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First Book on How to Make Money (and Avoid Losing Money) Investing in Nanotechnology Released

First Book on How to Make Money (and Avoid Losing Money) Investing in Nanotechnology Released

SAN DIEGO, June 22 /PRNewswire/ -- The Nanotech Company is pleased to release the first book on successful investing strategies for nanotechnology and other so-called "small technologies," titled "Nanotech Fortunes."

Authored by the company's founder and managing director Darrell Brookstein, a 32-year career investment professional, author-personalized first-editions of the 256 page hardcover book are only available at the company's website, http://www.nanotechnology.com/, for a discounted $22.95 (retail $27.95). Best current price for the new book is $18.45 at http://www.atlasbooks.com/.

Mr. Brookstein is a Duke University graduate who went on to lead investment banking, investment advisory, private equity, venture capital and hedge fund firms. Specializing in speculative, "boom/bust" industries, he teamed with noted bio-nanoscientist, Erkki Ruoslahti, MD, PhD, in 2001, and focused his investment acumen on this misunderstood field.

"Nanotech Fortunes," which informs readers how to make money and avoid losing it in investing in nanotechnology, has already received acclaim in nanotechnology circles. Because of Mr. Brookstein's presentation of other nano-professionals' and nanoscientists' input, and the useful appendix, the book is called "The Source" for executives, scientists and investors.

Non-scientist readers have highly complimentary comments: "Read this book before you make the mistakes I did." JP "This is a seriously powerful book." GP

Now, high-tech investors can learn the secrets of investing in the dynamic area of nanotechnology without being intimidated by scientific jargon or hampered by irrelevant information.

Mr. Brookstein said, "I wrote this book for the readers of investment newsletters and books; they are who will enable the profit-exploding commercialization of technologies developed by scientists and engineers. Nanotechnology will drive industries and will touch everyone over decades. Anyone interested in the future of investing should read 'Nanotech Fortunes.'"

The Nanotech Company assists emerging "small tech" companies to achieve their corporate development goals and professional investors in investing in "small tech" by accessing its significant scientific, corporate development, and financial advisory resources. The company publishes a free e-digest of international "small technology" news, "The Best of the NanoWeek" also available at http://www.nanotechnology.com/.

For more information about "Nanotech Fortunes" and how to make money investing in nanotechnology and other "small technologies," please visit http://www.nanotechnology.com/.

Contact: Darrell Brookstein [email protected] 858-794-0848

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The Nanotech Company

CONTACT: Darrell Brookstein of The Nanotech Company, +1-858-794-0848, or
[email protected]

Web site: http://www.nanotechnology.com/

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