With Google stock falling sharply, some investors are turning to other companies to fill the void.
But even that is a risky business.
The stock market is a highly volatile one, with many companies struggling to break even in the face of the stock market’s recent volatility.
In fact, as the company’s market cap has dropped to less than $50 billion, it’s now facing a much smaller market cap than it did before the recent dip.
So, when Google’s stock fell so precipitously, it also helped push other companies into the market.
While it’s not a new phenomenon for Google to drop stock prices, it does have a history of dropping the stock price during recessions, and it has a history with its stock price going down when other companies were hurting.
In the late 1990s, Google had a great run, and the company experienced its largest growth in years.
It even had a significant impact on the stock prices of many of its competitors.
But the market’s continued decline over the past several years has made it a more risky market for investors.
Some analysts have even suggested that Google is going to have to sell its stock as part of a restructuring.
Google itself has said it is not going to do that, and some investors have even floated the idea that Google might even go through with a massive IPO.
But some investors still want Google to keep its stock prices high.
This includes some of the largest investors in the company, such as Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, who bought a controlling stake in the stock earlier this year.
And Google’s current CEO Sundar Pichai has said that he wants to keep the stock high and have Google’s success continue.
“The bottom line is that we believe in the value of our stock, we believe that Google deserves high valuations, and we want Google stock to stay high,” Pichau told Bloomberg on Thursday.