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We now know Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. – China’s embattled tech giant – has been pretending it can survive without technologies from Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL).
And now that the cat’s out of the bag, analysts are targeting 57% growth for GOOGL in under a year. This stock is pointed nowhere but up. And you can thank Huawei for that.
Every $1,000 of Google stock bought in 2010 is worth $4,300 today.
You can't go back in time and pick up those shares before they took off, but you don't have to.
Look across the ocean instead, and pick up this Chinese tech stock that's about to have a Google-like rise.
Alphabet Inc. (Google) could be looking at a potential split in the near future, thanks to overzealous government regulators and Uncle Sam's incessant desire to meddle with the private sector.
While others get distracted by the noise on Wall Street, we're staying focused on our long-term objective of building wealth through tech investing.
No one else in the mainstream media is covering the fact that tech is still performing better than the overall market and will continue to outperform.
While markets decided to ignore what are destined to be doomed attempts to cover over intractable debt crises in Greece and China, the real action in the markets last week took place in two high-flying NASDAQ stocks - Netflix and Google.
Netflix stock split 7-to-1 and the company announced strong subscriber growth, pushing its stock up from a split-adjusted $98.13 on Wednesday to $114.77 at the end of the week. The 18% pop increased its market cap to $48.7 billion and its price/earnings ratio to 210x as Wall Street analysts competed with each other to raise their price targets to ever higher levels.
Google is scheduled to report Q2 2015 earnings Thursday after the close.
The Internet search giant is expected to post strong results, but costs on new business ventures remain a key concern.
Uber, the ride-hailing app wreaking havoc on the cab industry, was reported by The New York Times late last week as pursuing purchase of Nokia Corporation's (NYSE: NOK) Here mapping service.
We've known about Google's European antitrust lawsuit for years now. That's why it's so shocking that this issue hasn't really been "baked in" to the company's share price. So when the suit heats up again, Shah thinks shareholders could be in for a rude surprise...
The European Commission has finally thrown down the Google gauntlet. But effectively defanging the search giant could require the EC to fundamentally reshape the nature of the search business in Europe.
Google Inc.'s (Nasdaq: GOOG) plan to merge its European operations might look like a defensive pullback, but it's really a potential buying opportunity. In fact, Money Morning's Defense and Tech Specialist Michael Robinson thinks the stock could soar 50% over the next three and a half years.
Google stock is one of our favorite tech plays. It got even better with the Feb. 23 announcement that Google will purchase the mobile payment company Softcard (formerly known as Isis).
Essentially, the search engine company is buying Softcard's technology to use as Google Wallet.
The purchase also guarantees pre-installment of Google Wallet on all Verizon Communication Inc. (NYSE: VZ), T-Mobile US Inc. (NYSE: PCS), and AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) Android phones in the United States starting later this year.
Money Morning's Tech Specialist Michael Robinson was spot-on with his latest Google Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOG) stock prediction.
The search engine giant is one step closer to tech world domination.
New FAA drone regulations proposed Feb. 15 aren't what tech giants Google Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOG, GOOGL) or Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) had hoped for.
"...Once you spend some time looking at them, some of the things proposed would be devastating to the future of the industry," Small UAV Coalition executive director Michael Drobac said to The Wall Street Journal Monday.
U.S. stock futures for Thursday, Jan. 22, forecasted a 70-point increase from yesterday's close.
This morning, investors jumped on an announcement by Mario Draghi and the European Central Bank (ECB) of a massive bond-purchasing program to help kick-start the struggling continent's economy to the tune of 60 billion euros a month.