The Tech Collapse And The Aftermath; Inflation And The Jobs Mystery

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Ivana Delevska


  • Earnings, not interest rates, are driving this leg down for tech.
  • Significant divergence in fundamentals is starting to get reflected in stock prices.
  • Here we focus on technology earnings, inflation, and the mystery behind the strong job numbers despite massive tech layoffs.

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The Tech Collapse

The Tech Giants started the earnings season with disappointing results. But instead of these reports resetting expectations lower, they opened up a can of worms (see "Fall of The Tech Giants").

At a high level, while

Worst earnings reports in each category

Worst Earnings Reports In Each Category (Author)

Expense line items


Stock price performance of select technology companies post the June lows


Job announcements, projection for 2022 based on H1 2022


Job announcements per year, reshoring plus FDI, 2010 through 2022-projected


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Ivana Delevska is the Founder and CIO of SPEAR Invest and Portfolio Manager of the Spear Alpha ETF (SPRX).Prior to founding SPEAR, Ms. Delevska spent 10 years on the buy-side at several long/short hedge fund platforms: Tiger Management, Millennium Management, Citadel Asset Management, and 5 years on the sell-side at Deutsche Bank as a Vice President and Gordon Haskett as a Director covering Multi-Industry companies. Ms. Delevska graduated from the University of Chicago with a BA in Economics.SPEAR Invest specializes in fundamental research and investments industrial technology.

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