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GraniteShares has expanded its product range of exchange-traded products (ETPs) with the launch of World’s first FAANG, GAFAM & FATANG ETPs.

The company completes its line-up of cutting-edge investment solutions with the launch of twelve new ETPs, coming with leveraged factors of -3x,-1x,1x,3x. The ETPs will provide exposure to highly traded tech-enabled portfolios of companies through Solactive Indices that track:

  • FAANG (Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Alphabet)
  • GAFAM (Alphabet, Amazon, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft)
  • FATANG (Facebook, Amazon, Tesla, Apple, Netflix, Alphabet)

The constituents of those three indices are equally weighted with quarterly rebalancing.

Of course, all those products are available with IG !!!

More information here: https://www.graniteshares.com/institutional/uk/en-uk/faang-etps

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Out of Leveraged and Short version of the Stock Basket ETP,
we have 3 main ETP:
-FAANG
-FATANG
-GAFAM

Try to guess which one has been the best performer over the last 30 days (without looking on the IG platform of course)… I was personally wrong … and surprised 🙄

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On 19/04/2021 at 11:31, Marcraffard said:

Out of Leveraged and Short version of the Stock Basket ETP,
we have 3 main ETP:
-FAANG
-FATANG
-GAFAM

Try to guess which one has been the best performer over the last 30 days (without looking on the IG platform of course)… I was personally wrong … and surprised 🙄

btw, the most performing was GAFAM with 11.5% followed by FAANG with 10.3% and then FATANG with 9.8%

Even if those index are very similar, the performance can be very different, interesting 🧐

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Over three days in late July, America’s tech giants put on an impressive show. Apple, Microsoft, Alphabet, Amazon.com, and Facebook had thrived in the pandemic, and their latest earnings reports hammered home the point. The five companies generated a combined $332 billion in revenue from April to June, up 36% from a year earlier. All of their profits were better than expected. The twist is that all of their stocks, save for Alphabet’s, sold off on the news.

https://www.barrons.com/articles/big-tech-apple-microsoft-alphabet-amazon-facebook-stock-51629429127

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