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"Best Ask" is the lowest price currently being asked for a block of stock.
$ 603.19 / $ 603.73
1 Year Target 787.5
Today's High /Low "Today's High" The highest sales price the stock has achieved during the regular trading hours, the intra-day high.
"Today's Low" The lowest sales price the stock has fallen to during the regular trading hours, the intra-day low.
Share Volume "Share Volume" is the number of shares of the stock traded on the listing exchange during current trading hours. It does not include after hours volume.
50 Day Avg. Daily Volume This is the average share volume for the past 50 trading days, for NASDAQ stocks and 90 trading days for Non-NASDAQ stocks. This field allows you to compare today's trading to the average daily volume. 2,569,022
Previous Close "Previous Close" is the previous trading day's last reported trade price during official trading hours. $ 597.79
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"52 Week Low" is the lowest sales price the stock has fallen to during the regular trading hours during the most recent 52 week period.
$ 678.64 / $ 486.2253
Market cap “Market Capitalization” is a measure of the estimated value of the common equity securities of the company or their equivalent. It does not include securities convertible into the common equity securities. “Market Capitalization” is derived from the last sale price for the displayed class of listed securities and the total number of shares outstanding for both listed and unlisted securities (as applicable). NASDAQ does not use this value to determine compliance with the listing requirements. $ 413,802,787,001
P/E Ratio "P/E Ratio" is a statistic calculated by dividing the price of a stock by the reported actual earnings per share of the issuing firm (not the same as the projected P/E ratio); it is also called the "multiple". 28.61
Forward P/E(1y) A widely used stock evaluation measure. For a security, the Price/Earnings Ratio is given by dividing the Last Sale Price by the Average EPS (Earnings Per Share) Estimate for the specified fiscal time period. The forward P/E refers to the value for the next full year.
Earnings Per Share (EPS) The EPS listed on our infoquote and Summary Quote page is "12-mos Rolling". EPS represents the portion of a company's profit allocated to each outstanding share of common stock. Net income (reported or estimated) for a period of time is divided by the total number of shares outstanding (TSO) during that period; See growth rate measures for EPS. Our vendor's methodology for the EPS on the infoquote and Summary Quote pages follows the EPS used by the majority of the analysts following the stock, in many cases this is EBITDA EPS. $ 21.10
Annualized dividend N/A
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Current Yield Indicated yield represents annual dividends divided by current stock price. 0 %
Beta "Beta" is a volatility measurement of a stock mutual fund or ETF versus a comparable benchmark like the S&P 500 stock index. A stock fund or ETF with a higher beta than the S&P 500 will rise or fall to a greater degree. In contrast, a stock fund or ETF with a low beta will rise or fall less. 1.28
NASDAQ Official Open Price NASDAQ Official Opening Price: This process identifies the NASDAQ-specific opening prices for NASDAQ-listed issues. $ 605.68
Date of Open Price "Date of Open Price" This field refers to the date the NASDAQ Official Open Price was disseminated for a given stock. It is possible that the date will not be from the current trading day; this indicates that the stock didn't trade on NASDAQ during the current trading day. The NASDAQ Official Open Price is updated only when the stock is traded on NASDAQ. Sep. 2, 2015
NASDAQ Official Close Price "NASDAQ Official Closing Price (NOCP)" is a process for identifying the NASDAQ market-specific closing price for NASDAQ-listed issues. $ 597.79
Date of Close Price This field refers to the date the NOCP was disseminated for a given stock. It is possible that the date will not be from the prior day; this indicates that the stock didn't trade on NASDAQ on the prior day. The NOCP is updated only when the stock is traded on NASDAQ. Sep. 1, 2015
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ETFs with GOOG as a Top 10 Holding*

Weighting ETF Name (Symbol) 100-Day Price Change (%)
8.15% PowerShares Nasdaq Internet Portfolio (PNQI) -2.91  (-4.03%)
4.82% First Trust DJ Internet Index Fund (FDN) -0.08  (-0.12%)
4.42% iShares U.S. Technology ETF (IYW) -9.25  (-8.68%)
3.86% SPDR Select Sector Fund - Technology (XLK) -3.14  (-7.46%)
3.78% PowerShares QQQ Trust, Series 1 (QQQ) -6.70  (-6.22%)
*Data is provided by Barchart.com. Data reflects weightings calculated at the beginning of each month. Data is subject to change.
**Green highlights the top performing ETF by % change in the past 100 days.

GOOG Company Description

Google (ticker symbol: GOOG) is an American multinational leader in technology that aims to "organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful." Founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, who were attending Stanford University at the time, Google was first incorporated as a privately held company on September 4, 1998.

From the outset, Google's core product has been its internet search engine, which remains the most popular such service across the globe. The company boasts one of the largest research groups in the world tasked with solving search problems and improving the process of accessing information.

Beyond its search engine, Google has introduced a significant number of successful products, including Gmail, Google Maps, an office suite and applications for web browsing, instant messaging and photo editing. The vast majority of Google's revenue is gained through advertising, however. Its AdWords program offers businesses an opportunity to promote their products to a targeted audience, while its AdSense program allows third parties within the Google Network to generate revenue through relevant advertisements.

The numbers tell the story of Google's global reach. The company runs more than 1 million servers in data centers around the world and processes more than 1 billion search requests on a daily basis, according to estimates.

Currently headquartered at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, California 94043, Google was reincorporated in Delaware in 2003 and operates six data centers across the U.S., one in Belgium and another in Finland. Plans are in place for the completion of three more data centers in Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong.

The leading risk factors facing Google include constantly changing technology, shifting consumer demand, service disruptions and increased competition from both established and startup companies in industries ranging from traditional media to social networking.

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