Jim Sarni of Payden & Rygel says the "growth story is not dead" and he still likes tech stocks. Banks are also poised to do well, with their balance sheets in "excellent shape," he says.
Investors want fintech challengers to show they can monetize their products and eventually make a profit. Experts say the space is ripe for some consolidation.
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Investors are dipping their toes back into the U.K. market, according to Emma Wall, head of investment analysis at Hargreaves Lansdown.
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JPMorgan had partnered with cxLoyalty for its popular credit-card rewards program until 2018, when the bank switched to using Expedia.
"Let's not let these intermediaries and gatekeepers hand allocate who gets this underpriced stock," tech investor Bill Gurley told CNBC.