In the following video, Motley Fool senior technology analyst Eric Bleeker tells tech investors why this sector has had such a miserable performance so far in 2013. He breaks down the narratives for some of the best players in tech so far, such as LinkedIn and Arm Holdings , as well as the worst-performing tech companies of the year, such as Apple and Baidu . Finally, Eric tells us what's behind the over-arching trend of investor fears about mobile instability over the coming few years, and why it is driving down the stocks of some otherwise very impressive companies.

There's no doubt that Apple is at the center of technology's largest revolution ever, and that longtime shareholders have been handsomely rewarded with over 1,000% gains. However, after the company's 35% sell-off since September, there is a debate raging as to whether Apple remains a buy. The Motley Fool's senior technology analyst and managing bureau chief, Eric Bleeker, is prepared to fill you in on both reasons to buy and reasons to sell Apple, and what opportunities are left for the company (and your portfolio) going forward. To get instant access to his latest thinking on Apple, simply click here now.


The article Tech Comes Crashing Down originally appeared on Fool.com.

Eric Bleeker, CFA owns shares of Baidu. The Motley Fool recommends Apple, Baidu, Google, and LinkedIn. The Motley Fool owns shares of Apple, Baidu, Google, and LinkedIn. Try any of our Foolish newsletter services free for 30 days. We Fools may not all hold the same opinions, but we all believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.

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