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January 26, 2015 / 6 Shevat, 5775
 
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The Israeli Dash to the NASDAQ

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“I was once a young boy, and I grew old. Trends come and go. In the short and medium term, we have certainly come across an untapped reservoir of Israeli ideas and a group of Israelis who are creating value for investors, and there is a chance that this is the current big thing, although it’s difficult to say where the next big thing will come from.”

About the Author: Ranit Nachum-Halevi is a consultant to real estate companies, and former senior real estate correspondent for The Marker, Haaretz's daily financial supplement. She has been working in Israel's media for more than 15 years. You can reach her at ranit.nh@gmail.com.


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