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What's all the hype about FAANG stocks? Read this blog to know more. Find out how you can invest in FAANG stocks from India for as low as $1 using Cube Wealth.
December 7, 2020

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After a brief dip in April 2020, the post-pandemic market rally has allowed the S&P 500 to hit new highs. The lion's share of contributors to this growth includes the most coveted tech stocks collectively called FAANG stocks.

In this blog, we will take an in-depth look at FAANG stocks and evaluate whether you should include 1 or more FAANG stocks in your portfolio. 

What Are FAANG Stocks?

FAANG is an acronym for 5 of the biggest tech stocks in the US market. FAANG Stocks include:

1. Facebook (FB) Stock

2. Apple (AAPL) Stock

3. Amazon (AMZN) Stock

4. Netflix (NFLX) Stock

5. Google (GOOG) Stock

FAANG stocks make up approximately 15% of the S&P 500. While the S&P 500 has grown by 31% since October 2020, FAANG stocks have gained between 6% to 83% in the same period. 

The combined market share of Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, and Google, is approximately $6.7 trillion. This is more than the GDP of 186 countries.

Initially, the acronym was FANG and included Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google. But Apple was added to FANG stocks in 2017 owing to the huge growth in revenue. 

How should Indians invest in the US stock market?

FAANG Stocks Details At A Glance

1. Facebook (FB) Stock

  • Stock Price: $341.67 (₹25,565.77)
  • Market Cap: $963.445 Billion
  • Growth Vs S&P 500: 27.70% Vs 31.80%

2. Amazon (AMZN) Stock

  • Stock Price: $3,433.30 (₹2,56,899.76)
  • Market Cap: $1.63 Trillion
  • Growth Vs S&P 500: 6.72% Vs 31.80%

3. Apple (AAPL) Stock

  • Stock Price: $149.61 (₹11,194.709)
  • Market Cap: $2.26 Trillion
  • Growth Vs S&P 500: 27.32% Vs 31.80%

4. Netflix (NFLX) Stock

  • Stock Price: $631.75 (₹47,271.26)
  • Market Cap: $238.89 Billion
  • Growth Vs S&P 500: 20.24% Vs 31.80%

5. Google (GOOGL) Stock

  • Stock Price: $2,843.54 (₹2,12,770.446)
  • Market Cap: $1.19 Trillion
  • Growth Vs S&P 500: 83.33% Vs 31.80%

FAANG Stocks Vs S&P 500

Source: Google

FAANG Stocks Historical Growth

Stock Vs Growth

2012

2016

2020

Facebook (FB)

$38.23

$119.49

$279.70

Amazon (AMZN)

$212.89

$673.95

$3,162.58

Apple (AAPL)

$18.94

$23.81

$122.25

Netflix (NFLX)

$11.05

$87.88

$498.31

Google (GOOGL)

$300.20

$725.18

$1,823.76

How To Invest In FAANG Stocks From India?

You can invest in these ways once you know which FAANG stock to buy:

1. Indian Brokerage

Domestic brokerages have partnerships with US brokers. You can open an Overseas Trading  Account and US brokers will execute trades on your behalf.

2. Foreign Brokerage

Few foreign brokerages have a direct presence in India. You can invest in US stocks by opening a brokerage account with these brokerage firms. 

3. Investment Platforms

You can invest in US stocks through various investment platforms. Our recommendation would be the Cube Wealth app, the first investment platform to bring US stock advisory to India.

Want to know to buy US stocks on your own? Watch this video.


Should You Invest In FAANG Stocks?

Let’s look at the benefits and risks of FAANG stocks to know whether you should invest in FAANG stocks from India.

Benefits

Risks

Truly global reach

Regulatory risks

Solid historical performance

Stiff competition

Consistent user growth

Stock affordability


Each FAANG stock has its own benefits and risks. Whether or not you buy a FAANG stock would depend on your investment goals, risk appetite, age, financial health, and more. 

*Note: All facts & figures are as of 20-10-2021. Historical data does not imply future success. Always consult a wealth coach before investing.

FAQs

Q. What Does FAANG Stand For?

Ans. FAANG stands for 'Facebook (FB), Amazon (AMZN), Apple (AAPL), Netflix (NFLX), Google (GOOG)'. Initially, the acronym was FANG(Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, Google) but later on, Apple was added to the list because of its huge growth in terms of revenue.

Q. What's The N In FAANG?

Ans. The N in FAANG stands for 'Netflix (NFLX)'. The popular acronym in full means Facebook (FB), Amazon (AMZN), Apple (AAPL), Netflix (NFLX), Google (GOOG).

Q. Can You Invest In FAANG Stocks From India?

Ans. Yes, you can invest in FAANG stocks from India using a reliable app like Cube Wealth. Cube lets you invest in US stocks on your own or with advice from RIA, Rick Holbrook. The best part is that you can invest in US stocks for as low as $1 using Cube Wealth.

Shriram Shekhar
Shriram is a Content Marketer at Cube Wealth, the Financial Freedom App with a smart Perfect Portfolio Planner. He has developed cutting edge IT products for over 2 years before turning to his passion for the written word. Shriram’s love for philosophy, product development, and empowering people through quality content is what got him to Cube Wealth.

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