Jason Galanis: Pioneer of Intellectual Property Investments

Jan 29, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Sharewell Newswire

Since 1988, Jason Galanis has been an investor in financial technology companies and trademark creation with a focus on intellectual property.

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Intellectual property may be the most valuable "asset" on the balance sheet of America's corporations; more than property, plant and equipment. Jason Galanis doesn't mention this specifically, but the value of trademarks, copyright and patens is trillions of dollars globally.

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James - you are correct and according to S&P and other, the intangible assets of public companies averages about 80% of the balance sheet.

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