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If I could own just one stock for the next decade it would be Google, says Estimize CEO Leigh Drogan. Here's why.
SAN FRANCISCO— Alphabet now comes before Apple atop the list of the world's most valuable companies. Alphabet Inc. first took the top spot during Monday's extended session following strong fourth-quarter earnings. Apple Inc.' s iPhone, meanwhile, is suffering its first downturn since it debuted eight years ago.
The last time Google was more valuable than Apple was in February 2010, when both companies were worth less than $200 billion.
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Apple Inc.' s iPhone, meanwhile, is suffering its first downturn since it debuted eight years ago. Alphabet Inc. earned $4.9 billion on revenue of $21.3 billion in the fourth quarter. Investors pushed up Alphabet stock $35.73, or 4.6 percent, to $806.50 in extended trading.
The recently restructured technology giant reported earnings of $8.67 per share on $21.33 billion in revenue as it rolled out a new reporting method.
U.S. stocks closed narrowly mixed, stabilizing on the first trading day of February, despite declines in oil and soft China manufacturing data.
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Eric Schiffer, founder and CEO of Patriarch Equity tells us what to expect of Alphabet's earnings and why he thinks it will trump Apple in market cap within hours or days.
Top technician Ari Wald of Oppenheimer says the Nasdaq 100 may be a flashing buy sign.
The "Fast Money" traders reveal their final trades of the day.