By now, that's probably a question that you're tired of hearing, but it's one that holds some value.
With the release of Netflix's earnings last night, investors are once again left to wonder if the streaming company really has a space in the acronym. Though, if we're being frank here, the acronym would need a total rework without Netflix.
So, what's your take?
Stephen Guilfoyle, a Real Money contributor, discusses his thoughts. Surprise, surprise: He thinks that Netflix and maybe one other name in FAANG aren't lifting their fair share of weight in order to be left with some of the biggest tech companies in the world.
This is something that I will also be weighing in on, alongside my colleagues Kevin Curran and Chris Versace in a Real Money webinar focused on FAANG on Thursday, July 22 at 11:30 am E.T.
Curran, Versace, and I will also be discussing the names in FAANG that we'd hold in our portfolios (if I, a financial journalist, was able to invest in individual stocks). And which names we'd avoid.
Watch Real Money’s Real Talk: Debating the Death of FAANG, Thursday, July 22, 2021, at 11:30 am E.T.