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Your question is answered in the affirmative.

>>Is it that it is simply unfashionable vs tech stocks?<<

Overall a similar situation has developed as what existed in 1973, with a large number of investors exiting the blue chip stocks for large capital gains in the reseource sector.

The only difference in the current environment is the concept stocks have altered to the high-tech area.

IMO I feel that this transfer from value to non-value stocks will be shortlived and then the masses will again look to the blue-chip stocks for security.

Mind you it may take 8 months before people wake up as to what are the real 'value' stocks. Remember in these markets patience is a virtue and speculation leads to losses!
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