Tesla Takes Top Spot For The Most Googled Stock Of 2021

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Tesla Takes Top Spot For The Most Googled Stock Of 2021
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  • Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) is officially the most Googled stock in the USA, with 6.9 million searches a month
  • Tesla pulls in two times more searches a month than Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL), the US’s second most searched for stock
  • GameStop Corp. (NYSE:GME) places third, with 3.1 million searches a month

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The Most Googled Stock Of 2021: Tesla

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The study by leading software company Bacancy analysed the top 30 most popular stocks that people are investing in throughout 2021, to find the top ten most searched for stocks in the US.

The results revealed that electric car pioneer Tesla received 6.9 million Google searches on average in 2021, which puts it on top for the most Googled stock in 2021 in the US.

In second is Apple which stands alongside Amazon as one of the Big Five companies that dominate America’s technology industry and pulls in 3.3 million searches a year.

In third place is GameStop, which saw a great deal of media coverage in 2021 following its breakthrough as a ‘meme stock’ in the beginning of the year, and averages 3.1 million searches a year.

Most Googled Stocks In USA, By Bacancy Technology

Rank: Company: Average monthly searches including “stock”:
1 Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) 6,900,000
2 Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) 3,300,000
3 GameStop Corp. (NYSE:GME) 3,100,000
4 Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) 1,800,000
5 Moderna Inc (NASDAQ:MRNA) 1,220,000
6 Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) 611,000
7 Meta Platforms Inc (NASDAQ:FB) 424,000
8 Visa Inc (NYSE:V) 140,000
9 Bank of America Corp (NYSE:BAC) 122,000
10 Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE:BRK.A) (NYSE:BRK.B) 115,000

Amazon comes in fourth place, with 1.8 million monthly searches, followed by Moderna in fifth, receiving 1.22 million searches per month.

In sixth place, Microsoft receives only half of the monthly searches of Moderna, with 611,000 searches per month.

Visa Inc ranks eighth place receiving 148,000 searches, followed by BioNTech SE in ninth receiving 136,000 searches per month. BioNTech SE is a German biotechnology company that develops and manufactures immunotherapies for treatment of diseases.

Facebook has seen a reduction in popularity in recent months. Coming in seventh place, the social media network averages 424,000 monthly searches.

Eighth, ninth and tenth place are relatively close in search volume. Visa receives 144,000 monthly searches, followed by Bank of America in ninth at 122,000 searches. Berkshire Hathaway closes out the top 10 list, narrowly missing out on ninth place with 115,000 monthly searches per month.

Public Interest In Investing

A spokesperson for Bacancy commented on the study: “The last year has seen more public interest in investing than ever before, so it is very interesting to see which companies are ranking as the most searched for stocks of 2021. The recent news regarding Elon Musk’s sale of Tesla shares will be sure to cause hysteria around the company’s portfolio, with the stock anticipated to rise following the announcement.”

The research was conducted by app development company Bacancy Technology, an exclusive hub of top software developers, UI/UX designers, QA experts and more, offering development services for the creation of high-end, enviable applications.


Methodology

The study analysed the top 50 popular stock companies in 2021 and was then narrowed down to the top 10 based on google searches per month on average.

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