And then they came for the tech stocks…

Oct 11 19:10 2018 Print This Article

Michael Batnick and Downtown Josh Brown weigh in on the stunning magnitude of this week’s technology stock sell-off, affecting Facebook, Google, Nvidia, Microsoft, Amazon, Netflix, Apple and more.

What started out as an interest rate-related market plunge eventually spread to the biggest, most liquid Nasdaq names and technology giants. What does that tell you as an investor? The end of the beginning or the beginnin...

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Joshua M. Brown is a New York City-based financial advisor and the CEO of Ritholtz Wealth Management. The Reformed Broker began in November of 2008 and has become one of the most widely-read sites on the financial web. This blog is about markets, politics, economics, media, culture and finance. Joshua uses statistics, satire, anecdotes, pop culture references, sarcasm, fact, fantasy and any other device necessary to get his points across. The Reformed Broker is a forecast-free blog.

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