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ALPHABET INC.
Industry: Internet Content & Information
End of Day: 31 January 2023 GMT-5
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Industry: Internet Content & Information

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Market Cap
1.279t
1M Daily Avg. Vol
33.303m
3Y P/B Range
3.6 - 7.9
52W Range
83.34 - 151.55
3Y P/S Range
4 - 8
3Y DivYield Range
-

Company Info

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Alphabet is a holding company. Internet media giant Google is a wholly owned subsidiary. Google generates 99% of Alphabet revenue, of which more than 85% is from online ads. Google’s other revenue is ...

Key Ratios

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3Y Rev Growth
22.10%
3Y Operating Profit Growth
32.60%
Operating Margin
28.00%
FCF Margin
22.20%
ROE
19.40%
ROA
13.80%

Income

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Total Revenues (USD, MM)
282.11k
Net Income (USD, MM)
66.99k
Net Margin
24.40%

Balance Sheet

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Total Assets (USD, MM)
358.26k
Total Liabilities (USD, MM)
104.63k
Book Value Per Share
19.60

Cash Flow

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Operations (USD, MM)
92.82k
Investing (USD, MM)
-25.09k
Financing (USD, MM)
-68.64k

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Financial Services redefined: the new competitive landscape

What do telecoms, supermarkets, airlines, insurance providers, car manufacturers, social media giants, travel companies and BigTechs have in common? The answer is that they are redefining how finance services will be delivered in the future. Let’s take a look.

The financial services competitive landscape is being re-drawn as an increasing number of players from other industries are entering the game and claiming a pie from a global revenue pool that amounts to trillions of dollars. The main reasons can be summarized as follows:

— The use of technology has put traditional capabilities and infrastructure in the background, placing emphasis on brands and their ability to build trusted customer relationships that will expand far beyond their original, core offering.

— The decoupling of the customer experience from infrastructure and the ability of a variety of players to re-position themselves in a value chain that is becoming more industry agnostic and brand depended.

— Embedded finance is changing the name of the game in terms of enabling any company to offer financial services using BaaS capabilities. Examples such as taxis integrating payments, retailers offering BNPL at check-out or SMEs opening an account or getting financing from their payments’ provider are typical use cases.

— The platform-based, ecosystem model has surfaced as the dominant business model of the new economy. Network effects, control of the customer experience, reduced disintermediation, new revenue streams and multiple interaction touch points as part of wider, end-to-end, digital experiences are at the main triggers behind this new reality. It is indicative that all of today’s top 10 financial institutions in terms of market capitalization are platforms.

— As the APIsation of financial services continues, so does the industry maturity in the direction of Open Finance and the Open Economy. This, in turn, is a critical enabler of platforms controlling and enabling customer access to varying combinations of products and services, often going beyond banking.

— The increasingly number and complexity of financial services' offerings has led to the so-called re-bundling, i.e. the need of servicing multiple customer needs under a single digital roof. The race for a western SuperApp champion acting as single access point for an interconnected layer of products and services, going far beyond banking and payment, is wide open.

Going forward, immersive, seamless, and frictionless customer experiences with a strong hyper-personalization focus and open data at their core are three elements that will collectively define the next evolutionary phase of an increasingly borderless, cross-industry competitive landscape where traditional competitive advantages come under pressure.

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Metaverse Timeline

Although below infographic shows history of Metaverse , real immersive adoption is yet to be come.

3 Technologies that will shape the future of the metaverse – and the human experience , which could include virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and brain-computer interfaces (BCI)

You've probably heard the hype: the metaverse is going to change the way you live.

However, a lot has happened in these 30 years, from Philip Rosedale's 'Second Life' online virtual world in 2003 to Mark Zuckerberg's 2021 announcement $NASDAQ:META metaverse plan.

Major technology companies including Apple ( $NASDAQ:AAPL ) , Google ( $NasdaqGS:GOOGL ) , Meta ( $NASDAQ:META ), Microsoft ( $NASDAQ:MSFT ), Niantic, and Valve are developing the tech that will shape the future of the metaverse.

2 years of a pandemic have prompted us to redefine "virtual." No one's perfected what the future will look like yet. But a rethinking of what it means to gather virtually and at scale is underway. And lots of people want to define it.

For sure businesses will soon need professionals whose job is to create a presence and potentially build with Web3 technologies and concepts in the metaverse — and there's plenty that businesses can do now to prepare for that.

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Top Blockchain Technologies Used by the Top 100 Institutions (OCTOBER 2022)

These 100+ companies are exploring decentralisation and Web3 applications is one of many proofs that this technology and architectural approach has a bright future.

#Metaverse #MetaVI #web3 @metaverse @metaverse中文

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US TV Time in October 2022:

• 37% Streaming (+9pp Y/Y).

• 33% Cable (-4pp Y/Y).

• 26% Broadcast (-2pp Y/Y).

• 4% Other (-3pp Y/Y).

Streaming breakdown (37% of total):

• 8.5% YouTube $NasdaqGS:GOOGL (+2.7pp Y/Y).

• 7.2% Netflix $NASDAQ:NFLX (+0.4pp Y/Y).

• 4.0% Hulu (+0.8pp Y/Y).

• 2.8% Prime Video $NASDAQ:AMZN (+0.7pp Y/Y).

• 2.0% Disney+ $NYSE:DIS (+0.6pp Y/Y).

• 12.8% Other Streaming (+3.7pp Y/Y).

In the past days the 5 western BigTechs have collectively lost $700 billion in market cap, whereas Apple’s worth surpassed that of Amazon, Alphabet, Meta and Netflix combined. What’s happening with BigTech? Let’s take a look.

The trigger for this massive loss was the publishing of their latest...

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SQL vs. NoSQL: Cheatsheet for AWS ($NASDAQ:AMZN), Azure ($NASDAQ:MSFT) and Google Cloud ($NasdaqGS:GOOGL).

Apple ($NASDAQ:AAPL ) is now worth more than:

Combination of Google ($NasdaqGS:GOOGL ),

Amazon ($NASDAQ:AMZN ),

Meta ($NASDAQ:META ), and

Netflix ($NASDAQ:NFLX )

Alphabet Q3 FY22 Income Statement 🔴$NasdaqGS:GOOGL

Revenue by segment (growth Y/Y):

  • Advertising $54.5 billion (+3% Y/Y).
  • Google Search & other $39.5 billion (+4%).
  • YouTube ads $7.1 billion (-2%).
  • Google Network $7.9 billion (-2%).
  • Google Cloud $6.9 billion (+38%).

Google Other $6.9 billion...

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