FTEC: Technology Dashboard For June


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This monthly article series shows a dashboard with aggregate industry metrics in technology and communication services. It may also serve as a top-down analysis of technology ETFs like the Fidelity MSCI Information Technology Index ETF (

Value and quality in technology

Value and quality in technology (Chart: author; data: Portfolio123)

Variations in value and quality

Variations in value and quality (Chart: author; data: Portfolio123)

Momentum in technology

Momentum in technology (Chart: author; data: Portfolio123)

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