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Rayno Life Science: Market Update 11/26… Stocks Cruise To New Highs

NASDAQ leads -up 0.6% to 4787 The October correction of ~7% was a “headfake” as macro events scared many investor away Technology and Healthcare Stocks Lead The Way The healthcare SPDR (XLV) is up 24.5% YTD and the technology SPDR (XLK) is up 18% YTD. Biotech stocks are at new highs with all major ETFs […]

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Rayno Life Science Small Cap Picks: CLDX, PACB, FMI…Update-1

Update November 18 : NASDAQ 4702 up 0.67%, IBB at 295.25up 2.22% Recent Small Cap picks: CLDX 17.72 off 2.9% with profit taking.Very choppy trade. FCSC 2.67 flat little action, despite Press Release on amputee treatment. Foundation Medicine (FMI) at $25.86 up 2.67%. DNA tests for genetic profiling of potential cancer treatments. KPTI $40.71 flat […]

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Rayno Life Science: Biotech Stocks Hit A Wall At New Highs Up 40% YTD

 Red Tape Today Means Caution-Take Some Off XBI at $167.83 Off 2% Traders, investors, executives even pension funds are thrilled with biotech investing as the stock group rolls on to new highs this month. What may not be appreciated is the 20% move off the October 16 bottom when gloom and doom reached its nadir […]

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Rayno Life Science Stocks: Up 30%+ YTD After A Volatile October

Investors Whipsawed By V-Shaped Rally NASDAQ at New Highs 4631 DOW at New Highs 17,390 Investors got what was forecasted-a volatile October that moved from fear to greed in two weeks! The market was buffeted by the Ebola scare, macro analysts decrying easy money from the FED and a potential global economic slowdown. But fears […]

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Bio Investor Forum #2: T-Cell Therapies and Cancer Targets

Genetically Modified T-cells: Gene Therapy Is Back! Here are some quick notes and an overview of the companies at Bio: Immuno-Oncology  is one of the hottest new areas of biopharmaceutical development and on October 7  BIO presented a Therapeutic Session on “T-Cell Therapies: Best Bets in Pushing Down the Cost Curve and Prioritizing Cancer Targets”. […]

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