Mission: To educate and inform investors about disruptive technologies such that investment capital is directed towards those technologies that make the world a better place.
Founded in 2003, Nanalyze started as a forum where investors could share information on companies involved in the nanotechnology space. Over time Nanalyze grew to one of the biggest investment forums in the technology space with 1900 different technology investing topics. In 2004 when nanotechnology became an emerging theme among investors, 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.
Many years later, Nanalyze has moved from a forum format to a publishing format so that our readers can better access information that will help them make more informed investment decisions. We have also expanded outside of just nanotechnology to include additional disruptive technologies such as 3D printing, artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, AR/VR, life science technologies, and clean tech.
Nanalyze Editorial Philosophy
- We don’t use bylines because we want the focus on the message, not the messenger
- We focus on providing insights, not news
- We never assume the reader has any prior technical knowledge or investing experience
- We take a global perspective and try to acknowledge our own ethnocentricisms
- We owe it to our readers to say things as they are, even if that hurts people’s feelings
- We are constantly learning alongside our readers
- We don’t make direct investing recommendations
- We focus on long-term investments that we can understand using common sense
- We believe that integrity is our most important value
- We believe that with enough hard work, even an MBA can succeed in life
As Nanalyze writers, we are a diverse group of individuals who collectively run the gamut when it comes to background, country of origin, 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.
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Some Nanalyze articles are written by finance professionals who may at times take positions in various companies or investment products discussed on this site.
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