Not all Big Tech stocks will soar in 2021, says Gene Munster. He breaks down 2 FAANG companies that will continue to gain and 2 that will lag.
FAANG stockswill diverge in 2021 as some names soar and some lag behind, Loup Venturesfounder Gene Munstertold CNBC on Thursday.
- While Apple and Amazon were both up roughly 80% in 2020, and Netflix was up roughly 70%, the two other FAANG behemoths, Facebook and Google's parent Alphabet, only gained about 30%. That's less than the overall Nasdaq, which was up 43% in 2020.
- "The trade of advertising tech did not work in 2020," Munster said, and that likely won't change in 2021.
- The venture capitalist said Amazon and
Applewill do well next year, adding Apple's stock could reach $200. That would propel Apple to a $3 trillion valuation.
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The venture capitalist and former tech stocks analyst told CNBC on Thursday that investors need to pay close attention to individual technology companies to find out what worked in 2020, and what didn't.
While Apple and Amazon were both up roughly 80%, and Netflix was up about 70%, the two other FAANG behemoths, Facebook and Google's parent Alphabet, only gained about 30%. That's less than the overall Nasdaq, which was up 43% in 2020.
"The trade of advertising tech did not work in 2020," Munster said, explaining
Munster said that in 2021, top performance is going to come from Apple, which he believes could gain 51% to $200. That price gain would push Apple's market capitalization to over $3 trillion.
Munster also said that Amazon will do well, while Facebook and Netflix will "start to fade away as FAANG fractures in 2021."
Calling a bubble in Big Tech stocks has been a prominent concern throughout 2020 as the technology sector soared. But Munster said investors shouldn't label the entire
Instead, investors should examine individual technology companies and brace for a FAANG fracturing.
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