Buffett's Buying Tech -- So Should You
The following video is part of our "Motley Fool Conversations" series, in which Motley Fool senior technology analyst Eric Bleeker and chief technology officer Jeremy Phillips discuss emerging trends in technology.
In today's edition, Jeremy and Eric look at Warren Buffett's recent purchase of IBM and what other "Buffett-like" tech companies have gotten cheap across the sector. With companies from Apple to Intel trading for P/Es in the low teens to single digits, investors should be taking a look at some of the value in the sector.
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