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Mar 1, 2021

Paul Wick, long-time manager of the Columbia Seligman Communication and Information Fund -- one of the most successful sector funds in history -- says that the long bull market in technology was built on top of falling interest rates, and that the next quarter-century will see a different rate trend that forces investors into more muted expectations. Wick says, however, that there are still reasonably valued tech stocks positioned to maintain explosive growth for the foreseeable future. Also on the show, Ken Tumin discusses a study showing that investors are giving up on savings bonds and certificates of deposit, David Trainer of New Constructs highlights the troubles ahead for Spotify and suggests investors look at Sirius-XM instead, and Dan Ives of the Wedbush ETFMG Global Cloud Technology ETF offers an extra helping of technology talk in the Market Call.