Und sagt hinterher bitte nicht, hätten wir das vorher gewusst...
Ich bin mir ziemlich sicher, dass Nano der nächste große Hype wird. Im Gegensatz zu den Biotechunternehmen gibt es keine Behörde, die aufwendige Prüfverfahren vor der Zulassung fordert. Nach Lizensierung wird sofort Geld verdient.
Wahrscheinlich werden nächstes Jahr etliche Nanounternehmen versuchen einen Börsengang zu starten. Bis jetzt hält man sich wegen der allgemein unsicheren wirtschaftlichen Lage noch zurück - wenn das erste IPO in die Hose geht, wäre es fatal für die Branche.
Wer etwas mittelfristig denkt (2 Jahre?) sollte zumindest überlegen, ob er nicht schon jetzt einen kleinen Depotanteil in Nano parken sollte...
: einige Nanotechnologie Unternehmen habe ich für
euch herausgesucht... :-)
Company Name Symbol Mkt Cap (000's) BHP BILLITON LTD BHP $35,366,009 INCO LTD N $3,576,356 ENGELHARD CORP EC $3,119,953 NORANDA INC NRD $2,149,665 CAMECO CORP CCJ $1,499,862 PEABODY ENERGY CORP BTU $1,494,608 CONSOL ENERGY INC CNX $1,408,041 YANZHOU COAL MINING CO YZC $1,067,640 ARCH COAL INC ACI $1,035,575 MASSEY ENERGY CO MEE $926,462 FORDING CANADIAN COAL TR FDG $851,760 USEC INC USU $490,221 HEADWATERS INC HDWR $463,276 NATURAL RESOURCE PARTNER NRP $297,352 LIQUIDMETAL TECHNOLOGIES LQMT $226,176 RTI INTERNAT METAL INC RTI $224,127 PENN VA RESOURCE PARTNRS PVR $193,159 MINEFINDERS CORP LTD MFN $159,212 STILLWATER MINING CO SWC $145,538 WESTMORELAND COAL CO WLB $123,775 NORTH AMERICAN PALLADIUM PAL $115,827 IMCO RECYCLING INC IMR $108,032 BRUSH ENGINEERED BW $92,817 TITANIUM METALS CORP TIE $76,956 U.S. ENERGY CORP WYO USEG $56,837 NANOPHASE TECHNOLOGIES C NANX $50,712 OGLEBAY NORTON CO OGLE $15,559 DYNAMIC MATERIALS CORP BOOM $10,376 ALTAIR NANOTECHNOLOGIES ALTI $10,164 ALLIANCE NEW YORK MUN AYN $62,874,191 BLACKROCK NJ MUNI BD TR BLJ $28,200,000 STANDARD&POORS MDCP SPDR MDY $2,357,237 ACM INCOME FUND ACG $2,018,399 TRI-CONTINENTAL CORP TY $1,844,467 NUVEEN MUNI VALUE FUND NUV $1,815,078 VAN KAMPEN AMER CAP SEN VVR $1,375,276 NUVEEN INS MUN OPP FD NIO $1,301,856 SALOMON BROS FUND SBF $996,278 GABELLI EQUITY TRUST INC GAB $979,932 ING PRIME RATE TRUST PPR $965,956 ADAMS EXPRESS CO ADX $938,556 NUVEEN PREMIUM IMF NPI $938,292 MUNIYIELD INSURED FD MYI $923,412 MFS INTERMEDIATE INC TR MIN $919,501 ALLIANCE WORLD DOL GOVT2 AWF $913,959 PUTNAM PREMIER INCM TR PPT $910,789 NUVEEN PERF PLUS MUNI FD NPP $896,328 SALOMON BROS HIGH INCOME HIX $841,757 TCW/DW TERM TRUST 2003 TMT $826,822 EATON VANCE INS MUNI BND EIM $811,962 GENERAL AMERICAN INVESTR GAM $804,562 NUVEEN QUALITY IMF NQU $787,584 CALAMOS CV OPPTYS & INCM CHI $760,760 DEBT STRATEGIES FUND NEW DSU $672,194 NUVEEN MUNI OPPORTUNITY NMO $667,660 NUVEEN MUNI ADVANTAGE FD NMA $661,892 NUVEEN GA DIV ADV MUNI 2 NKG $655,719 PUTNAM MASTER INT INC TR PIM $642,854 NUVEEN INS QUALITY FD NQI $633,130 MUNICIPAL MTG & EQUITY MMA $610,019 NUVEEN PREMIUM IMF 2 NPM $609,439 MUNIHLDGS CA INSURED II MUC $593,999 MUNIYIELD FUND INC MYD $582,775 BLACKROCK MUNI INCM TR BFK $580,699 DREYFUS STRA MUN INC LEO $576,708 NUVEEN DV ADVTG MUNI 3 NZF $569,983 NUVEEN PREMIUM IMF 4 NPT $569,012 MFS CHARTER INCOME TRUST MCR $564,664 MUNIHOLDINGS FL INS FD MFL $564,059 MUNIVEST FUND INC MVF $563,156 COHEN & STEERS QLTY RQI $559,949 NUVEEN INVEST QUAL MUNI NQM $554,824 NUVEEN INS PREMIUM IMF 2 NPX $547,649 VAN KAMPEN MER MUNI TR VKQ $544,384 MUNIYIELD NY INSURED FD MYN $541,988 ZWEIG TOTAL RETURN FD ZTR $531,249 PIMCO CORP INCOME FUND PCN $526,597 MFS MULTIMKT INCOME TR MMT $525,956 HIGH INCOME OPPOR FD INC HIO $514,366 AIM SELECT RL EST INCOME RRE $511,850 BLACKROCK INCOME TRUST BKT $510,971 NUVEEN SEL QUAL FD NQS $506,626 MUNIYIELD CA FUND MYC $504,076 BLACKROCK MUN TAR TM TR