It’s been some time since search data was posted. Anyway, the results for the month of January 2015 are presented below:

Greatest increase in searches over twelve month period:

As of the last post in June 2014, Keurig Green Mountain had the greatest increase in searches over a twelve month period in the U.S.A. As of January 2015, this is still the case with a 1688% increase. See results below:

Stocks with greatest increase in searches over 12  month period.
Stocks with greatest increase in searches over 12 month period.

Interestingly enough, it also appears that the most searched beverage in the U.S.A. during the same month was coffee:

Most searched beverages in America during January 2015.
Most searched beverages in America during January 2015.

Most Searched Corporations:

Facebook maintains its status as the most searched companies on the NASDAQ 100 and dwarfs searches in the next three most searched corporations. Results below:

Most searched companies during the month of January 2015
Most searched companies during the month of January 2015

I’ve commented on this in past posts that there is a clear downtrend in searches for “Facebook” in the U.S.A since early 2013. Monthly searches have now reached a level not seen since late 2009/early 2010. There are many reasons why this may be, one common rationale provided in public space is the gradual move from internet searching to usage of mobile applications negating the reason to have to search for the term.

Searches for "Facebook" for the last eleven years.
Searches for “Facebook” for the last eleven years.

Changes in searches over the prior month:

A review of the top ten month over month increases in searches was conducted. It was found that the corporation that had the greatest percentage increase over the month was NXP Semiconductors.

Largest increase in searches from December to January 2015.
Largest increase in searches from December to January 2015.

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