Alphabet Inc. (GOOG) Stock: Seeing Declines In Today’s Session


Alphabet Inc. (GOOG) is making a move down in the market in today’s trading session. The company, focused in the technology industry, is presently trading at $1205.50 after falling -2.11% so far in today’s session. When it comes to tech stocks, there are a number of aspects that have the potential to lead to movement in the market. One of the most common is news. Here are the recent headlines centered around GOOG:

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Mar-24-19 10:46PM YouTube denies report of plans to cancel high-end dramas, comedies
08:27PM YouTube cancels high-end dramas and comedies – Bloomberg
08:12PM YouTube cancels high-end dramas and comedies -Bloomberg
07:13PM Baidu vs. Google: What’s the Difference?
06:00PM YouTube Bows Out of Hollywood Arms Race With Netflix and Amazon

However, any time investors are making a decision to invest, prospective investors should look into much more than news, this is especially the case in the ever changing tech space. Here’s what’s going on with Alphabet Inc..

What We’ve Seen From GOOG

While a decline in a single session, like what we’re seeing from Alphabet Inc. may lead to fear in some investors, a single session fall by itself shouldn’t be the basis of a decision to, or not to, invest in a company. It’s generally a good idea to look into trends further out than a single trading session. In the case of GOOG, below are the returns on investment that we have seen:

  • Past Seven Days – Throughout the past week, GOOG has generated a change in value in the amount of 1.78%.
  • Past 30 Days – The performance from Alphabet Inc. in the past month has been 9.89%.
  • Past Quarter – In the past three months, the stock has generated a return of 17.84%
  • Past 6 Months – In the past six months, investors have seen a performance that equates to 2.94% from the stock.
  • This Year So Far – Since the the last trading session of last year GOOG has resulted in a return on investment of 16.40%.
  • Annually – Lastly, over the past year, we have seen performance in the amount of 10.51% from GOOG. In this period of time, the stock has traded at a high price of -5.37% and a low of 24.26%.

Crucial Ratios

Looking at a few key ratios having to do with a company can provide prospective investors a look of just how dangerous and/or potentially profitable a stock pick might be. Here are some of the important ratios to consider when digging into GOOG.

Short Ratio – The short ratio is a tool that’s used by investors to measure the amount of short interest. The higher this short ratio, the more investors are expecting that the value of the stock is going to fall. In general, strong technology stocks tend to have a lower short ratio. However, we also tend to see quite a few short squeezes in the sector. Nonetheless, in relation to Alphabet Inc., it’s short ratio comes to 1.26.

Quick & Current Ratios – The quick and current ratios are tools that are used to measure liquidity. Essentially, they measure whether or not a company can pay for its debts as they mature based on current assets or quick assets. Because in tech, many companies are reliant on continued support from investors as they work to bring new technologies to market, these ratios can seem upsetting. Nonetheless, quite a few better companies in the technology industry come with strong current and quick ratios. In terms of GOOG, the quick and current ratios work out to 0 and 0 respectively.  

Book To Share Value – The book to share value compares the current book value of assets currently owned by the company to the price of shares. as it relates to Alphabet Inc., the book to share value ratio works out to 255.38.

Cash To Share Value – Finally, the cash to share value ratio compares the total cash on hand to the value of shares. In terms of GOOG, the cash to share value ratio comes to 0.

Show Me The Big Money

An interesting fact I have learned in my short time on Earth has been that smart money tends to follow big money. So, investors that are looking to keep the risk down will watch trades made by institutional investors as well as insiders. So, where is the big money in regard to GOOG? Here’s what’s going on:

Institutions own 69.89% of the company. Institutional interest has moved by 0 over the past three months. When it comes to insiders, those who are close to the company currently own 0 percent of GOOG shares. Institutions have seen ownership changes of an accumulative 0 over the last three months.

What Analysts Say About Alphabet Inc.

While it’s never a good idea to unknowingly follow the thoughts of analysts, it is a smart idea to consider their thoughts when validating your own thoughts when it comes to making investment decisions in the technology industry. Below you’ll find the recent moves that we’ve seen from analysts when it comes to GOOG.

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Oct-26-18 Reiterated Canaccord Genuity Hold $1170 → $1140
Jul-24-18 Reiterated RBC Capital Mkts Outperform $1285 → $1400
Jul-24-18 Reiterated Oppenheimer Outperform $1350 → $1450
Apr-02-18 Reiterated Pivotal Research Group Hold $1110 → $1040
Jan-30-18 Reiterated Needham Buy $1150 → $1350


What have ween seen from GOOG in terms of financial results?Here’s what you’re looking for:

  • Analyst Expectations – At the moment, analysts expect that GOOG will create EPS that comes to 54.68, with 10.59 to be reported in the next financial report. Although this data is not based on earnings, because we’re chatting on the topic of Wall Street analysts, Alphabet Inc. is presently rated a 1.50 on a scale from 1 to 5 on which 1 is the poorest analyst rating and 5 is the best rating.
  • 5-Year Sales – Over the past 5 years, Alphabet Inc. has reported a movement in revenue that works out to be 0. Earnings through the past 5 years have experienced a change of 0.
  • Q/Q – In terms of quarter over quarter earnings performance, or Q/Q data as it is often explained in the world of humans, the company has experienced a change in earnings that comes to a total of 0. Alphabet Inc. has also experienced movement in regard to sales that amounts to 21.50%.

What You Need To Know About Share Counts

Traders seem to have a heavy interest in the counts of shares both available and outstanding. In terms of Alphabet Inc., currently there are 680.92M and there is a float of 603.78M. These data mean that of the total of 680.92M shares of GOOG currently in existence today, 603.78M are available to trade hands in the public space.

It’s also important to pay attention to the short percent. Think about it, if a high portion of the float is sold short, the overall opinion among traders is that the company is going to fall. In regard to GOOG, the percentage of the float that is currently being sold short is 0.32%. Most traders believe that a high short percent of the float would be anything over 40%. In my research, I’ve calculated that a short ratio over 26% is usually a play that comes with hefty risk.

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