BMN $503,608 MUNIYIELD CA INSURED FD MCA $484,834 BLACKROCK IM 2008 TT BRM $471,497 SCUDDER MUNI INCOME TR KTF $461,724 NUVEEN INS DIV ADV MUNI NVG $457,839 NUVEEN REAL ESTATE INCM JRS $451,961 MANAGED MUN PORTFOLIO MMU $445,777 MUNIYIELD QUALITY FUND MQY $444,509 MUNIHOLDINGS NY INS FND MHN $443,920 VAN KAMPEN MER TR IG MUN VGM $437,340 NUVEEN QUALITY PF INCM JTP $434,877 NUVEEN DV ADVTG MUNI 2 NXZ $433,081 COHEN&STEERS PREM INC RL RPF $427,500 DREYFUS STRA MUN BOND FD DSM $419,791 MSDW QUALITY MUNI INC TR IQI $419,624 MFS GOVT MKT INCOME TR MGF $402,690 PIONEER HIGH INCOME PHH $397,293 COHEN & STEERS ADVANTAGE RLF $395,452 MCG CAPITAL CORPORATION MCGC $394,807 BLACKROCK INCOME OPP TR BNA $387,563 MSDW INSURED MUNI INC TR IIM $383,352 SALOMON BROS WW DGTT SBG $373,754 ZWEIG FUND INC ZF $372,024 BLACKROCK INS MUNI INCOM BYM $369,314 NUVEEN NY QUALITY IMF NUN $366,799 NUVEEN NY SEL QUAL MF NVN $366,539 PUTNAM MANAGED MUN IN TR PMM $365,181 MSDW GOVT INCOME TRUST GVT $356,381 VAN KAMPEN MER VALUE MIT VKV $352,383 BLACKROCK INV QUA TM TR BQT $350,073 PUTNAM MASTER INCOME TR PMT $349,031 NUVEEN CA SEL QUAL MUN NVC $346,406 PIMCO MUNICIPAL INCOME PMF $342,415 NUVEEN CA QUAL INCM MUN NUC $340,357 DREYFUS HIGH YIELD STRAT DHF $336,920 NUVEEN QUAL PF INCOME 3 JHP $324,946 MUNIENHANCED FUND INC MEN $324,539 MANAGED HIGH INCOME PORT MHY $322,900 GLOBAL HIGH INC DOL FD GHI $320,760 SENIOR HIGH INC PORT ARK $318,766 MSDW INSURED MUNI TRUST IMT $316,862 NUVEEN PREMIER INS MUNI NIF $314,878 NUVEEN NJ INVEST QUAL MF NQJ $312,414 EATON VANCE SR INCOME TR EVF $312,388 VAN KAMPEN MER ADV MIT VKA $311,444 CORPORATE HI YLD FD III CYE $308,647 HYPERION TOTAL RET& I F HTR $307,128 MUNIHOLDINGS NJ INSUR FD MUJ $303,382 NUVEEN PREMIER MUN INC NPF $302,370 MUNIHOLDINGS INS FD II MUE $299,517 MFS MUNICIPAL INCOME TR MFM $298,637 BLACKROCK MUNI INCM TRII BLE $298,370 BLACKROCK INS MUN TM TR BMT $292,512 INSURED MUNICIPAL INC FD PIF $291,488 ALLIANCE NATIONAL MUN AFB $285,989 MUNIVEST FUND II MVT $285,466 NUVEEN NY INVEST QUAL MF NQN $283,007 NEUBERGER BERMAN INTERM NBH $281,190 MUNIYIELD QUALITY FD II MQT $278,916 NUVEEN FL INVEST QUAL MF NQF $274,951 CORPORATE HI YIELD FD V HYV $273,580 NUVEEN INSD TF ADV MUNI NEA $271,185 NUVEEN FL QUALITY IMF NUF $269,928 VAN KAMPEN MER MUNI IT VMT $269,455 AMERICAN STRAT INC PT 3 CSP $268,922 EATON VANCE INSD CA MUNI EVM $264,535 VAN KAMPEN MER MUNI OPP VMO $258,391 NUVEEN PA INV QUAL MF NQP $253,028 MUNIASSETS FUND INC MUA $251,938 PIMCO CALIF MUNI INCOME PCQ $249,606 NUVEEN SENIOR INCOME FD NSL $248,032 NUVEEN CA MUN VAL FD NCA $244,498 EATON VANCE MUNI INCOME EVN $243,687 MSDW QUALITY MUNI INV TR IQT $242,861 NUVEEN PA PREMIUM IMF 2 NPY $242,661 NUVEEN NY PERF PLUS MF NNP $241,572 TCW CONV SEC FUND CVT $241,343 OPPENHEIMER MULTI-SECTOR OMS $240,049 NUVEEN SEL TAX-FREE 2 NXQ $239,455 SCUDDER INTERMED GOVT TR KGT $238,652 PUTNAM INV GRD MUN TR PGM $238,320 NUVEEN INS FL PREM IMF NFL $237,802 MSDW QUALITY MUNI SECS IQM $235,084 BLACKROCK INV QUA MUN TR BKN $234,733 NUVEEN SEL TAX-FREE 1 NXP $232,404 BLACKROCK MUNI 2018 TR BPK $229,871 NUVEEN INS CA DV ADVTG NKL $226,896 CREDIT SUISSE ASSET MGMT CIK $225,530 CREDIT SUISSE HIGH YLD DHY $224,147 VAN KAMPEN AM CAP BD VBF $218,378 CORPORATE HIGH YIELD FD COY $218,306 PUTNAM MUNICIPAL BOND FD PMG $215,870 AMERICAN STRAT INC PT 2 BSP $214,622 MUNIYIELD NJ FUND MYJ $210,243 COLONIAL HIGH INC MUN TR CXE $208,223 NUVEEN CA DIV ADVTG FD 2 NVX $207,518 NUVEEN CA INV QUAL MUN NQC $206,638 PUTNAM MUN OPP TRUST PMO $205,032 DREYFUS MUNI INCOME FUND DMF $200,161 BLACKROCK CA MUNI INC TR BFZ $200,066 MUNIHOLDINGS FUND INC MHD $199,752 NUVEEN INS CA PREM IMF 2 NCL $197,975 SCUDDER HIGH INCOME TR KHI $197,843 