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For years, FAANG stocks (a phrase coined by CNBC's Jim Cramer) were among the best-performing large-cap companies. While all five companies in the grouping are solid businesses, some of the stocks have performed much better than others recently, and only one has outperformed the broader market this year.
The digital video giant (media-streaming, subscriber-hungry) needs time to digest Sandman's unusual viewership pattern. There are lessons to be learned here.