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Why, when a couple of analysts suggest that tech stocks don't have much more room to grow, do the investors pull their money so quickly, causing the market to take a nose dive. Not that I really mind this, because now I can purchase these stocks at a discount rate, but are most investors really that fickle? And why would this even be said, when we are truly on the edge of a wireless explosion? My questions may truly be stupid, but I have only been investing for two weeks, so cut me some slack :).... Any help would be appreciated.
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