About Nanalyze

Who we are

We are a boutique media and research firm. Our research method involves sifting through large amounts of information in the public domain published by experts, then using our regular meetings and interviews with founders and industry participants to validate and boost our findings.

What we do

We educate and inform investors about disruptive technologies such that investment capital is directed towards those technologies that make the world a better place. We share insights about disruptive technology investments in a language that is future-proof and easy to understand – no financial jargon or technobabble. We write about startups, investable securities, market trends, and investment strategies in 12 key themes for an audience of retail and institutional investors, venture capitalists, corporates, management consultants, and entrepreneurs.

Why we do it

We give a voice to great ideas of the future, calling out anything that’s empty hype or a scam. True tech innovation makes everyone’s lives better, and we want to play our part in that. We also immensely enjoy learning from people smarter than us.

What we offer

Our business-to-consumer offering consists of a premium subscription that allows access to premium articles and – for annual subscribers – a handful of reports. In our premium articles, we evaluate stocks, ETFs, alternative assets, and other investment vehicles that allow investors to get exposure to 12 disruptive technologies and over related 70 themes. To learn more about our premium content, please read our piece on How We Produce Nanalyze Premium Articles.

Our business-to-business offering includes a content marketing service that helps exciting startups articulate their story to our broad audience of readers across the globe. If you’re a startup or a PR/communications agency looking for exposure to our readers, check out our promotional package for startups  We also provide custom research services for companies or agencies looking to promote their technology capabilities. If you’re interested to work with Nanalyze on custom research projects, please email us directly at info[at]nanalyze[dot]com.

Our story

Founded in 2003, Nanalyze started as a forum where investors could share information on companies involved in nanotechnology. Nanalyze was key in distributing objective information that helped differentiate real nanotechnology companies from “pump and dump” OTC stocks that attempted to capitalize on the hype surrounding nanotechnology. Today Nanalyze has moved to a publishing format so that our readers can better access information that will help them make more informed investment decisions.

Our team

As Nanalyze writers, we are a diverse group of individuals who collectively run the gamut when it comes to background, country of origin, work experience, education, race, gender, sexuality, and just about every other way you can slice and dice a population. The one thing we all have in common is a fascination for technology, a strong intellectual curiosity, an acceptance of our editorial guidelines, and the desire to help our fellow investors. We stand together as a single unified voice, calling things as we see them, while providing factual, insightful content to our lovely readers.

Joe Pivarunas

Managing Editor

A Lithuanian immigrant, Joe is a citizen of the world having lived, worked, and achieved a degree on three continents – and completed a marathon on all seven continents. The first half of his career was spent in software startups while the second half was spent in finance. He has traveled to over 100 countries, scouting technology startups in far-flung places across the globe, and can most likely be found in some obscure country writing about technology investing.

Peter Rejcek

Editor-At-Large

Formerly the world’s only full-time journalist covering research in Antarctica, Peter became a freelance writer and digital nomad in 2015. Peter’s professional focus for the last decade has been on science journalism. More recently, his interests and expertise have expanded to technology, health and business. An addicted traveler, Peter brings a global perspective to his writing while trying to keep it local, especially when it comes to the beer and food.

Peter Veto

Head of Research

Hungarian by birth, global citizen by choice, Peter has spent the first chapter in his career helping investment bankers make more money in Europe and the Middle East. More recently he’s moved on to technology, startups, writing, and fashion design. Peter’s very interested in the creative arts and is a huge fan of the Japanese culture above and beyond Dragonball.

Anna Lovella Velasquez

Social Media Manager

After a 20-year career in healthcare, Anna decided she wanted more flexibility so she could go live on a beautiful tropical island and spend time with her family. She now acts as our social media manager among other things, and is indispensable when it comes to helping us keep our MBAs in check.

Full Disclosure

This website provides information about the stock market and other investments. This website does not provide investment advice and should not be used as a replacement for investment advice from a qualified professional. This website is for informational purposes only. The writers on this website are not registered investment advisors and do not offer investment advice. You, the reader, bear responsibility for your own investment decisions and should seek the advice of a qualified securities professional before making any investment.

Nanalyze currently has major affiliate relationships with Interactive Brokers, Amazon.com, and Ally Invest. We also have minor affiliate relationships with Ancestry.com, Betterment, GeneByGene, Blooom, SmileDirectClub, and other companies.

Many of the offers that appear on this site are from companies from which Nanalyze receives compensation. This compensation may impact how and where products appear on this site (including, for example, the order in which they appear). Nanalyze does not include all companies or all offers that may be available in the marketplace.

Editorial Note: Any opinions, analyses, reviews or recommendations expressed on this page are those of the author’s alone, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any Advertiser.

Some Nanalyze articles are written by finance professionals who may at times take positions in various companies or investment products discussed on this site.