Fundamental Analysis & Technical Analysis On Mega Cap FAAMG Stocks (Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, Google)

Whether you are a long term investor or looking to buy the dip or do trading on these 5 mega-cap big tech companies, Facebook (Meta), Amazon, Apple, Microsoft or Google (Alphabet), it will be useful to know the fundamental analysis (balance sheet, finances, news) and technical analysis (charts, trends, price movement) of these companies.

The 2 videos that I share below will give you some insight into the FA and TA of these 5 companies. Look for the summary or screenshots if you do not have time to watch the videos.

Fundamental Analysis of FAAMG

Some key metrics of the 5 companies shared in this video:

EBITA (Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, and Amortization) is a measure of company profitability used by investors. It is helpful for comparison of one company to another in the same line of business. In some cases, it also can provide a more accurate view of the company’s real performance over time.

 EV (Enterprise Value) is the total value of a company, defined in terms of its financing. It includes both the current share price (market capitalization) and the cost to pay off debt (net debt, or debt minus cash).

EBITDA measures a company’s overall financial performance and profitability while EV calculates a company’s total value or assessed worth.

The EV/EBITDA metric is a popular valuation tool tool to compare the value of a company, debt included, to the company’s cash earnings less non-cash expenses. It’s ideal for analysts and investors looking to compare companies within the same industry.

Increasing Operating Income Over The Past 5 Years



Google (Alphabet)


Facebook (Meta)

In summary, the strengths of these 5 companies:

Key takeaways:

Even though investors might penalize these companies in the short term with a lot of uncertainty in the markets, Dave thinks that investors will come back to these companies as they have an irresistible combination of revenue, profits and growth.

Technical Analysis of FAAMG

Facebook Chart:

Apple Chart:

Amazon Chart:

Microsoft Chart:

Google Chart:

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