FAANG is an acronym for five popular, mega-cap tech-stocks — Facebook (now Meta), Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Alphabet’s Google. These five stocks performed well around the time that the term FAANG stocks entered the stock market lexicon back in 2013. A couple notable omissions from the exclusive FAANG club — Microsoft and Alibaba. These are all very large company’s. To see how they rank today in terms of market cap along with their recent performance, try Largest Companies by Market Cap Today.
Each of the five FAANG stocks are listed below along with their current price, dividend yield and % change for the day. For comparison purposes, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is included. Clicking on any row within the table will instantly update the chart for that stock. For more charts and data on an individual company (e.g. intra-day chart, trend chart, seasonality chart), click on a company name. Feel free to reload this page to get the latest stock quotes throughout the trading day.
FAANG Stocks FAQ
What are FAANG stocks?
FAANG is an acronym for five popular, mega-cap tech-stocks — Facebook (now META), Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Alphabet’s Google.
Is Microsoft a FAANG stock?
No, even though Microsoft is a very high market cap tech stock, it is not a FAANG stock.
Do FAANG socks pay dividends?
Apple is the only one of the five FAANG stocks to pay dividends.
Who coined FAANG stocks?
Jim Cramer coined the term FAANG stocks back in 2013.