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Information technology security is among the biggest concerns of governments and corporations. This sector has been demonstrating strong growth and has attracted significant interest from investors.

Novartis was one of the great disasters on the Swiss stock exchange over the past 12 months. The share has dropped by more than 30%, from CHF 100 last summer to less than CHF 70 at the end of March 2016. The stock is trading at the same levels as in 2006 (! ) which shows that a buy & hold" strategy is not always a winning one, even on swiss "blue chips".

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