Times Have Been Tough for Tech in 2016

To say it's been a tough year in tech investing would be an understatement. We started 2016 dealing with the asinine rate hike by the geniuses at the Federal Reserve at the end of 2015, which led to a global market meltdown with technology mega-caps taking the brunt of investor wrath, which is par for the course. 

Having just recovered from that Fed indices madness and a few months of a slow grind higher, we had the huge Brexit-related mayhem, which again took our markets down even harder than it did the Financial Times Stock Exchange. This made our investors look pretty much look like nervous nellies given the fact that British traders took the massively surprising vote to leave the European Union pretty much in stride. ...436 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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