Technology

Companies with smaller vision but bigger buybacks rule right now.  
Over the next year it's possible for the stock to hit $80.
What happens if the love runs dry?
A huge slate of new products will be coming out.
Four times Wall Street and Silicon Valley blew it completely.
Just hang up on this 'Broken Telephone.'
I'll take Tim Cook and his slow-and-steady returns any day.
I'll give my analysis, no matter what the Twitter trolls say.
Perhaps the upcoming analyst day will offer answers.
Some small and mid-caps in the tech sector emerge as leaders.

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