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In Kondratieff terms, new technology will emerge to spur the new burst of capitalism after the decline into the deflationary depression. Nano tech may play a huge part.

usnjay

That's amazing. I have a personaly theory that it's economically disadvantageous to be pessimistic about humanities future, and those who gain the most will be those who calculate the effects of coming windfalls in nanotech and biotech.

Is there a nano-tech index fund? I gotta invest in that.

usnjay

GK

There is a Nanotech ETF called Powerlux Nanoshares, with the ticker symbol PXN. It is going to be very volatile at these early stages, so the best way to get into it is dollar-cost averaging. But it is an actual diversified mutual fund.

http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=pxn

aion kinah

There is a Nanotech ETF called Powerlux Nanoshares, with the ticker symbol PXN. It is going to be very volatile at these early stages, so the best way to get into it is dollar-cost averaging. But it is an actual diversified mutual fund.

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