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December 22nd, 2007
Best Stocks for 2008: Nanotubes boost Bayer (BAYRY)
"Nanotech has an incredibly broad application spectrum and the sector offers enormous opportunities," explains Gregg Early in The Real Nanotech Investor.
"My conservative favorite for 2008 is Bayer (OTC: BAYRY). Although the stock is up 50% since we first added it to our portfolio less than a year ago, its return isn't surprising given current market conditions.
"Bayer has a number of things going for it beyond its significant incorporation of nanotech into various product lines; it even sells Baytubes, proprietary ready-to-use, multi-walled carbon nanotubes. It's also a big, safe stock.
"But it's still undervalued relative to its pharma competitors. And it's a German company that has the spending power of a euro-based firm with significant exposure in every major developed and developing market in the world.
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