Archive | December, 2017

Biotech Bounce “Ignyted” By Roche Deal

http://qualityfirstcontractor.com/wp-json/oembed/1.0/embed?url=http://qualityfirstcontractor.com/2016/03/stucco-project/ Biotech Bounce Ignited By Roche (RHHBY) Buy of Ignyta (RXDX) NASDAQ Flat at 6953 Healthcare sector weak down 0.43%. as of 1 PM  EST Trading Biotech stocks escaped the doldrums today ignited by Roche (RHHBY) acquisition of Ignyta, Inc. (RXDX) for $1.7B in an all cash transaction. The stock soared 71%. Ignyta is focused on […]

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What’s Up With Diagnostics and Tools Stocks? Big Winners Are In Personalized Medicine- FMI, ILMN

source url Clinical Diagnostics and Tools: Big Winners Are In Genomics and Personalized Medicine Slower growth in routine clinical diagnostics, tools are favored. Hologic has a unique business model for women’s health and diagnostics. Gene sequencing is important for future clinical applications and biopharma R&D. We haven’t updated our Clinical Diagnostics and Tools Portfolio since the severe […]

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Macro Headwinds Stall Biotech Stocks and ASH Momentum Fades…Update-1

click here Update 12/18 Market Rockets to Records But Biotechs Left Behind Ebullience reigned today stoked by tax cuts around the corner. Although many talking heads have said that the tax cuts are “baked in” it seems that a new view has emerged that equities still have room to run because of stock buybacks, capital investment, dividend […]

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Rayno BioBeat #7: Biotech Green Screen Day Off Recent Bottom…Update-2

Update 12/12/17 Biotech Rally Stalls at Resistance Celgene (CELG) holds $109. Mid-caps red especially INCY PTLA RDUS. Mixed market on low volume. Alexion (ALXN) trying to bounce. =============== Update 12/10/17 Can the biotech rally continue this week with ASH news? XBI hits $84 the one month peak IBB at $106 the one month peak Celgene […]

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West Coast Weather Update: LaNina Hell Comes to California…Update-3/18

2018 LaNina Delivers March Storms-Blocking High Pressure Gone! This NOAA site called the change in February and predicts more cold and wet weather ahead. Mammoth Mountain Expects Big Storms in March-Season Has Been Saved!  Snowmaking and Grooming Kept Skiing Good in February Despite only 28 in. of snow. 18 in. of New Snow-Bringing Season Total […]

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