Market leadership is shifting. Here’s why investors should pay attention


The market, as we know, is seductive, luring its participants skillfully until they are as hooked as the sea bass that can’t resist the shimmering flies we cast at them on Buzzards Bay.

Poor fish. Poor buyers of bitcoin at $61,000, Snowflake at $380, and Teladoc at $290. But just because we fall for the darlings and shun the hated doesn’t mean inevitable decimation.

Those bass get thrown right back (about 99% of them, anyway), and the dregs of one market can, and often should, rise again. Let’s take, for example, the performance of the technology sector, which fell from grace to disgrace at the end of 2020.  

As the table shows, the strongest sector last year, technology, has been the…


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