An Alternative to FANG stocks, the NAMPOF

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Many people are searching for an alternative to the FANG stocks because Mr. Market grossly overprices the FANGS. The NAMPOF could be such an alternative. To explain, FANG stands for Facebook (NASDAQ: FB), Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX), and Google (NASDAQ: GOOG). Google is the popular nickname for the company now known as Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOGL). Ultimately, FANG stocks are expensive and questionable. In fact, none of the FANGS pays a dividend. Meanwhile, Netflix; which has a history of losing money, traded at $355.6 a share on 21 May 2019. Plus, Amazon was trading at $1,858.26 a share and Alphabet…...

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Daniel Jennings Daniel G. Jennings has been a professional writer for over two decades. He has written extensively on business, technology, economics, finance, financial technology, banking, investment, market, stock market, political, philosophical, historical, and other subjects. Jennings’ favorite subjects include; retail, cryptocurrency, crypto-assets, blockchain, the stock market, international politics, history, and American politics. In addition, Jennings has written hundreds of freelance articles and blog posts for an incredible variety of clients. Jennings currently writes most of the content for the Market Mad House blog, which he maintains. Jennings has a bachelor’s degree in history and an MBA. Jennings lives and works in Colorado, USA. Besides writing Jennings has worked as a journalist, an editor, an accounts-payable-professional, and at many part-time jobs.