Tech stocks we're watching | Deborah Jackson
The tech sector is undoubtedly one of the most exciting areas of the stock market, with some of the greatest opportunities for investing returns. But it’s also very fast moving, which can make finding good, long-term investments challenging.
Today we are chatting with Deborah Jackson, CEO and Founder of Plum Alley. We get Deborah’s insights on the most exciting tech stocks currently and how to spot a good investment opportunity. Headquartered in NYC, Plum Alley invests in advanced technology and healthcare companies that will improve our lives and the planet. The fund specifically focuses on companies with women founders or co-founders, tapping diverse ingenuity and decision making.
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