Welcome to the Tech Crash of 2012
The following video is part of our "Motley Fool Conversations" series, in which Chief Technology Officer Jeremy Phillips and senior technology analyst Eric Bleeker discuss topics across the investing world.
It's getting ugly out there. Last week NetApp released earnings, and the forward guidance was ugly. The unfortunate truth is signs are increasingly pointing toward a rough few months in the IT industry. Much like last summer when orders were held back as macro events like the U.S. debt standoff were allowed to play out, IT spending is being held back until the eurozone situation yields more clarity. How should tech investors invest when all signs point toward a bumpy ride ahead?
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