An exhaustive (and exhausting) analysis and study of the almost unbelievable advances made in the fields of science and technology in relation to financial growth in companies, old and new. Neither the average layman nor the average investor will be able to follow precisely the author's thorough and detailed assessment of many of the scientific areas compassed, but there is fascination in the realization that break throughs and constantly transforming the technology of our time. He no doubt that there will be tremendous movement in electronic and technological shocks, surpassing the activity of the past. Even so there is still a gamble as to which of the hundreds will prove another J.B.M. The author has a varied background the degical student, social worker, financial reporter, electronics editor. He continually studied the scientific developments the world over. The investor can profit by reading this book- though it is no sure guide in the stock market.