A little over two years ago, when Google launched its new stock ticker, Alphabet, I wrote an article for Bloomberg View calling it a “fantasy,” because it was a fantasy to think that Alphabet, a $20 billion tech company, would go from a $5 billion to a $50 billion company in the coming years.
That’s not what happened.
Alphabet, which went public in January 2017, has gone from being a $2 billion company to a whopping $5.5 billion company.
It’s the most successful stock in history, and its stock price has more than doubled in the past year, thanks to Google’s $3 billion buyback program that it started a year ago.
Alphabet’s stock is now trading at a valuation of $52.6 billion, making it the most valuable publicly traded tech company in history.
Its earnings per share are up 23% from a year earlier.
And its market cap has more or less doubled, from $1.9 billion to $3.2 billion.
Its market cap was at $2.6 trillion in 2016.
So it’s worth a lot of money.
The stock’s value is up in part because of the huge growth in its Google-related businesses, and in part thanks to the Google-owned Motorola Mobility, which is now valued at $9.7 billion.
Alphabet is now worth about twice what Google was worth two years earlier.
But its stock has more room to grow.
Here are the 10 most important things you need to know about Alphabet’s recent history: Alphabet’s big growth in revenue and profits has created a huge opportunity for the company to grow its stock value.
When I wrote that article, Alphabet was valued at just under $20 a share.
Now Alphabet is valued at more than $50 a share, and that is a tremendous opportunity for Alphabet to increase its value, which means that it has a great deal of room to improve its stock valuation.
That has been the case for Alphabet for years.
When the company was a $15 billion company, it had $7 billion of cash.
Now it has more money than Google at this point in time.
This means that the company has a lot more money to spend, which will lead to a big growth cycle for the stock.
That is exactly what happened with Apple, whose value exploded in the 1990s.
Apple went from being valued at less than $200 million to more than half that amount in less than 10 years.
The same thing will happen with Google.
Alphabet will eventually have to invest in things that it doesn’t have to, like its cloud computing and search businesses.
If Google does, that could help its stock get back to its previous valuation.
Google is now an extremely valuable company.
If it goes public, it will be the most valued company in America, right behind Apple and Microsoft.
The value of Google will go up as its stock goes up, which I think is very, very good news for the rest of us investors.
But Google’s future is also incredibly uncertain.
As you can see from this chart, the stock is down about 30% in the last year.
It is a very volatile stock right now.
That doesn’t mean it won’t come back up.
The company has made some huge bets, and it’s hard to see where its future lies.
But it’s not clear where it is headed.