Tech Stocks Rallied — Did You Buy the Dip?
Two weeks ago, the CNNMoney Fear & Greed Index showed “Extreme Fear.”
As I noted in my March 10 article, market panics have been incredible buying opportunities.
That’s why I said: “It’s time to be greedy.”
Right afterward, the stock market had its best week since the 2020 presidential election.
If you bought the dip, congratulations!
That was a nice gain in just a week.
But it’s a small win compared to what’s next.
That’s because tech stocks have bounced back after every bear market.
And this time is no exception…
Tech Stocks’ Valuations Are Way Too Low
Tech stocks have been amazingly resilient over the past two decades.
After the dot-com crash in 2000, the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite Index rallied 147%.
Following the 2008 financial crisis, it soared 652%.
And once the 2020 COVID crash ended, it surged 133% in just 20 months.
In 2022, investors have been wary of tech stocks due to rising interest rates and other concerns.
Some once-popular tech companies have been treated like garbage:
- Roblox Corp. (NYSE: RBLX), a metaverse company with nearly 55 million daily active users, dropped 73%.
- Opendoor Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq: OPEN) is an online real estate firm that grew its revenue 211% last year. The stock plunged 74%.
- DocuSign Inc. (Nasdaq: DOCU) is the global leader in electronic document management. The company now has 1 million customers, but its stock plummeted 76%.
And as my colleague Steve Fernandez noted in his latest Market Insights video, a lot of U.S. software stocks fell 50% or more.
These valuations are way too low!
Tech stocks have already begun to rebound.
But the rally is just getting started…
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Evelo Biosciences Inc. (Nasdaq: EVLO) discovers and develops oral biologics for the treatment of inflammatory diseases and cancer. The stock is up 15% this morning after the company managed to beat fourth-quarter earnings estimates and meet revenue estimates.
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SES AI Corp. (NYSE: SES) develops and produces lithium metal rechargeable batteries for electric vehicles and other applications. It is up 14% today and is another electric vehicle stock that is benefiting from the rally in the sector.
AVZ Minerals Ltd. (OTC: AZZVF) explores for minerals such as lithium, tin, tantalum and cesium. It is up 12% this morning, continuing its rally from earlier in the week, partly due to being added to the ASX 200 Index and partly due to rising lithium prices.
NextDecade Corp. (Nasdaq: NEXT) engages in the development activities related to the liquefaction and sale of natural gas. The stock is up 11% after the company signed a monumental agreement with Guangdong Energy Group to supply it with liquified natural gas for 20 years.
IRobot Corp. (Nasdaq: IRBT) designs, builds and sells robots and home innovation products. It is up 10% after the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative said it is reinstating an expired set of trade exclusions to the U.S.-China tariffs, which includes the company’s robot vacuums.
MP Materials Corp. (NYSE: MP) owns and operates rare earth mining and processing facilities. It is up 10% today, as the rally in electric vehicle stocks extends to EV metals companies like MP Materials as well.