ETFs To Play Gartner’s 2013 IT Outlook
Technological innovation and development have certainly been game changers in the investment world. Last year was an active one for the technology industry, with the launch of several new Apple and Windows products, a lawsuit between two top tech firms, and the rather dreary public offering of social media giant Facebook. Despite some bumps in the road, 2012 saw a relatively high increase in global technology spending, particularly in the IT sub-sector [Download Free 7 Simple & Cheap All-ETF Portfolios]. This year, the world’s leading information technology research and advisory company Gartner came out with their predictions for the tech world in 2013. In general, Gartner believes that the industry has bright and promising year ahead of it, with worldwide IT spending forecasted to grow 4.2% to hit $3.7 trillion in 2013 and a whopping 6.7% growth in 2014. Though uncertainties surrounding the recovery of the global economy will certainly put a hamper on IT growth, [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: SPDR Attack: State Street Rolls Out More Sector ETFs How Low Can Vanguard Go? Sector ETFs Get Expense Cuts Picking The Diamonds Out of The ETF Rough ETFs & Sector Rotation: Large Cap, Small Cap, Or International? Three ETFs For Smart Phone Exposure
Technological innovation and development have certainly been game changers in the investment world. Last year was an active one for the technology industry, with the launch of several new Apple and Windows products, a lawsuit between two top tech firms, and the rather dreary public offering of social media giant Facebook. Despite some bumps in the road, 2012 saw a relatively high increase in global technology spending, particularly in the IT sub-sector [Download Free 7 Simple & Cheap All-ETF Portfolios]. This year, the world’s leading information technology research and advisory company Gartner came out with their predictions for the tech world in 2013. In general, Gartner believes that the industry has bright and promising year ahead of it, with worldwide IT spending forecasted to grow 4.2% to hit $3.7 trillion in 2013 and a whopping 6.7% growth in 2014. Though uncertainties surrounding the recovery of the global economy will certainly put a hamper on IT growth, [...]

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