Alphabet appears to have spooked investors with its fourth-quarter earnings report. The stock shed 3 percent immediately after the report and was in negative territory Tuesday morning before ending the day up close to 1 percent.
The company on Monday beat Wall Street expectations on earnings and revenue. The figures aren't comparable to the fourth quarter of 2017, so it's hard to judge growth. But a beat on the top and bottom lines would normally send a stock up, not down.
So here's what shareholders might have seen that they didn't like: