Alphabet Inc. (GOOG) Market Cap, Stock Prices, Chart & Financials

Alphabet Inc.
GOOG
$2,256.0

PriceChange %ChangeMarketcapOpenHighLowCloseVolume52 Week RangeSectorIndustryEPSDividend YieldDividend RateEmployeesCountryLast Updated
$2,256.04.20%$90.11.5T$2,195.8$2,256.0$2,191.2$2,165.91,456,588
Communication ServicesInternet Content & Information110.585163,906United States20 hours ago

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Google Historical Market Cap

YearMarket cap
2022$1,451,617,026,048.0
2021$1.951 T
2020$1.185 T
2019$921.13 B
2018$723.55 B
2017$729.45 B
2016$539.06 B
2015$528.16 B
2014$359.50 B

Google Revenue & Earnings

YearRevenueEarnings
2021$239.21 B$85.30 B
2020$182.52 B$48.21 B
2019$173.48 B$39.72 B
2018$145.59 B$35.02 B
2017$99.67 B$27.30 B
2016$75.94 B$24.27 B
2015$67.83 B$19.75 B
2014$59.05 B$17.36 B
2013$54.85 B$14.57 B
2012$47.82 B$13.47 B
2011$37.90 B$12.06 B
2010$29.32 B$10.38 B
2009$23.65 B$8.31 B
2008$21.79 B$6.79 B
2007$16.59 B$5.67 B
2006$10.60 B$3.32 B
2005$6.13 B$2.01 B
2004$3.18 B$1.14 B

About The Company

Alphabet Inc. provides online advertising services in the United States, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia-Pacific, Canada, and Latin America. The company offers performance and brand advertising services. It operates through Google Services, Google Cloud, and Other Bets segments.

The Google Services segment provides products and services, such as ads, Android, Chrome, hardware, Google Maps, Google Play, Search, and YouTube, as well as technical infrastructure; and digital content. The Google Cloud segment offers infrastructure and data analytics platforms, collaboration tools, and other services for enterprise customers. The Other Bets segment sells internet and TV services, as well as licensing and research and development services. The company was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California.

What Is The Market Capitalization?

Market capitalization (market cap), is the value of a publicly listed company, which refers to the current market value computed according to the share prices and the number of shares or stocks outstanding.

It is important because it acts as a reasonably good proxy for the intrinsic value of a company, that is its true value based on fundamentals such as earnings, dividends, and assets. This means it can be used to compare one company with another.