The thought of investing in tech companies are more likely to bring back painful memories of the tech bubble bursting at the turn of the millennium.
Although the current market scenario, isn’t really that complex when compared to two decades ago. Shares of Tech firms are typically more expensive to buy than the wider market, but these shares are the ones, that are now delivering significant profits – which were conspicuously absent the first time around.
Some investors will have exposure to buying shares in the tech segment through companies like Amazon, Facebook and Google, which are popular holdings in many funds available. Such businesses are involved in many cutting-edge areas of technology, including autonomous cars, artificial intelligence, machine learning and more.