MUNIYIELD FL FUND MYF $196,775 SAL BROS GL PARTNRS INCO GDF $195,676 EATON VANCE INSD NY MUNI ENX $194,758 MSDW MUNI PREMIUM INC TR PIA $194,016 NUVEEN MI QUAL IMF NUM $193,796 NUVEEN CA PERF PLUS MF NCP $191,486 SALOMON BROS WW INC FD SBW $190,845 NUVEEN NJ PREMIUM IMF NNJ $188,244 BLACKROCK NY IM 2008 TT BLN $184,390 MSDW INCOME SECURITES ICB $181,196 MASSMUTUAL CP INVESTORS MCI $180,271 MSDW CA INS MUNI INC TR IIC $179,291 MUNIYIELD PA INSURED FD MPA $176,367 MUNIHOLDINGS INSURED FND MUS $175,133 BLACKROCK CA INSD MUNI BFC $172,756 NUVEEN MD PREMIUM IMF NMY $171,801 NUVEEN SEL TAX-FREE 3 NXR $171,773 PUTNAM TAXFREE HLTH CARE PMH $170,240 VAN KAMPEN MER TR INS M VIM $169,688 BLACKROCK NY MUNI INC TR BNY $169,658 VAN KAMPEN MER MUNI OPP2 VOT $167,506 NUVEEN OH QUALITY IMF NUO $167,464 HYPERION 2005 INV GRD HTO $166,492 VAN KAMPEN MER CA QU MUN VQC $164,611 NUVEEN NC DV ADV MUNI II NNO $162,702 COLONIAL MUNICIPAL IN TR CMU $161,723 MSDW MUNI INCOME OPP TR OIA $160,548 PIMCO COMMERCIAL MTGE PCM $159,841 APEX MUNICIPAL FUND APX $159,315 PREFERRED INCOME FUND PFD $159,066 MUNICIPAL HIGH INCOME FD MHF $158,719 TRANSAMERICA INCOME SHRS TAI $157,217 INVESTMENT GRADE MUN IF PPM $156,805 DDF DE INVS DIV & INCOME DDF $156,315 PUTNAM HIGH YIELD MUN TR PYM $155,965 NEW AMERICA HIGH INC FD HYB $154,260 CIGNA HIGH INCOME SHARES HIS $154,060 JOHN HANCOCK PREM DV II PDT $152,731 VAN KAMPEN MER STRAT SMT VKS $151,946 MUNIHOLDINGS FUND II INC MUH $150,261 HYPERION STRAT MTG FUND HSM $148,942 EATON VANCE INSD MUNI 2 EIV $146,594 SELIGMAN SELECT MUN FD SEL $146,036 NUVEEN VA PREMIUM IMF NPV $145,224 AMERICAN SELECT PRTFOLIO SLA $144,363 MSDW MUNI INC OPP TR II OIB $144,138 NUVEEN NY MUNI VALUE FD NNY $143,489 NUVEEN TX QUALITY IMF NTX $142,559 NATIONS GOVT ITT 2003 NGI $142,519 MSDW CA QUALITY MUNI SEC IQC $142,401 PREFERRED INCOME OPP FD PFO $141,995 PACIFIC AMER INCOME SHRS PAI $141,601 COHEN & STEERS TOT RR FD RFI $141,325 BLACKROCK FL IM 2008 TT BRF $139,747 INTERMEDIATE MUNI FUND SBI $138,650 FRANKLIN UNIVERSAL TRUST FT $138,491 JOHN HANCOCK SEL DIV TR DIV $137,896 DTF TAX-FREE INCOME DTF $137,813 VAN KAMPEN MER PA QU MUN VPQ $136,867 FORT DEARBORN INC SEC FTD $134,902 BLACKROCK MUNI BOND TR BBK $133,562 MUNIYIELD NJ INSURED FD MJI $133,473 JOHN HANCOCK PAT PREM DV PDF $133,322 SCUDDER STRTGC MUNI INCM KSM $132,572 NUVEEN INS NY PREM IMF NNF $129,272 BLACKROCK FL INS MUNI TR BAF $128,776 ACM MUNI SECURITIES INCM AMU $128,188 CITIGROUP INVSMTS LOAN TLI $127,362 VAN KAMPEN MER TR IG PA VTP $125,118 MUNIYIELD FL INSURED FD MFT $125,081 NUVEEN MI PREMIUM IMF NMP $123,598 NUVEEN SEL MAT MUNI FD NIM $123,578 COLONIAL INV GRADE MUN CXH $123,376 ACM GOVT OPPORTUNITY FD AOF $123,229 BOULDER TOTAL RETURN FD BTF $122,233 MUNIYIELD MICHIGAN INS MIY $122,095 NUVEEN CA MUN MKT OPPOR NCO $120,768 VAN KAMPEN AM CAP AMIT2 VKI $120,396 NUVEEN INS NY DV ADVT NKO $119,839 NATIONS GOVT ITT 2004 NGF $118,849 ALLIANCE CALIFORNIA MUN AKP $117,988 MSDW INSURED MUNI SECS IMS $116,804 BLACKROCK ADVANTAGE TERM BAT $112,979 DELAWARE INV MN MUNI II VMM $112,769 MUNIYIELD MI INS FD II MYM $111,932 VAN KAMPEN MER TR IG NJ VTJ $105,599 VAN KAMPEN MER TR IG NY VTN $104,910 NUVEEN INS CA PREM IMF NPC $104,665 REAL ESTATE INCOME FUND RIT $104,512 BLACKROCK STRTGC BOND TR BHD $104,394 NUVEEN NC PREMIUM IMF NNC $103,821 BLACKROCK NJ MUNI INC TR BNJ $103,678 PACHOLDER HIGH YIELD FND PHF $103,313 BLACKROCK STRTGC MUNI TR BSD $102,185 PUTNAM HIGH INCOM BD FD PCF $101,709 EATON VANCE CA MUNI INCM CEV $101,431 MUNICIPAL ADVANTAGE FUND MAF $101,394 VAN KAMPEN MER FL QU MUN VFM $101,110 GABELLI GLOBAL MULTI-MED GGT $100,914 HARTFORD INCOME SHARES HSF $98,968 PIMCO NY MUNICIPAL FUND PNF $98,912 VAN KAMPEN MER CA