Google Stock Hits $1,000 for First Time Ever
2013 Financial Tables | Google
Shares Cross $1,000 as Company Shows Mobile Advertising Is Working
Google Stock Hits $1,000 for First Time Ever | Mashable
Google is officially part of the ultra-exclusive $1,000 club.
Google stock hits record on quarterly results | USA Today
グーグル株が急騰、初めて1000ドルの大台突破 | WSJ.com
So how did the company do it? Advertisements on good old-fashioned search.
And Google’s non-advertising revenue continues to be a tiny proportion of the company’s overall business—just 9% of revenue.
Google Stock Tops $1,000, Highlighting a Tech Divide | NYTimes.com
Google closed up 14 percent on Friday, at $1,011.41, after a better-than-expected earnings release late Thursday. The jump brought its gain since its initial offering to roughly 1,100 percent. During the same period, the shares of Amazon.com rose 830 percent. Samsung, which makes smartphones as well as the chips that go into many other manufacturers’ devices, rose 760 percent. And Apple leapt a staggering 3,300 percent.
By comparison, the overall Nasdaq composite rose 120 percent, while Microsoft — 10 years ago the most feared giant in technology — gained just 28 percent.
Google Stock Tops $1,000, Highlighting a Tech Divide | ParisLemon
While I largely think the stock market has a bit too many forces at play to serve as a good barometer, at a high level, this data seems pretty telling.