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The top 10 biggest technology companies are up more than 37% for the year. “The market is telling us that these industries just don’t matter very much to stock market performance. And the sectors that do matter? Consider just four industry group -- internet content, software infrastructure, consumer electronics and internet retailers -- account for more than $8 trillion in market value, or almost a quarter of total U.S. stock market value of about $35 trillion.”
The top 10 biggest technology companies are up more than 37% for the year. “The market is telling us that these industries just don’t matter very much to stock market performance. And the sectors that do matter? Consider just four industry group -- internet content, software infrastructure, consumer electronics and internet retailers -- account for more than $8 trillion in market value, or almost a quarter of total U.S. stock market value of about $35 trillion.”
i keep thinking of that saying that says the market wants to take the most amount of money from the most amount of people. maybe the markets wont crash for a year or maybe 4 years, but it just feels like we are heading for a huge correction.
i keep thinking of that saying that says the market wants to take the most amount of money from the most amount of people. maybe the markets wont crash for a year or maybe 4 years, but it just feels like we are heading for a huge correction.
The economy many people experience, while bleak, is local, personal and, for the most part, either not publicly traded or plays only a small part in the stock market’s moves. To explain why these personal experiences have so little effect on equity markets, we must look more closely at the market role of the weakest industry sectors
The economy many people experience, while bleak, is local, personal and, for the most part, either not publicly traded or plays only a small part in the stock market’s moves. To explain why these personal experiences have so little effect on equity markets, we must look more closely at the market role of the weakest industry sectors
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