Satori Fund’s Dan Niles on how inflation could hit tech stocks

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    Technology names would “get absolutely hammered” if higher inflation turns out not to be a transitory phenomenon, Dan Niles, founder and portfolio manager at the Satori Fund, told CNBC’s “Squawk Box” Wednesday.

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