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Wall Street is firing a warning shot on red-hot tech stocks, and many investors don't see it coming

Business Insider Tuesday, 12 June 2018
Wall Street is firing a warning shot on red-hot tech stocks, and many investors don't see it coming· *Analysts expect the pace of earnings growth in the technology sector to decelerate this year and into 2019. *
· *That's a key reason why the sector could soon underperform the broader stock market, said Citi's equity strategists. *
· *"Analysts’ forecasts may be too low, but if they are in the right ballpark, such...
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