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Google Inc. Trading in a Range

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English: NASDAQ in Times Square, New York City, USA. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Google’s main business is providing a large database of indexed web pages from across the Internet, the largest database of any other organization. It also provides a number of free and premium services to online clients including advertisement and placement.

The Market Cap for Google has grown to exceed $210 Billion on the Nasdaq stock exchange. The company has never offered a dividend as many technology investors are investing for appreciation instead of income. The company has no investor related events approaching in the near future.

Should I Invest in Google?

Google is a popular internet search engine that was established in 1996. In 2004, Google began providing shares for trading on the NASDAQ stock exchange. It is a publicly traded company; therefore, trading with Google, which goes under the symbol GOOG, is exactly the same as investing in other stocks that are available in the stock exchange. Google named itself in 2015 and is now known as Alphabet Inc. The stock recently traded as high as $768 a share near its all time high.


Many people today wonder if investing in Google is a good idea. Google has become a part of everyday life for most people. If you need to search a particular subject on the internet, you probably will Google it. Most experts on investing say that it is a good idea to invest in a company that you are familiar with. Google certainly fits that description.

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