Google-Parent Alphabet Posts Q4 Loss But Hints At Future AI Reveal – ETFs To Watch

The Google-parent Alphabet (GOOG) has just unveiled their Q4 revenue sales report showing $63.1 billion, just shy of analysts expectations of $63.2 billion. Advertisement revenue fell by 4% and YouTube revenue fell 8%. CEO of Alphabet and Google, Sundar Pichai, made a statement in the earnings release regarding the companies AI stating, “Our long-term investments in deep compute science make us extremely well-positioned as AI reaches an inflection point, and I’m excited by the AI-driven leaps we’re about unveil in Search and beyond.,”

The five ETFs with the highest exposure to Alphabet (GOOG) are:

XLC — Communication Services Select Sector SPDR Fund (10.61%)

IXP — iShares Global Comm Services ETF (9.87%)

VOX — Vanguard Communication Services ETF (9.71%)

FCOM — Fidelity MSCI Communication Services Index ETF (9.66%)

JEPQ — J.P. Morgan Nasdaq Equity Premium Income ETF (8.15%)

Heavily Traded ETFs
SPDR S&P 500 - SPY
Invesco QQQ
Vanguard S&P 500 - VOO
Vanguard Total Market - VTI
Energy Select Sector - XLE

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