Google’s A shares have frequently traded at a small premium to its C shares, showing the market does place some value on voting power (the 2019 share price quoted above is for the A shares).
The bottom line is Google allows investors to buy large shares of its equity but relinquishes little control.
Is Google a good buy now?
Amid the coronavirus-driven market sell-off, Google stock dropped below its 200-day moving average on March 9. GOOGL stock is down nearly 20% from its all-time high. It’s not a good time to be buying any stocks. Bottom line: Google stock is not a buy.
What will Google stock be worth in 2020?
Alphabet stock price forecast* for tomorrow, and next weeks based on the last 30 days
|2020-02-28||Price: 1519.790||Min: 1498.590|
|2020-02-29||Price: 1522.730||Min: 1502.080|
|2020-03-01||Price: 1526.480||Min: 1505.130|
|2020-03-02||Price: 1545.320||Min: 1524.980|
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Why is Google stock so expensive?
Why are Google stock prices so high and expensive? This cursory analysis should demonstrate why the shares cost so much – people are willing to pay more than $500 per share of Google because the company is worth more than $300B and that value is divided among a finite number of shares.
Can I invest in Google?
Investing in a stock generally requires you to pay the share price multiplied by the number of shares bought. If you wanted 100 shares of Google (GOOG), now Alphabet Inc., it would cost around $108,000 (100 * $1080.00) as of March 2018. However, there is an alternative method that requires less capital: options.