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|faang stocks doj||0.13||0.5||4542||13|
On Wall Street, FAANG is spelled with two As, and it's meant “big win” for lucky shareholders—which likely includes you. FAANG stands for Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google (representing parent company, Alphabet), a collection of tech companies so widely followed by investors that the media came up with an acronym for them.What does FAANG stocks mean?
What are 'FAANG Stocks'. FAANG is an acronym for the market's five most popular and best-performing tech stocks, namely Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Alphabet’s Google. FAANG was born out of the original acronym, FANG, which did not have Apple included when CNBC’s Jim Cramer coined the term.