“There’s still the anticipation that even if health care can’t get done, tax reform is still something that can,” Thomas said. “I’m not as convinced on that.”

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Meanwhile, technology stocks have pared its previous losses over the past month and were on pace to close above their all-time high set back in March 2000 at the peak of the dotcom boom. The S&P 500 technology sector remains the best performing area of the market this year despite concerns over stretched valuations as many look for growth sectors immune to policy concerns.

“At least in the second quarter and for the next quarter technology is the only sector that will see double-digit growth,” Tom Cassidy, chief investment officer at Univest Wealth Management Division, told Reuters. “If you look at the sector, it isn’t all that overvalued compared to the broader S&P index, except for a few names.”

Traders were waiting patiently for second quarter results out of the tech segment, with Microsoft (NasdaqGS: MSFT) and Facebook (NasdaqGS: FB) set to report results this week and the next.

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