So Google split its stock in 2014 2 for 1. Everyone with a Class A share got a Class C share.
Supposedly this meant that the price of each share was halved so that it would be easier for new investors to buy shares. However when you look at the graph of Google's share prices there is no halving. Google's class A share price did not go down at all in 2014. Looking at it here: https://www.nasdaq.com/market-activity/stocks/googl
It seems as though Google doubled its market cap overnight in 2014 when the stock split. When you calculate Google's market capital now you have to use the price of the class A shares combined with Class C or about $5300. see my other question:
So what is going on here and what am I missing in the graph of google's share price?