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Entry from February 11, 2020
MAGA (Microsoft, Apple, Google and Amazon)

"MAGA” (meaning “Make America Great Again") was popularized in by Donald Trump in his 2016 presidential campaign. “’Trump’s meeting with tech CEOS: Immigration, deregulation and more’ #MAGA for @Microsoft, @Apple; @Google + @amazon“ was posted on Twitter by André C. Gauthier on June 19, 2017. “Hey, @JoeSquawk and @BeckyQuick and @andrewrsorkin! Instead of #FANG how abt #MAGA (Microsoft, Apple, Google, Amazon)! That’s the ticket!!” was posted on Twitter by Jill and Jim on June 5, 2018.

“MAGA” became popular in 2020, wen the companies Microsoft, Apple, Google and Amazon were the first four companies to each reach $1 trillion market cap. “Trump heaps praise on trillion dollar tech club — calling four big companies MAGA” was published by CNBC on February 11, 2020.

Several of the “MAGA” companies are also in the earlier terms “FANG” (Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google) and “FAANG” (Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Google).

“FANTA” is a similar acronym that stands for Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, Tesla and Alphabet. “NOSH” stands for Nike, O’Reilly, Starbucks and Home Depot. “MAGS” stands for Microsoft, Amazon, Google and Salesforce. The ‘Nifty Nine” includes FANG, plus Priceline, Ebay, Starbucks, Microsoft and Salesforce.


Wikipedia: Make America Great Again
“Make America Great Again” (often abbreviated as MAGA) is a campaign slogan used in American politics that was popularized by Donald Trump in his 2016 presidential campaign. Ronald Reagan used the similar slogan “Let’s make America great again” in his successful 1980 presidential campaign.

Twitter
André C. Gauthier
@commentor2013
“Trump’s meeting with tech CEOS: Immigration, deregulation and more” #MAGA for @Microsoft, @Apple; @Google + @amazon
US news
Trump’s meeting with tech CEOS: Immigration, deregulation and more
Immigration, modernization and deregulation were all discussed during Monday’s summit between CEOs like Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, various cabinet members like Steve Mnuchin and President Trump. Reporter…
8:34 PM · Jun 19, 2017 from Montréal, Québec·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Jill and Jim
@priz55
Hey, @JoeSquawk and @BeckyQuick and @andrewrsorkin! Instead of #FANG how abt #MAGA (Microsoft, Apple, Google, Amazon)! That’s the ticket!!
3:09 PM · Jun 5, 2018 from La Mesa, CA·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
gregvigil
@gregvigil
@CNBC @jimcramer time to drop FANG and redefine MAGA (Microsoft Apple Google Amazon) out with FANG in with the new definition for MAGA
12:41 AM · Jul 26, 2018 from Highlands Ranch, CO·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
arvindmahajan
@arvindmahajan
Move over #Faangs, make way for #Maga .It describes the ever-narrower group of #BigTech companies leading market higher: Microsoft, Apple, Google and Amazon. via @FT
https://ft.com/content/c817306c-914e-11e8-b639-7680cedcc421
11:46 AM · Jul 27, 2018·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Victor
@TheReal_BingLai
$MAGA is a convenient acronym for Microsoft, Apple, Google and Amazon, which are the four largest US publicly listed companies right now and possibly the first 4 US companies to each reach $1 trillion market cap 🤔
1:46 PM · Aug 2, 2018·Twitter for iPhone

CNBC
These four stocks added $600 billion in market cap this year, but one is about to fall
Dan Nathan, RiskReversal Advisors principal, discusses his ‘MAGA’ trade — Microsoft, Apple, Alphabet, and Amazon.

FRI, JUN 28 2019 1:45 PM EST
(Video.—ed.)

Twitter
Simon Khalaf
@Simonkhalaf
The MAGA (Microsoft, Apple, Amazon and Google) added 1.1T in value over the past year. Analysts believe that parts of it was the relentless focus on organic execution versus M&A growth.
$1tn is just the start: why tech giants could double their market valuations
As Alphabet becomes the latest firm to achieve a 13-figure market cap, analysts still forecast years of growth ahead
theguardian.com
12:45 PM · Jan 19, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Jim Bianco
@biancoresearch
For the first time ever, there are FOUR trillion-dollar companies in the US.
Their acronym is MAGA…
Microsoft
Apple
Google
Amazon
I’ll just sit back and enjoy the comments about this.
7:28 AM · Feb 1, 2020 from Chicago, IL·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
JFD
@JFDunfee10
@POTUS Wow 4 companies worth 4 trillion in the US with a “T”...Make America Great again ...#MAGA… Microsoft, Apple, Google and Amazon #2020 #AmericaFirst #Jobs
2:14 PM · Feb 4, 2020·Twitter Web App

Twitter
Vicofalltrades
@Vicofalltrades1
Just got mind blown from @stacyherbert and @realmaxkeiser regarding @realDonaldTrump #MAGA
Microsoft
Apple
Google
Amazon
All trillion dollar market caps. congrats To the plantation owners of #slavelandia
@GregMannarino @TFMetals @chrismartenson @DavidBCollum @RealDavidJensen
9:36 AM · Feb 8, 2020·Twitter for Android

CNBC
Trump heaps praise on trillion dollar tech club — calling four big companies MAGA
PUBLISHED TUE, FEB 11 2020 5:38 PM EST UPDATED TUE, FEB 11 2020 7:37 PM EST
Patti Domm @PATTIDOMM
President Donald Trump gave a shout-out to a group of four big tech giants that have market caps larger than $1 trillion, calling them MAGA.

Trump said four tech giants Microsoft, Apple, Alphabet’s Google, and Amazon are part of a trillion dollar club — MAGA. The term originated as Trump’s campaign slogan — Make America Great Again — and is widely used by the president and his supporters.

Twitter
The Hill
@thehill
President @realDonaldTrump: “You have Amazon, Google, Apple, and Microsoft. So you have an M, you have an A, you have a G, and you have an A. You have MAGA!”
0:25
10:31 PM · Feb 11, 2020·Twitter Media Studio

YouTube
Donald Trump Celebrates ‘MAGA’ Trillion-Dollar Tech Microsoft, Apple, Google, Amazon
Feb 12, 2020
The AntiCoIntelPro Show

Twitter
苺良心(缺氧水分子)
@koe_otaku
MAGA Make America Great Again
MAGA Make Asia Great Again
MAGA Microsoft Apple Google Amazon
5:53 AM · Feb 12, 2020·Twitter Web App

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