FAANG Stocks for Halloween?
If you've never heard of the FAANG basket of stocks it's likely you have heard of the companies that it is made up of.
FANG is the acronym for four high-performing technology stocks in the market – Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google (now Alphabet, Inc.).
The basket of stocks was originally named FANG, when CNBC's Jim Cramer coined the term back on February of 2013. Apple was added by investors around two years later, forming the FAANG basket.
FAANG stocks seem to get the most attention around earnings season and anytime the markets make a wide swing either up or down.
Maybe you have a favorite FAANG stock, we don't. But we do like to follow each chart as earnings announcements tend to fill levels that we've been anticipating and we think this earnings season won't disappoint on that front.
Here is each chart with levels that seem to have historical significance. This is neither a recommendation to buy or sell but simply some information to digest. We'd love to get your thoughts.
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Amazon free TOS link http://tos.mx/F9pncn6
Netflix free TOS link http://tos.mx/Dh9Xuyj
Google free TOS link http://tos.mx/H6P4sXi