Tech Stocks Are Still Undervalued

Even after a run-up in equities, the tech sector is still undervalued -- particularly the highly profitable market leaders. To illustrate, Fool contributor Daniel Sparks compares a batch of tech stocks with a batch of non-tech stocks in the video below.

It turns out that market leaders in the tech sector like Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL  ) , Google (NASDAQ: GOOGL  ) , IBM (NYSE: IBM  ) and Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT  ) are better bargains than many typical cash cows, like Coca-Cola.

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  • Report this Comment On June 19, 2013, at 2:11 PM, apaulgill wrote:

    I agree Tech stocks are undervalued. I am with a micro-cap company called Lomiko Metals (TSX-V: LMR, OTC: LMRMF) which has recently signed a Strategic Alliance Agreement with Graphene Labs of New York. I was recently in Washington at the TechConnect Conference and one of the things that jumped out at me was how busy the Graphene Labs table was compared to many other graphene companies there.

    I think graphene will definitely make an impact but there are many groups that are earnest but not capable or capable but not earnest. Buyers beware. We have all the right stuff in the ground (high carbon content graphite) and the right partner in Graphene Labs (who work with Stony Brook University in developing supercapacitors) yet it is difficult for us to find long term investors who see the coming graphene revolution and are able to find us. Graphene Labs owns www.graphene-supermarket.com which is one of the few places that sells graphene for laboratories online. They have 5000 customers full of Fortune 500 companies, governments and agencies.

    Our public company has the exclusive right to purchase an equity stake in Graphene Labs and we would welcome scrutiny from the right people.

    We are asking people to dig deeper and take a look.

    Best Regards,

    A. Paul Gill

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