Massucci's Take: The 2009 tech rally is over

Sometimes, we can learn from our mistakes. During the height of the dot com bubble, investors kept plowing money into tech stocks, hoping for ever greater returns. For many years, companies obliged, beating revenue and earnings expectations. Eventually, in early 2000 when the economy began to lose steam, tech stocks tanked.

Now, with the tech-heavy Nasdaq up 65 percent since its low for 2009 on March 9, it's worth considering if the current tech rally is also coming to an end.