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Momo shares have tripled since the February lows, as investors are enthusiastic about growth in active users and the company's live video product. (NASDAQ: FB) has continued to be a leading growth stock, with a 33% gain from its February lows.

Entering 2016, there were doubts surrounding Facebook's user growth, spending and ad rates.

It already has nearly 70 million customers and expects to grow revenue over 40% annually. (NYSE: GRUB) is another big winner in 2016, with a 100% gain from its February lows.

The company has become dominant in the food delivery space despite intense competition.

AWS is growing revenue at triple digits and is already profitable, with over a million customers.

Of course, Amazon continues to gain market share in the retail space as well. (NASDAQ: NTES) is a Chinese internet company that creates immersive online worlds for its customers through various games.

At a warehouse in the city of Beit Shemesh, a short drive west of Jerusalem, reside many of the estimated 40,000 artifacts dug up in Israel each year, around a third of which attest to the Christian presence in the Holy Land, according to an Associated Press report.

Most intriguingly, what the Antiquities Authority refers to as its “Ali Baba cave” presents clues as to what life was like at the time Jesus Christ is believed to have lived in the Holy Land, around 2,000 years ago.“There's good news,” said Gideon Avni, head of the archaeological division of the Israel Antiquities Authority.

The company is growing sales at a 40% rate, with expanding margins despite increased competition. (NASDAQ: AMZN) has continued to outperform its peers and the broader market with a 60% gain from its lows in February to reach new highs.