VMIT VCV $97,927 LINCOLN NATL INCOME FUND LND $97,831 COLONIAL INTERMARKET I T CMK $96,879 NUVEEN NJ DIV ADVTG FD NXJ $96,503 VESTAUR SECS INC VES $94,903 VAN KAMPEN MER TR IG FL VTF $93,848 MASSMUTUAL PARTICIP INV MPV $93,609 BLACKROCK FL MUNI INC TR BBF $92,796 JOHN HANCOCK PATR PF DIV PPF $92,164 VAN KAMPEN AM CAP INCM VIN $91,128 BLACKROCK NY INS MUNI BSE $90,729 VAN KAMPEN MER NY QU MUN VNM $90,722 NUVEEN VA DV ADV MUNI II NNB $90,060 BANCROFT CONVERTIBLE FD BCV $89,202 NUVEEN CT PREMIUM IM FD NTC $89,198 BLACKROCK CA MUNI 2018 BJZ $89,097 NUVEEN MUNI INCOME FUND NMI $88,251 PIONEER INTEREST SHRS MUO $87,927 NUVEEN NY DIV ADVTG FD 2 NXK $87,261 NEUBERGER BERMAN CA INTM NBW $87,192 NUVEEN CA SEL TX FR INCM NXC $86,597 NUVEEN INS CA TX-FR ADV NKX $85,204 AMERICAN MUNI INC PORT XAA $84,095 AMERICAN INCOME FUND INC MRF $83,479 GABELLI CV&INCM SECS THE GCV $83,293 CIGNA INVESTMENT SECURTS IIS $82,806 MSDW MUNI INC OPP TR III OIC $82,731 LINCOLN NATL CONV SEC FD LNV $81,627 ELLSWORTH CONV GRWTH ECF $81,559 EATON VANCE NY MUNI INCM EVY $81,144 DELAWARE INV CO INS MUNI VCF $81,116 SALOMON BROS MUNIPART II MPT $80,808 VAN KAMPEN MER OH QU MUN VOQ $79,954 NUVEEN CA PREMIUM IMF NCU $79,508 MUNIINSURED FUND INC MIF $79,417 NUVEEN MD DIV ADV MUNI 3 NWI $79,082 SALOMON BROS MUNI PARTNE MNP $78,525 1838 BOND FUND BDF $76,398 NUVEEN MA PREMIUM IMF NMT $76,164 VAN KAMPEN MER TR IG CA VIC $76,009 BLACKROCK CA INS MUNI BCK $74,033 VAN KAMPEN MER ADV PA MI VAP $73,926 MORGAN STAN HIGH YLD FD MSY $73,360 NEUBERGER BERG NY INTERM NBO $73,027 VAN KAMPEN MER PA VMIT VPV $72,577 NEUBERGER BERMAN RL EST NRL $72,228 MSDW INSUR MUNI BOND TR IMB $70,180 NUVEEN AZ PREM INC MU FD NAZ $69,712 PUTNAM MANAGED HI YLD TR PTM $68,464 PROSPECT ST HIGH INCOME PHY $68,157 VAN KAMPEN MER NY VMIT VNV $68,141 NUVEEN MD DIV ADVTG MUNI NFM $67,535 EATON VANCE FL MUNI INCM FEV $67,046 MINNESOTA MUNI INC PORT MXA $67,032 NUVEEN NJ DV ADVTG MUNI2 NUJ $66,709 EATON VANCE NJ MUNI INCM EVJ $66,677 MSDW NY QUALITY MUNI SEC IQN $66,048 NUVEEN CT DIV ADV MUNI 2 NGO $64,900 HIGH YIELD INCOME FUND HYI $64,450 ZENIX INCOME FUND INC ZIF $64,259 MUNIYIELD ARIZONA FUND MZA $63,902 NUVEEN MD DV ADVTG MUNI2 NZR $63,683 PUTNAM HI INCOM OPPTY TR PCV $62,898 PUTNAM CA INV GRD MUN TR PCA $62,195 MFS SPECIAL VALUE TR SBI MFV $62,009 BLACKROCK NY MUN INCM II BFY $61,920 NUVEEN GA PREMIUM IMF NPG $61,607 VAN KAMPEN AM CAP SELSEC VKL $61,475 HIGH YIELD PLUS FUND INC HYP $61,043 SELIGMAN QUAL MUN FUND SQF $61,017 PROSPECT STREET INC SHS CNN $60,538 NUVEEN INS FL TX FR ADV NWF $58,609 NUVEEN OH DIV ADVTG FD NXI $57,868 NUVEEN NC DV ADVG MUNI 3 NII $57,824 AEW REAL EST INCM FD RIF $56,663 NUVEEN PA DIV ADVTG MN 2 NVY $56,542 MSDW INSURED CA MUNI SEC ICS $55,593 SALOMON BROS HIGH INC FD HIF $55,407 VAN KAMPEN MER CAP HIT VIT $55,255 EATON VANCE INS CA MUNI2 EIA $53,914 ALLIANCE ALL MARKET ADV AMO $53,136 NUVEEN NY SEL TX-FR INCM NXN $53,057 AMERICAN STRTG INC PRTFL ASP $52,537 BLACKROCK NY MUNI 2018 BLH $51,552 NUVEEN PA DIV ADVTG FD NXM $51,484 NATIONS BALANCED TARGET NBM $51,274 NUVEEN VA DIV ADVTG MUNI NGB $51,086 NUVEEN INS NY TX-FR ADV NRK $50,486 BLACKROCK BROAD INV 2009 BCT $48,347 CASTLE CONV FUND INC CVF $48,231 DELAWARE INV AZ MUNI INC VAZ $47,145 HARRIS & HARRIS GROUP TINY $46,801 EATON VANCE INS PA MUNI EIP $46,728 HATTERAS INCOME SECS HAT $46,423 VAN KAMPEN AM CAP MA VMI VMV $45,954 EATON VANCE OH MUNI INCM EVO $44,837 VAN KAMPEN MER INV GR MU VIG $43,841 NUVEEN AZ DV ADV MUNI 2 NXE $42,588 NUVEEN OH DV ADVTG MUNI2 NBJ $41,938 SCUDDER STRTEGIC INCM TR KST $41,628 DELAWARE INV MN MUNI INC VMN $41,235 EATON VANCE MA MUNI INCM MMV $40,924 BLACKROCK CA MUNI BD TR BZA $40,920 NUVEEN INSD MA TX-FR ADV NGX $40,812 NUVEEN