Sharks Circle Around America's Big Tech Firms
by Alan Hall
Updated: June 19, 2019
History shows that society's appetite for knocking big, successful companies off their profitable pedestals has been a useful harbinger of social mood trends — and consequently, the stock market.
That appetite seems to be growing again.
In this free excerpt from the June 2019 Socionomist, you'll discover when attacks on successful companies tend to occur in relation to the position of the stock market...
...and what this implies next -- for stocks and for Big Tech.
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