46 ratings InvestorsObserver: gives Alphabet Inc Class C ( GOOG ) shares puts it in the middle of the Internet content and information industry. In addition to scores above 63 percent of stocks in the Internet content and information industry, GOOG’s overall score of 46 means the stock is earning better than 46 percent of all stocks.

GOOG has 46 total points. Find out what that means for you and get the rest of the GOOG ratings.

What do these ratings mean?

Analyzing stocks can be difficult. There are a lot of numbers and ratios, and it can be hard to remember what they all mean and what is considered “good” for a given value. InvestorsObserver: ranks stocks according to eight different criteria. We rank most of our units in percentage order to make it easy for investors to understand. A score of 46 means the stock is more attractive than 46 percent of stocks. This rating system incorporates many factors used by analysts to compare stocks in more detail. This makes it relatively easy to find the best stocks available in any industry. Using both fundamental and technical analysis, these percentage rating scores give investors an easy way to see the appeal of a particular stock. Stocks with the highest scores have the best ratings from Wall Street analysts.

What’s going on with Alphabet Inc’s Class C shares today?

Shares of Alphabet Inc Class C ( GOOG ) traded at $94.80 as of 2:47 PM on Wednesday, December 14th, down -$1.05 or -1.1% from $95.85 previously. dollars from the closing price. As of today, shares were trading between $93.94 and $97.22. Volume is light today. So far, 14,281,016 shares have been traded, compared to its average volume of 27,372,611 shares. Click here to get the full stock report for Alphabet Inc Class C shares.

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