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21 June 2021
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Is now the time to buy tech stocks?

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16/05/2021 - 23:55

Hello everyone! I do't know if you guys will be looking at this on the weekend... I was hoping some more experienced investors could provide some advice for me, a new trader. I turned 18 at the beginning of this year and created a brokerage account (TD Ameritrade). I put my savings (about 5k) into some ETFs with good dividends, Grayscale crypto trusts, and bought 1 share of ABBV (bought in mid-March), BRK-B, XOM, CVX and REGN (which I bought in early March). I recently put in another few thousand into some tech stocks that fell a lot early this week - CRM, NVDA, BIDU, BABA, XLK, U, along with a few others. My money has grown a fair amount. So, should I put some more money into tech stocks and other stocks that fell this week? If so, which ones should I have on my watchlist?   submitted by   /u/Certain_Cobby03 [link]   [comments]


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  42. Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft stocks fall even as Wall Street soars to fresh highs last week (10/05/2021 - Financial Express)
    Big tech names, collectively called the FAANGM stocks have been moving southward. In the last one week of trade, Dow Jones and the S&P 500 surged nearly 2% each while the tech-heavy NASDAQ slipped.
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  43. Does diversifying tech stocks actually count as diversifying? (23/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I really think the tech sector has a market cap so huge that diversifying should be down by sector, not by tech as a whole. For example, a portfolio consisting of EV, FinTech, Facebook, Microsoft should count as a diversified portfolio at this point and time of technology’s market capitalisation. Thoughts?   submitted by   /u/kkkhgdedv1 [link]   [comments]
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  44. Market Extra: There is a ‘super sale’ in Big Tech and other ‘high-quality’ stocks, says this fund manager (13/05/2021 - Market Watch)
    Applied Finance sees attractive buying opportunities in the stock market, including some big technology companies, according to one of its founders. U.S. stocks have slumped this week, particularly the tech-heavy Nasdaq.
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  45. Market Extra: There is a ‘super sale’ in Big Tech and other ‘high-quality’ stocks, says this fund manager (13/05/2021 - Market Watch)
    Applied Finance sees attractive buying opportunities in the stock market, including some big technology companies, according to one of its founders. U.S. stocks have slumped this week, particularly the tech-heavy Nasdaq.
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  46. Tech stocks on sale or stay away? (11/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I’ve only been seriously investing since Jan. Pretty heavy on tech. My portfolio took quite a hit during the dip in mid feb/early mar, but I remember the sentiment around reddit was “now is the time to buy!” “Stonks on sale!” This dip doesn’t seem to be quite as bad just yet, but I’m not seeing that sentiment to buy the dip anywhere. Is there something about this dip that is particularly worrying?   submitted by   /u/Jasonmv222 [link]   [comments]
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  47. What is the best way to diversify out of tech stocks (19/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I am pretty new to the game (if you can call it that), and I realise I am pretty heavily invested in tech. Most of my individuals are tech even though I do hold a lot of index etfs. I would like to know your tips and tricks on how I could improve my portfolio and just learn to be a better investor.   submitted by   /u/personifiedfunnyness [link]   [comments]
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  48. I'm having kind of a diversification dilemma (17/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I'm a tech junkie. I worked in a tech field in the military so I'm familiar with advanced tech and what to look for. One thing this tech sell off has shown me, is exactly HOW much my portfolio is geared around tech. I'm looking to diversify but kind of lost since I've been looking the other way for so long. So far I'm looking into Energy, Utilities, and Financial sectors. Does anyone out there have a recommendation in any of these sectors I could look at to start my DD on? So far found Regions Financial Corp (RF) as a potential investment. Thanks for any and all recommendations. ​ Also, I'm looking for individual stocks, not ETFs. I already have a broad market ETF in my core portfolio.   submitted by   /u/biscotrip315 [link]   [comments]
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  49. Need to Know: Buy these 6 types of stocks next as Big Tech falters and inflation falls, says Swiss bank UBS. (18/06/2021 - Market Watch)
    U.S. stocks are set for a mixed day ahead, following a tumultuous Thursday that saw technology companies help the Nasdaq eke out gains while the Dow and S&P 500 fell. It’s time to reevaluate the market landscape.
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