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August 30th, 2005
Let's Get Really Small
Joanna Glasner: It may seem counterintuitive, but the lackluster market conditions may be a good thing for investors who haven't already sunk a lot of money into nanotech. After all, the worst time to buy a stock is at its peak, and current valuations aren't consistent with a market top.
So, if the fear of nano-sizing your wallet hasn't already put you off, take a look at this short guide that will show you where to look and what to watch for when choosing nanotech investments.
(Ed.'s note: "The concept of self-replicating molecular machines is science fiction," said Darrell Brookstein, an investment adviser. "It's not a matter of waiting 30 years to develop them. They're never going to develop." -- never say never ...)
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