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Why Big Tech Stocks Are "Unwinding" in 2016

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Blue-chip tech stocks were some of the biggest growth catalysts for the bull market we exited in January. That was the longest bull market since World War II, which lasted six years.

Now we've entered a bear market. And it's sent the Nasdaq down 17% from its July highs.

Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) and Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) are already down 11% and 26% this year, respectively.

Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald explains why big tech stocks are forfeiting their gains and how investors should play them long term...

If Buffett Liked Tech, Here's What He'd Buy

Warren Buffett used to define a "margin of safety" as a company that was trading close to - or even below - "breakup value."
Of course, that metric doesn't work as well today - especially in the parts of the tech sector that we like to focus on: You just aren't going to find many high-growth companies trading at bargain-basement levels.
But with U.S. firms sitting on a record $1.7 trillion in cash, you can find some name-brand tech firms whose cash reserves can cover a decent portion of their share price - creating a nice "margin of safety" as we move into the fall. (Good timing, considering everything that's happening - or not happening - in D.C. right now.)
I like to refer to these as "Cash is King" tech stocks.
So let's look at three of the best ones today.

Even Warren Buffet, who typically avoids this sector, would approve of these...