A Hard Look at Four Tech Stocks

A few of you have asked if the tech selloff is a buying opportunity in disguise, so I sifted through the carnage of some hard-fallen names. Is it time to buy the beaten-down stocks that led us higher last year? Let's go to the charts to find out.

Let's start with Google (GOOGL). When this stock was on fire, nobody cared about its fundamentals, but now its valuation is an issue. Google successfully held the last test of its 200-day moving average (red) on April 28, but seems destined to test that key moving average (currently $518) again. Google hasn't traded below its 200-day MA since 2012. A break below that moving average would open the door to $450 (green dotted line), at which point the October gap would be filled. $450 could make a nice buy point for Google....262 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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