday, April 21, 2016.

The tech giant has rewarded investors over the last 12 months with returns over 45%, but it's not a guarantee Alphabet will beat expectations in this quarter.

So right before earnings are announced, we had to make sure our readers knew if GOOGL was a good investment in 2016. Here's what we found...

This Week's Google Stock Price Drop Is Just a Short-Term Hiccup

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Google shares have slipped this week, but investors ought to look past the Google stock price's latest hiccup.

The company continues to be an innovator and its stock an outperformer.

Here's why we're bullish on GOOGL...

Why Alphabet Stock Is Our Pick of the Week


Alphabet stock is the Money Morning Pick of the Week.

Alphabet Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOGL, GOOG) is still better-known as Google, which now is a wholly owned subsidiary of the parent company created last fall.

The stock is up 26% over the last eight months as earnings have outperformed.

But success has only made Alphabet hungrier. And that's a big part of why Money Morning Technical Trading Specialist D.R. Barton calls GOOGL a "legacy stock"...

Google's "Other Bets" Are THE Reason You Want to Own GOOGL Stock

Alphabet Inc.'s Q4 2015 earnings surpassed expectations for both revenue and profits. That's great... considering the best is yet to come.

Analysts are having trouble with something Google calls "other bets" and the fact that those investments cost the company a whopping $3.5 billion in losses.

A lot of individual investors, meanwhile, find it hard to imagine GOOGL stock going too much higher, let alone a lot higher.

Both groups are missing something really critical that we talk about all the time...

Alphabet Stock Crushed Q4 Earnings Because of This One Reason  

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In its latest Q4 earnings report, Alphabet beat all analyst expectations and grew its revenue 18% over the year. Alphabet continues to prove its ability to turn a profit even as the global economy remains sluggish.

Nearly four weeks ago, Money Morning Technical Trading Specialist D.R. Barton predicted on CNBC that Alphabet stock would outperform its sector in early 2016.

Barton was on CNBC again Monday to talk about why Alphabet stock is doing better than the broader markets. GOOG is now up 1.6% for the year, with the Dow down about 8%.

Here's the one big reason Alphabet stock is up - and why shares will continue this rise in 2016...

The Biggest Reason the GOOGL Stock Rally Will Continue in 2016

GOOGL stock climbed more than 5% this morning (Tuesday) to an all-time high of $807.94 after parent company Alphabet crushed earnings after the bell Monday.

And according to Money Morning experts, there's one major reason why the GOOGL stock rally won't end any time soon.

Why Alphabet Stock Surpassed Apple in This One Key Category

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Alphabet stock has hit a milestone only a select few companies ever reach.

On Tuesday morning Alphabet Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOGL), formerly known as Google Inc., dethroned Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) as the most valuable company on the planet following a strong Q4 earnings beat.

But what's remarkable is that Alphabet has reached this pinnacle with so much growth potential ahead of it.

Here's how Alphabet became the world's most valuable company...

10 Numbers That Stunned Investors This Week

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Here are this week's need-to-know facts about the stock market, economy, Wall Street, and life-changing global events...

It's the numbers that count in this crazy world. They can tell stories that words sometimes can't.

Here's a look at some of the fascinating, infuriating, amusing, depressing, and altogether important numbers that the world has put up on the board recently - and why you need to know them...

Why Google Stock Is a Buy (Nasdaq: GOOG)

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Google will release Q3 earnings for 2015 on Oct. 22.

Even before the earnings, investors want to know if they should buy Google stock today.

Read on to learn if this tech company can earn GOOG stock owners a big pay day...

The 5 Most Ambitious Google Projects After Q3 2015 (Nasdaq: GOOG)

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Alphabet Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOG, GOOGL), formerly known as Google Inc. up until Aug. 10, is at the end of its third quarter 2015.

It's been an impressive 14 weeks for the innovation powerhouse. To start, GOOG stock is up more than 12% in Q3 alone. That's a $55 billion market cap increase -- which means Google almost doubled the entire value of eBay Inc. (Nasdaq: EBAY), worth $29.4 billion, in a single quarter.

As remarkable as that sounds, Google's stretch into truly surprising areas is the real standout story of its third quarter.

Here are five of the most ambitious Google projects in Q3 2015...

Google Event Shows Off New Chromecast, Nexus Devices (GOOGL)

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A Google event today (Tuesday) served as a showcase for the tech giant's latest versions of its Chromecast streaming video device, its Nexus smartphones, and its Android operating system.

While the phones weren't anything special, the Chromecast announcements gave us a window into a much larger Google strategy.

Here's what happened at the Google event, and why it matters...

How Does Google Make Money? (GOOGL)

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How does Google make money?

Anyone who's ever done search on Google Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOGL, GOOG) knows it costs nothing to do so. The same goes for most Google services, such as Google Docs, Google Maps, and Gmail. All free.

Here's how Google makes money - and lots of it...