Tech Stocks DROP as Market Worries No More Stimulus! CBO Warns Debt “Unsustainable”

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Tech stocks have been the biggest and best of the financial system right now. More flowing in, debt building higher, more ownership and control. Suddenly, there has been another turnaround. Not the first one this sector has experienced, that’s for sure. With just about every retail investor, institutional investor, and central bank-turned hedge fund buying tech stocks, the question is: Will they ever go meaningfully down?


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