CT DIV ADVTG MUNI NFC $40,577 VAN KAMPEN MER CAP HITII VLT $40,545 EATON VANCE PA MUNI INCM EVP $40,093 EATON VANCE INS OH MUNI EIO $39,522 EATON VANCE INS FL MUNI EIF $38,893 EATON VANCE INS NJ MUNI EMJ $38,806 DELAWARE INV FL INS MUNI VFL $38,704 FRANKLIN MULTI INCOME TR FMI $38,370 EATON VANCE INS NY MUNI2 NYH $37,453 DREYFUS CA MUNI INCOME DCG $37,361 STREETTRACKS WILSHIRE RWR $37,344 NUVEEN AZ DV ADVTG MU 2 NKR $36,872 NUVEEN MO PREMIUM IMF NOM $36,294 NUVEEN CT ADVTG MUNI II NGK $35,944 NUVEEN NC DV ADV MUNI FD NRB $35,872 NUVEEN CA DV ADVTG MUNI3 NZH $34,510 PUTNAM NY INV GRD MUN TR PMN $34,420 BLACKROCK NY MUNI BD TR BQH $33,418 EATON VANCE MI MUNI INCM EMI $32,750 NUVEEN OH DIV ADV MUNI 3 NVJ $32,722 VAN KAMPEN AM CAP CA MT VKC $32,580 DREYFUS NY MUNI INC FUND DNM $32,372 MASSACHUSETTS H&E TRUST MHE $32,248 NUVEEN MA DIV ADVTG MUNI NMB $32,021 BLACKROCK PA STRTGC TR BPS $29,111 NUVEEN GA DIV ADVTG MUNI NZX $28,929 UTEK CORPORATION UTK $27,480 NUVEEN MI DIV ADVTG MUNI NZW $27,468 VAN KAMPEN AM CAP OH VMI VOV $27,383 EATON VANCE INS MA MUNI MAB $27,365 BOULDER GROWTH & INCOME BIF $27,022 DELAWARE INV MN MUNI III VYM $27,004 CORNERSTONE TOTAL RETURN CRF $26,710 CIM HIGH YIELD SEC SBI CIM $26,700 BLACKROCK MD MUNI BD TR BZM $26,664 EATON VANCE INS MI MUNI MIW $26,500 NUVEEN AZ DIV ADVTG FD NFZ $24,423 BLACKROCK VA MUNI BD TR BHV $22,539 FIRST AMER MN MUNI INCM MXN $20,385 BLACKROCK NY IVST QLTY RNY $18,952 BLACKROCK FL IQMT RFA $17,469 BLACKROCK NJ INVST QLTY RNJ $14,491 BLACKROCK CA INV QMT RAA $13,313 STERLING CAP CP SPR $12,625 BEXIL CORP BXL $11,957 TUXIS CORPORATION TUX $7,932 ENGEX INC EGX $6,780 Z-SEVEN FUND INC., THE ZSEV $6,605 INTERNET GROWTH FUND FND $6,247 WATERSIDE CAPITAL CORP WSCC $4,503 BIOVAIL CORP BVF $6,223,566 ELAN CORP PLC ELN $1,392,439 ANDRX CORPORATION ADRX $1,175,853 ALKERMES INC ALKS $651,428 K-V PHARMACEUTICAL CL A KV.A $597,880 NEKTAR THERAPEUTIC SYSTS NKTR $447,498 ATRIX LABORATORIES INC ATRX $378,364 CIMA LABS INC CIMA $364,450 PENWEST PHARMACUTICAL PPCO $266,787 NOVEN PHARMACEUTICALS NOVN $217,195 COLUMBIA LABORATORIES COB $187,550 BENTLEY PHARMACEUTICAL BNT $185,383 FLAMEL TECHNOLOGIES SA FLML $136,063 QUIGLEY CORP THE QGLY $97,743 NASTECH PHARMACEUTICALS NSTK $81,073 CELLEGY PHARMACEUTICALS CLGY $78,566 MATRIXX INITIATIVE INC MTXX $66,564 EMISPHERE TECHNOLOGIES EMIS $57,507 MACROCHEM CORP MCHM $27,911 PROVALIS PLC ADS PVLS $24,009 INSITE VISION INC ISV $16,088 IOMED INC IOX $9,098
Nur dass die meisten Unternehmen erstmal fast nichts mit Nano zu tun haben, oder zumindest kaum Informationen über ihr Geschäftsfeld aufzutreiben sind. Ich gehe mal davon aus, dass du die Liste nicht persönlich in tagelanger Recherche zusammengestellt hast :-(
Das US-Repräsentantenhaus hat für Nanotechnologieunternehmen mit 405 Für- zu 19 Gegenstimmen ein $2.36 Milliarden schweres Finanzierungspaket verabschiedet. Sherwood Boehlert, Chairman des Wissenschaftsausschusses des Repräsentantenhauses, bezeichnete den Nanotechnologiebereich als einen der aussichtsreichsten Technologiesegmente. Mittels Nanotechnologie können Atome so manipuliert werden, dass neue Materialien oder winzige Maschinen geschaffen werden können. Während der Clinton Regierung wurde für den Sektor bereits $1 Milliarde zur Verfügung gestellt. Das Finanzierungspaket von $2.36 Milliarden gelte für drei Jahre.
: Udo, hast du schon was "Kleines" im Depot?
Ich leider noch nicht, obwohl ich ja schon mal vor 1 1/2 Jahren auf den nächsten Hype aufspringen wollte. Hatte sogar nen extra Thread gestellt, für den sich aber leider kaum Interessenten gefunden haben. Zur Zeit liegt ein tiefes Limit für Nanaophase in FSE,; vielleicht kann man ja zwischendurch ein paar Stücke abstauben.
