Technology funds have performed splendidly over the past year, but caution might be best for investors anxious to rush back into the techies that burned them a few years back, according to a recent Reuters report.

With the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite Index rising 43.6% in less than a year, it may be tempting for many investors to hop aboard the technology-buying spree. But the lessons of the late 1990s should serve as a reminder that nothing is a sure thing.

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