The "FANGAM" stocks - Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, Google (Alphabet), Apple and Microsoft - now represent more than 20% of the S&P 500 Index, which understandably leads to a lot of discussion about their place in global investment portfolios.
But it's also worth considering these companies' overseas peers which may be trading at far more attractive valuations.
This Orbis Investments article explores where opportunities are arising in tech, and what it means to be "contrarian" when investing in one of the fastest-growing sectors in the world.
If you read this Orbis Investments article, you will learn:
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