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After turmoil, what’s next for software stocks?
Julien Gaertner
Equity Investment Analyst

Software stocks have experienced the largest selloff since the dot-com crash in the early 2000s. Is this the beginning of a reckoning for software companies, or a pause in the long-term growth trajectory for the industry?


In footage from our Tech Analyst Forum, equity analyst Julian Gaertner discusses the sources of recent tech volatility and identifies the key  hurdles that software companies must overcome as well as the opportunities they have to seize to survive.  



Julien Gaertner is an equity investment analyst with nine years of investment industry experience (as of 12/31/22). He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and international relations from Brown University.


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