Do you own the best FAANG stocks?
For the last 5 years, the biggest tech stocks were tied at the hip.
These tech stocks all moved rapidly higher. And powered the Nasdaq to a 136% gain.
Today the original FAANG has morphed to include:
- Facebook (NASDAQ: FB)
- Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL)
- Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZ)
- Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX)
- Google (NASDAQ: GOOG)
- Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT)
The more appropriate name is FAANG+M.
They’ve dominated the market in recent years. And today these six stocks represent over 40% of the Nasdaq 100’s valuation.
Yet something unusual started late last year.
The share prices of the FAANG+M stocks began to diverge.
Just take a look at this 1-year chart…
There’s a 57% performance gap between the best and worst performing big tech stocks.
That a huge gap. And it highlights the difference between the best and worst tech stocks.
Read tomorrow’s Daily Profit to discover WHY there’s a huge separation between the winners and losers.
Most importantly – I’ll share details on what stocks I expect will be the biggest winners in 2022. Be sure to open up tomorrow’s issue for details.
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Plus, a new group of next generation tech stocks stands to disrupt the entire tech sector. And I’m betting they’ll dominate the stock market for the next 3 – 5 years.
That’s why I’m BUYING MACE stocks today.
You probably haven’t heard of MACE stocks (yet). And that’s why I’m hosting a special live webinar to bring you up to speed.
I’m convinced that these will be the next big winners.
That’s why I plan to invest $100,000 of my personal savings in these new tech stocks in 2022. And I’d like to show you how to join me.
Yours in Wealth,
Full Disclosure: Ian Wyatt owns shares of Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google.
P.S $100k Tech Stock Bet – NOT the FANG Stocks: I’m taking $100,000 of my savings – and I’m going “all in” on new next-generation tech stocks. They’re called the MACE stocks. And they stand to topple Facebook and the other tech giants. Go here for urgent trade details.