Tech/S&P ratio weekly RSI just hit the 2nd most overbought reading *of all time* (30 years). Just 5 stocks account for 20% of the S&P 500. Many big companies look so unstable

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Just 5 Stocks Account for 20% of the S&P 500

This is the highest concentration since the dotcom bubble peak of 2000.

Market Caps

  1. Apple (AAPL): $1.4 Trillion
  2. Microsoft (MSFT): $1.4 Trillion
  3. Amazon (AMZN): $1.1 Trillion
  4. Alphabet (GOOG): $1.0 Trillion
  5. Facebook (FB): $0.61 Trillion


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