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June 24th, 2007

The funding landscape for nanotechnology companies

Alan B. Shalleck writes: Last month I was the first to mention how the planned $100 million Initial Public Offering (IPO) for NanoDynamics, Inc. (ND) might change the funding landscape for nanotechnology companies. It's a sea change. Research indicates that the NanoDynamics IPO should easily raise its $100 million and the stock should sell at or above offering price, depending upon market conditions, well beyond the restriction period. The reasons for ND's IPO's expected success become clear once you dig through the S-1 Prospectus, understand which specific green and nanotechnology markets ND's new products aim to penetrate and why ND will be profitable in both those markets. "Green and Nanotechnology" is a winning corporate (and Wall Street) strategy for the next decade.


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