Auf der Suche bin ich nach ner börsennotierten Firma, die jetzt schon relativ gute Umsätze macht und eine gewisses Marktkapitalisierung aufweist. Sie sollte sich im Kern mit "dünnen Schichten" beschäftigen. Meiner Meinung entwickelt sich da ein riesen Markt. Viele Oberflächen (Fenster, Fassaden, Sanitärbereich, Karosserien, etc.) können so veredelt werden, daß sich überhaupt kein Schmutz mehr absetzten kann. Diese Oberflächen halten sich quasi selber rein, oder es ist nur ein Wisch mit nem trockenen Tuch erforderlich. Beim Auto reicht z.B. der Luftzug ab 20km/h um Lack und >Scheibe zu säubern.
nanx könnte noch spannend werden; warte aber noch bis nächste woche! interessant ist auf jedenfall tiny auch wenn der wert schon gut gelaufen ist. hoffe er konsolidiert jetzt ein wenig um noch etwas nachzukaufen. markatkapitalisierung vonn 55 millionen dollar ist eigentlich noch o.k.. haben eine liquidität von 16,5 millionen und einen anlagewert von ca. 30 millionen. interessantes forum auch unter: www.nano-invests.de
Allerdings auch noch nicht sooo lange. ALTI hatte mich schon etwas nervös gemacht, als es nur bergab ging und deswegen vor ein paar Wochen Teilverkauf. Am längsten halte ich TINY(mit kurzen Tradingpausen). Die machen einen sehr soliden Eindruck. Vor einem knappen Jahr haben sie eine Kapitalerhöhung ohne Probleme bei den Aktionären platziert. Ich hatte dummerweise nicht gezeichnet. Wenn ich mich recht erinnere war der Ausgabepreis der neuen Aktien irgendwo um 2,5$.
NEW YORK -- If the excitement at New York's NanoBusiness Conference is any guide, future historians will declare early 2003 to be nanotechnology's tipping point, the pivot on which the industry slid from "not quite ready" to "raring to go."
In a little less than a year since the last conference, major corporations like General Electric and the various remains of Bell Labs have formed, increased funding for or spun off dedicated nanotech units. Though the venture capital community has shrunk back to mid- 1990s levels of funding, the big venture- capital players like Venrock, Polaris and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers are all investing what money they have in nanotech.
"It's not a fad. It's integral to technology companies' R&D pipeline, and the sophisticated investors know that," said Josh Wolfe, a co-founder and Managing Partner of Lux Capital focusing on investments in nanotechnology.
Even the government is getting in on the nano action. Earlier this year, President Bush's 2004 budget increased funding for the National Nanotechnology Initiative by about 9.5 percent, to $847 million. And just last week, the House passed a nanotech funding bill, allocating $2.36 billion in research money over the next three years to NASA, the National Science Foundation, the EPA and the Departments of Energy and Commerce.
Part of the excitement comes from a report (PDF) by the National Science Foundation indicating that nanotechnology had the potential to grow into a $1 trillion-per-year industry. But most of the excitement comes from a growing acceptance in the business community and by the general public that nanotechnology exists here, right now and it's getting smaller all the time.
While the sexy, sci-fi images of nanotechnology are hype, real nanotech products are coming onto the scene through the back door.
SI Diamond Technology has been making low-power MRI displays based on carbon nanotubes for about a year. Inframat has developed a ceramic coating that bonds to metal on a nano level, making it resistant to peeling and the Navy is using it on submarines. Cambridge Display Technology makes light-emitting polymer displays that are about to be installed in the London metro. The Kodak EasyShare LS633 digital camera also uses a nanostructured LEP display, as will just about every laptop for sale this Christmas. Cymbet makes thin film polymer batteries that power RFID tags.
One can arrange silicon atoms into a molecular sieve only so many ways, for example, which is why Steve Maebius is here talking to inventors. Maebius is a partner in the Intellectual Property department of Foley and Lardner, the 12th-largest law firm in the United States. He works with nanotech companies, helping them navigate the patent application and licensing minefield.
Natural quantum forces that arrange atoms into particular shapes cannot be patented, Maebius admits. What can be protected are the controlled environmental conditions that cause the atoms to take that particular shape. "As soon as you involve the hand of man in manipulating those conditions, at that point you may have something patentable," he says.
But maybe not. Nanotech patents are just now starting to make their way through the convoluted U.S. patent system; about 2,800 nano-related applications have been filed in the past six years. The patent process is slow, however, taking as much as six years from application to issuance.
Nano-researchers are warned against publishing their discoveries in peer-reviewed journals for fear of tainting their exclusive rights. So while an invention is working its way through the patent process, other researchers could be replicating the work, wasting time rediscovering the invention.
This confusion over who did what first can have a negative impact on a company's attractiveness to venture capitalists. In the battle between the quality or the quantity of a nanotech company's intellectual property holdings, quality doesn't always win.
"I think some venture capitalists approach IP as kind of a checklist," Maebius explains. "If a company has lots of patents, they think 'Wow, this really looks good.' That's unfortunate, because some of the early broad patents have been snapped up by some large companies."
For example, a small startup obtains a patent for a new way to make carbon nanotubes. Their ability to market that product may be blocked by the company that holds the patent on the original carbon nanotube. "The only way around this is to approach the original patent holder and negotiate a collaboration or a cross license. Otherwise nobody can practice in these overlapping areas," Maebius says.
Because of IP problems like this, and because they still remember their dot-com debacle, venture capitalists are now wary of nanotech startups. Emmanuel Barros, who attended the NanoBusiness conference last year to raise funds for his fabrication company, NanoMatrix, is sitting this year out. "We tried the dog and pony act to attract funding, but VCs were unrealistic about the returns and risk," he explained in an e-mail interview.
Josh Wolfe agrees that, while eager to invest in nanotechnology in the abstract, some VC firms might be reluctant to invest in specific nanotech companies for a variety of reasons. "The first is a lack of understanding of physical and material sciences, (but) most importantly, they can't invest in nanotech if they don't have the deal flow to work from."
