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Bonner & Partners Exponential Tech Investor is a monthly newsletter. Its mission is to guide you straight to the most promising companies in today’s high-technology, small-cap market. You won’t have to wade through all the flashy, overhyped stocks that TV pundits are going crazy over. Exponential Tech Investor shows you where put your money and when so you can profit when new innovations disrupt the mainstream market.
Editor Jeff Brown is an angel investor with over 25 years of experience as a high-technology executive. He built early-stage start-ups and ran organizations generating hundreds of millions of dollars in annual revenues. Jeff earned his BS in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering from Purdue University. He also earned his MS in Management at the London Business School.
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