This is what investors are misunderstanding about tech stocks


Google announced last week 60% of its workforce will work around three days a week in the office, 20% in new office locations, and 20% from home.

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If 2020 taught us that we were all naïve about the possibility of the world being brought to its knees by a pandemic, it also taught us that we can’t exist without the interconnectivity that the giant tech companies provide.

Of course, that realization did not go unnoticed by the market, which rewarded technology stocks handsomely; the sector climbed 47.5% for the year, and the average gain for the powerhouse group of Apple, Alphabet, Microsoft, Facebook, and Netflix was 51.2%. 



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