The lack of published information about the latest nanotech progress may discourage some investors. Many VCs prefer nanotech subsidiaries of large companies, rather than small nanotech startups, because the large companies usually have the resources to find out what other researchers are doing, thus helping to ensure that their researchers are not wasting their time.
"They wanted everything, but with little risk," Barros says of the venture capitalists he's dealt with. "We quit looking for funding and focused on clients. After all, the client's money is just as good as the VC's, except the client wants product and no stock. I haven't found a single VC that can beat that deal."
According to Barros, NanoMatrix is developing products and gaining clients without a shred of outside funding. "How soon we'll be in the black is anybody's guess, but we certainly are hopeful and have tremendous potential."
Nanophase Announces Doped Zinc Oxide Nanomaterials Thursday May 15, 8:01 am ET
ROMEOVILLE, Ill., May 15 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Nanophase Technologies Corporation (Nasdaq: NANX - News), a technology leader in nanomaterials and nanoengineered products today announced commercial availability of doped zinc oxide nanomaterials. The zinc oxide dopants include aluminum, copper, and silver at dopant levels ranging from several ppms to several percent. Doped zinc oxide nanomaterials are targeted at a wide variety of potential applications including antimicrobial agents (antifungal, antibacterial, and antifouling), opto-electronics, and tailored UV absorption. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20030422/NANXLOGO )
Dr. Ed Ludwig, Nanophase's Vice President of Business Development, stated, "Zinc oxide based materials are known to offer significant benefits as antimicrobial agents. They have demonstrated antimicrobial activity, are non- irritating, and absorb moisture and odors. Their thermal stability imparts permanence to their activity and enables these materials to be incorporated into plastics and on surfaces that experience extreme processing or harsh application environments -- yet they remain active. In addition they are GRAS ('generally regarded as safe') materials."
Dr. Ludwig also believes that doped zinc oxides may have applications as opto-electronic materials. Zinc oxide is a semiconductor; doping zinc oxide allows the band gap to be changed -- affecting the optical (absorption of UV radiation), electrical, and magnetic material properties. While still early in application development, the Company is interested in the potential to tailor doping levels of zinc oxide to nanoengineer materials for targeted applications, including semi-insulating substrates, UV LEDs, laser diodes, photodetectors, and conductive materials.
Nanophase's doped zinc oxides are non-porous, dense, discrete, homogeneous, single-phase crystals. Doped zinc oxide nanomaterials are commercially produced using Nanophase's patented PVS technology at varying compositions, which are adjusted to meet specific application requirements, in discrete nanoparticle size ranges less than 100 nanometers. Nanophase has annual commercial production capability for zinc oxide and doped zinc oxide nanomaterials in the metric tons range and offers these nanostructured materials as nanopowders and as dispersions using its proprietary (patent pending) dispersion technologies. All of Nanophase's nanoengineered products are manufactured under the Company's cGMP and ISO-9001: 2000 quality system.
Stellt sich die Frage, ob wieder mal gilt "Buy the rumour, sell the news", oder ob es jetzt erst recht abgeht.
Cepheid Announces United States Postal Service (USPS) Biodetection Contract Award to Northrop Grumman Monday May 19, 3:48 pm ET
SUNNYVALE, Calif., May 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Cepheid (Nasdaq: CPHD - News) today announced that the United States Postal Service (USPS) has awarded Northrop Grumman Corporation's (NYSE: NOC - News) Security Systems LLC unit a contract to manufacture and integrate Biohazard Detection Systems (BDS) designed to rapidly analyze and detect potential biological threats at Postal Service mail sorting facilities nationwide. Value of the contract is approximately $175M.
Northrop Grumman is the prime contractor and systems integrator of the BDS, which uses polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technology, developed by Cepheid, to rapidly analyze air samples taken from the mail sorting systems and detect trace levels of DNA from anthrax spores and other biological agents as it moves through the mail processing equipment. The BDS incorporates Cepheid's GeneXpert® modules as its detection and identification system and utilizes Cepheid's patented test cartridges.
Commenting on the program, Cepheid Chairman, Tom Gutshall stated:
"We conceived and developed the GeneXpert system to allow the benefits of what is otherwise complex genetic testing to be realized in virtually any setting. It is gratifying to see the full benefit of the system being realized in meeting the demanding and unique needs of the USPS on a totally automated basis. Northrop Grumman has led development of this technologically advanced and effective solution for biothreat detection for postal automation."
Cepheid's GeneXpert system utilizes the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) to amplify and detect target DNA. The system is the first to fully automate and integrate all the steps required for PCR-based DNA testing: sample preparation, DNA amplification and detection. Designed for use by a minimally skilled operator, the system provides PCR test results from a raw sample in 30 minutes or less, enabling time-critical DNA tests at the point of need. Current techniques for accomplishing this same series of procedures require extensive labor by skilled technicians and can take hours to several days to deliver results.
Nanotech On The Front Lines by: visions_blue (M/Tucson) 05/20/03 12:26 am Msg: 63057 of 63084
Josh Wolfe, Forbes/Wolfe Nanotech Report, 03.19.03, 11:45 AM ET
NEW YORK - As the U.S. enters into its first full-scale international conflict in more than a decade, military technology has taken front stage. Technology often causes titanic shifts in military strategy. The atomic bomb rewrote the rules of military engagement. The last Gulf War used technology to eliminate some of the need for massive use of ground troops and saved thousands of lives, according to William Schneider, chairman of the Defense Science Board under Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.
Most combat technologies likely to be showcased in Iraq are already in the arsenal, but today the U.S. is financing the development of more-advanced military technologies to deal with future threats. "After 9/11, there was an intensified interest and availability of resources to address the military transformation for the 21st century," says Schneider.
The Department of Defense is not your average customer. With a 2003 budget of $379 billion, its buying power is massive. The Defense Science Board recently compiled a study for the DoD that highlighted nanotechnology as one of the six technology areas earmarked for big money. It regularly briefs Rumsfeld, and Schneider says Rumsfeld is well aware of what nanotech can do.
