top stocks searched in google

I wrote earlier about the how the Dow Jones Industrials were continuing to gain coming into Tuesday. The overall markets are going strong into the positive territory as well.

But there are a few stocks each day that really captures people’s attention and drives to places like Google to search and get more information about these company shares.

Below are the top 3 stocks being searched on Google right now:

NASDAQ:FOSL – Fossil, Inc. (Public, NASDAQ:FOSL)

Fossil, Inc. is a global designer, marketer and distributer company that specializes in consumer fashion accessories. Its offerings include a line of men’s and women’s fashion watches and jewelry, handbags, small leather goods, belts, sunglasses, footwear, cold weather accessories and apparel.

Fossil is currently trading up +3.50 (9.24%) at 41.39.

NASDAQ:CRUS – Cirrus Logic, Inc. (Public, NASDAQ:CRUS)

Cirrus Logic, Inc. (Cirrus Logic) develops high-precision, analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits (ICs) for a range of consumer and industrial markets. The Company delivers optimized products for consumer and commercial audio, automotive entertainment and industrial applications.

Cirrus Logic is currently trading up +1.91 (15.94%) at 13.89.

NYSE:LM – Legg Mason, Inc. (Public, NYSE:LM)

Legg Mason, Inc. (Legg Mason) is a global asset management company. Acting through its subsidiaries, the Company provides investment management and related services to institutional and individual clients, Company-sponsored mutual funds and retail separately managed account programs.

Legg Mason is currently trading up +4.29 (14.32%) at 34.29.

Those are your top 3 stocks being searched on Google.

Stay tuned to this blog as I will cover the top 3 stocks that are being searched during trading hours with the goal to give you insight into what other stocks people are searching for on a comparatively high volume basis.

So what do you think?

So what it is about any one of these 3, or all 3, or these stocks that are causing people to want to search for them in Google and get more information?

Look forward to hearing your comments…

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