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Tags: big tech | volatility | netflix | amazon | nasdaq | buy on the dip

Nigel Green: Waning 'Tech Wreck' Is a Buying Opportunity for Investors

Nigel Green: Waning 'Tech Wreck' Is a Buying Opportunity for Investors
Emergency personnel work at the scene of a derailment in Philadelphia of an Amtrak train headed to New York. On March 4, 2022, a Philadelphia jury found Amtrak engineer Brandon Bostian not guilty of all charges in the deadly derailment. (AP / May 13, 2015 file photo)

Nigel Green By Monday, 30 May 2022 01:59 PM EDT Current | Bio | Archive

Tech stocks have been radically beaten-up in recent months as interest rates are hiked, but savvy investors are now starting to increase exposure to this currently out-of-favor sector.

The tech-heavy Nasdaq has shed almost 27% of its value so far in 2022.

And earlier this month - as the U.S. Federal Reserve, the central bank of the world’s largest economy, raised interest rates - the biggest technology companies, including Amazon, Meta, Alphabet, and Netflix, lost over $1 trillion in value in just three trading sessions.

However, as the losing streaks are beginning to be reversed and a bounce back begins, in-the-know investors understand that this year’s massive rout is now likely to be an important buying opportunity.

You might not jump on the exact bottom of the tech wreck, but your future self in years to come will not thank you for sitting on the sidelines now.

Clearly, avoid the "buy everything" mentality, but working with a good fund manager, you can scout out the discounted tech stock.

Why? Because their previous success is based on fundamental megatrends, which means their current low values are opportunities.

These are real business models which are supported by demographics and accelerated by client behavioural shifts, which not only remain, but continue to grow.

My comments come as Netflix stock has plunged almost 69% year-to-date, while another tech giant, Amazon, is down more than 35%.

These are just two examples of companies that “are still impressive, and forward-thinking with good fundamentals.

Savvy investors know that technology-driven solutions and the digitalisation of our lives is set to continue at lightening pace. Therefore, adding discounted, quality tech stocks ahead of the next rally makes good sense.
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London-born Nigel Green is founder and CEO of deVere Group. Following in his father’s footstep, he entered the financial services industry as a young adult. After working in the sector for 15 years in London, he subsequently spent several years operating within the international space, before launching deVere in 2002 with a single office in Hong Kong. Today, deVere is one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organizations, doing business in 100 countries and with more than $12bn under advisement. It specializes global financial solutions to international, local mass affluent, and high-net-worth clients. In early 2017, it was announced that deVere would launch its own private bank. In addition, deVere also confirmed it has received its own investment banking license.

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Tech stocks have been radically beaten-up in recent months as interest rates are hiked, but savvy investors are now starting to increase exposure to this currently out-of-favor sector.
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