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April 3rd, 2007

The Vapour Sector Called Nanotech

Abstract:
The search for companies involved in the technology led me to the PowerShares Lux Nanotech Portfolio Fund (PXN: View sentiment for PXNsentiment, chart, options), as a basket of stocks seeking to replicate, before fees and expenses, the Lux Nanotech IndexTM). That index is designed to identify a group of companies involved in developing, manufacturing, and funding nanotechnology applications. Companies may be involved in one or more stages of Lux's Nanotechnolgy Value Chain frameworks: Nanomaterials, Nanointermediates, Nano-enabled Products and Nanotools. I use this fund as a source for my equity search and by no means do I have a tradable opinion on it.

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