Investors can find bargains in a beaten-down stock market.
- Fintech is an area that is recession and inflation proof, some experts argue.
- Companies that help consumers save or earn money can weather periods of economic uncertainty, they say..
- Look for companies that are also profitable or close to profitability, the caution.
Investors worried about 8.5% inflation and anxious about the possibility of a recession this fall may find some bright spots in the tech sector, experts say.
USA TODAY spoke to more than a dozen C-level tech executives about a variety of topics including tech job prospects, a possible recession and what technology investments might be able to weather volatile markets best. That context and knowledge are critical for investors who are looking to put their money into something solid, reliable and likely to stay stable or grow long term, experts said.