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Old 07-22-2004, 04:25 PM
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Small-Technology Venture Capital, Inc. (NYSE: TINY)
Harris & Harris Group.

What's unique about TINY is that it offers investors an opportunity to participate
as "angel investors" . Those that provide seed money. Risks are greater and so are
the rewards. Harris & Harris specializes in "small tech" which in this case is
nanotechnology and MEMS.
Here's a link to their portfolio. Some interesting and promising companies.
TINY Company Portfolio

This stock traded just over $6 last November before rallying to over $22 this April.
As usual, initial investor's excitement about a new technology rallied the Market well beyond
any justified earnings. Thus, this year's early nanotech buying frenzy bubble has burst .
This is actually the best possible thing that could happen. Allowing investors to get in and
acquire even stronger positions at lower multiples.
There's little doubt that nanotechnology will have a profound impact on the world.
Nor have we seen the last "nanotech" stock rush. This sector will continued to be under
pressure due to overall Market conditions. We're extremely bearish at the moment.
Would make stocks rise above some moving averages prior to showing any interest.
Believe that these stocks can be purchased at even lower levels later.
Nanotechnology will take years to roll out. There are some applications already
being used, many in the production stage and others still on the drawing board.
It's a 10-20 year horizon. Will be concentrating on companies with superior
proprietary technology patents.

thanks,

baz
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Old 08-31-2004, 02:09 PM
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One of the guys in the office bought and was touting this last week.
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Old 09-01-2004, 07:13 AM
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TA,

TINY was placed on Stock Talk's www.clearstation.com Watchlist on Nov. 16th 2003
@ $6.34 and hit a high of $23.60 in April before falling back below $7.00 in early
August. It's moved above it's 13 day moving average, but has yet to rise above
the 50 day moving average.
It might be a good spot to go long if one is bullish.
The prospects of rising interest rates and a increasingly difficult market
enviroment may slow it's upward pace. Believe that as Market conditions improve,
that the Nanotech sector will take off. So those getting in @ $7.00 should at some
point see higher returns. The question being when? A major market sell off will offer
even better prices for nanotech stocks in general.
I'm still very bullish on TINY for the reason stated in this tread.
It's best for investors to keep in mind how early in nanotechnology development we're
in. Much of what's coming down the pipeline is 5,10,15 and 20 years away.
One area to keep a keen eye on is nano-solar. There have been some major developments
recently which could have major implications.
If you haven't read the " GET TOUGH: British Titanium and TIE" tread, please do so.
It's one expample of how nanotechnology is changing the marketplace.
No doubt enthusiasm will drive nanostocks well beyond justified earnings,only to be
followed by significant corrections as we have already seen.
I'm not very bullish over the next 6 months to a year. In fact, am waiting for the
Fed to raise the Discount rate so I can short the Market.

gl,

baz
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Old 09-01-2004, 01:42 PM
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Thx for the info Baz,

my current responsibilty is towards conservative equities,

but of course I appreciate your posting all this info.

TA
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