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Monday, September 12, 2005

Not sexy, but profitable

In today's Motley Fool I had an article published entitled: Nanotech's Promise Hits the Pedal. It is primarily about Accelrys but it reiterates a point I have long been making--the first companies to make money in the field are not necessarily going to be those working on disruptive technologies, they are going to be those doing more more mundane things.

Improving glass, plastic and other materials might not sound very sexy but -- at least in the short run -- companies producing such advances will make for better investments.

Jack Uldrich