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Nanotechnology Now welcomes back columnist, Dr. Pearl Chin, with her regular monthly column on nanotechnology investing.
Excerpt from this month's column:
There has been a trend these past 4 years, of investment bankers taking or trying to take a company public before its time to generate income for themselves. So investors should be wary that even though a company is publicly listed, that does not mean they are good investments.
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About Dr. Pearl Chin
Dr. Chin specializes in advising on nanotechnology investment opportunities. Dr. Chin has extensive experience in strategy and marketing consulting, management consulting, operations, sales and marketing, and customer service, in diverse industries from small to large companies. More information on Dr. Chin can be found at: http://www.seraphimaventures.com
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