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January 6th, 2004
Nanotechnology Stocks Saw Big Gains In '03, Some Without Earnings
2003 was a year to think small. An investor who had bought stocks of companies with the term "nano" (Greek for dwarf) in their names would have seen a return of 309% for 2003. Nanotechnology, a general term for very small man-made objects, is catching investors' attention. And why not? President Bush has pledged nearly $4 billion to nanotech research over the next four years. And with nanotech products appearing on the market, many investors say its time has come.
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