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January 27th, 2005
We have long been touting nanotechnology as the next big thing; indeed we have gone as far to state it will be the biggest of all previous big things. A whole corner in the Rule Breakers service is devoted to the subject of all things nano, and we are absolutely convinced that in time it will bring forth multiple Rule Breaking investing opportunities.
But there's quite a lag between scientific speculation and commercial reality. Watching the commercial progress of nanotechnology has been a little like watching tectonic plates shift -- interesting to devotees while invisible to most. At least, that's how it was until this month, when a sudden earthquake shook everything up.
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