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March 14th, 2007
Though I'm not advising you to jump on the bandwagon and start investing willy-nilly in unprofitable IPOs, one company could ulimately profit from this trend: Motley Fool Rule Breakers recommendation Harris & Harris (Nasdaq: TINY).
As a publicly traded venture capital firm, the company has most of its money invested in small private nanotech start-ups, including Molecular Imprint, Nantero, and Nanosys (among many others). And while I have no indication that any of these companies are, in fact, planning to go public, today's more risk-tolerant environment bodes well for the prospect that they might.
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