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These neglected technology companies are more exciting than Apple, says former BlackRock manager
Relief from the well-received results from Apple and Facebook may not be enough to fuel another S&P 500 record on Thursday as the murmuring of the trade front begins to hinder.
These big tech names are an integral part of our call of the day from BlueBox Asset Management Joint Portfolio Manager William De Galle, who says it's time for investors to look at household names at the top the next big technology change – connecting computers to the real world.
"I want to own companies that will be drastically better than five years today," the former BlackRock technology fund manager said in an interview with MarketWatch.
De Gaulle outlines several reasons why he is less interested in Apple: shares have not performed better for years (see his chart below) and there really is no new product that will blind investors.