Alphabet is tumbling on earnings.
The Google parent fell more than 2% after the bell Monday after posting $10.12 in profit for the third quarter, $2.34 less than expected.
“I actually used that strength … to add to my portfolio last week,” Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com said on CNBC’s “Trading Nation” on Monday before the release. “We’ve just been bumping up against this $1300 region and the rest of the FANGs have not. I’ll even point your attention to Google relative to the Nasdaq. You’re even seeing Google outperform the Nasdaq-tracking…