After the National Science Foundation, the DoD is the largest supporter of nanotech research. As part of the National Nanotechnology Initiative's $710 million 2003 budget, the DoD is committing $201 million for research in nanoelectronics, magnetics, nanomaterials by design, and detection and protection against chemical, biological, radiological and explosive threats. Schneider anticipates the military will adopt a larger presence in driving tech development in the coming years. It will pick up some of the slack left as corporations retrench and clip research and development.
One trend in the military that has grown more prevalent since the Gulf War is modern technology's ability to reduce the need for troop presence. Defense leaders are optimistic about the prospect of nanosensors being deployed in combat. These nano-enabled sensors will be extraordinarily precise, incredibly tiny and lightweight. Satellites and J-Star radar systems in 707 planes are part of the solution, but tiny, mobile and cheap sensors that can detect enemy troop movements will fill in the blanks. "Nanoscale sensors have the potential to dispel the fog of war," says Schneider. "Richness in sensors allows commanders to have a complete picture of the tactical battlefield."
The ability of the nanosensors to detect the presence of single molecules of selected substances will be most relevant to homeland defense and combat against foes like Iraq. Many companies have moved into the sensor market to work on biological and chemical warfare protection. Companies like Cepheid (nasdaq: CPHD - news - people ) and Ibis Therapeutics (nasdaq: ISIP - news - people ) are moving down from the micro-scale to identify chemical and biological threats.
In May, the Army gave Cepheid a $3.4 million contract to develop reagents for detection of biothreats and other pathogens. Meanwhile, some of the nanoscale approaches to chemical and biological threats from university-based nanotech research are gaining steam. Last month, Chad Mirkin's Northwestern spinoff Nanosphere entered into a development contract with the U.S. Government Technical Support Working Group to use Nanosphere's proprietary biomolecular detection system (using gold nanoparticles) for detection of biological warfare agents like anthrax. Charles Lieber's Harvard spinout Nanosys anticipates having a commercial nano-enabled sensor product within the next>/b>
Nanogen Announces Issuance of Patent for Electronic Fabrication of Micro and nanoscale Devices WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2003 4:30 PM - PR Newswire
SAN DIEGO, May 28, 2003 /PRNewswire-FirstCall via COMTEX/ -- Nanogen, Inc. (NGEN) announced today that it has been issued U.S. Patent No. 6,569,382, "Methods and Apparatus for the Electronic, Homogeneous Assembly and Fabrication of Devices," by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. This patent relates to electronic fabrication of micro and nanoscale devices and is the first to issue in a series of applications filed to broaden Nanogen's core proprietary technology. Nanogen has had five patents issued year-to-date, bringing the Company's total number of issued patents to 52 in the United States.
The new patent relates to methods to integrate micro and nanoscale components, such as light emitting diodes (LED) for displays, highly integrated biosensors and micromechanical devices, into higher order structures and devices. Using electroosmotic forces, component devices can be moved through a fluidic medium to a desired target location on a substrate or motherboard through electronic self-assembly fabrication. The heterogeneous assembly of microelectronic, microoptical and micromechanical components on an integrated silicon circuit illustrates the usefulness of these nanofabrication methods that go beyond lab-on-a-chip applications. These nanofabrication techniques could lead to faster, lower cost and more complex higher order devices and structures.
"One of the challenges to producing miniaturized products using nanoscale components will be the integration of these devices with existing microelectronic components. The electronic 'pick and place' fabrication processes described in the patent facilitate the bringing together of micro and nanoscale components thereby helping solve scaling issues. By combining the best aspects of top-down and bottom-up fabrication through Nanogen's proprietary electronic self assembly technology, nanoscale materials and components can be combined to form higher order devices," said Dr. Michael J. Heller, co-founder of Nanogen, one of the inventors, and currently a Professor in the Departments of Bioengineering and Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of California, San Diego.
"We believe the technology described by Nanogen's new patent could provide a key technological advantage for nanofabrication across many diverse applications of nanotechnology," said Howard Birndorf, Nanogen chairman and CEO. "The issuance of this patent is a product of our continuing efforts to increase and broaden our intellectual property portfolio."
Applied Nanotech Inc. is a premier nanotechnology research and development organization dedicated to generating innovative products and applications using carbon nanotubes, metalized nanoparticles, silicon nanocrystals, and nanowires.
We currently hold an extensive proprietary patent portfolio, with over 68 patents issued and 86 pending. Our range of products support applications including field emission displays, artificial dielectric materials, high intensity light sources, densely packed nanowires, decontamination of biological agents, single end multiplex electron sources, and portable industrial and medical X-Ray tubes.
Altair Nanotechnologies Receives Positive RenaZorb Animal Test Results; RenaZorb, A Nanotechnology-Based Drug Candidate For Phosphate Control in Kidney Dialysis Patients, Shows Phosphate Binding In Dogs And 5/6 Nephrectomized Rats - PrimeZone Media Network
Irgendwie traue ich der Firma aber nicht über den Weg - da wird auch viel heiße Luft produziert mit ihren Pressemitteilungen - nur zum zocken.
Seriöser ist da TINY, die heute auch mit einer Meldung aufwarten können.
Nanosys Announces Second Closing of Second Round of Financing Tuesday June 3, 8:35 am ET
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 3, 2003--Harris & Harris Group noted today that Nanosys, Inc. (www.nanosysinc.com) has announced the second closing of its second round of financing.
In total, the second round raised $38 million, of which Harris & Harris Group invested $1.5 million. Nanosys is Harris & Harris Group's largest tiny-technology investment to date.
Nanosys, Inc, is a recognized leader in nanotechnology through the development of nano-enabled systems. These systems incorporate novel and patent-protected nanostructures that integrate functional complexity directly into each individual nanoparticle, enabling the low-cost fabrication of revolutionary high-value, high-performance applications in a broad range of industries from life and physical sciences to information technology and communications to renewable energy and defense. These nanostructures include nanowires, nanorods, nanotetrapods and nanodots formed from all of the industrially important semiconductor materials (Group II-VI, III-V and IV) as their principal active elements. These systems exploit the fundamentally new and unique electronic, optical, magnetic, interface and integration properties associated with materials on the nanometer-scale. The initial applications include exquisitely sensitive chemical and biological sensors, high performance large area macroelectronics and lightweight high efficiency conformal photovoltaics.