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The technology sector is a category of stocks relating to researching, developing, or distributing technological goods and services. This sector contains businesses that revolve around manufacturing electronics or creating software, computers, or products and services related to information technology. As of 2013, the technology sector represented 18% of the market capitalization of the S&P 500 in the United States.
Top 5 Industries for Technology
Equity research: Computer Programs and Systems, Inc.
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