No one knows if the market is just letting off a little steam prior to its next run or further deflation of stock prices is in the cards. After a run-up in many stocks seen in 2013, it’s normal and healthy for investors to take money off the table and tempting for others looking for too-good-to-pass-up opportunities.
Granted, if a sell-off comes as a result of a collapsing industry, economic downturn, or a profits-altering event specific to a company, a downturn in share price should raise a red flag. But I don’t see that today, especially in the technology sector where so many companies offer value, growth, stability and products and services that have become necessities in today’s consumer and IT worlds.
That said, here are five tech stocks that look very appetizing at current prices. They are all well below their 52-week highs and down a decent clip in 2014. I’d hit the trigger as fast as you can on these; the sale won’t last long.