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2017 J.P.Morgan Healthcare Conference: Large Cap Biotechs Compared to 2016

Large Cap Biopharma Stock Performance YoY from J.P.Morgan Conference The market recovered slightly today from yesterday’s “Trump storm” attacking drug prices. The IBB rose 0.36% and the XBI rose 1.56% . The healthcare sector overall was flat. Selected stocks that continued their upward trend from earlier this week are: Array Biopharma (ARRY) up 7.3%  -Five […]

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Biotech Blahs: Out of Favor But Great For Stock Pickers…Update-2

Update-2…1/6/17– Three Day Biotech Rally…12N EST NASDAQ at New Highs 5532 XBI is up 5 points since last Friday’s close to $63.45;The IBB is up 16 points to $280. Investors are betting on a turnaround in healthcare with positive news from the JPMorgan Healthcare Conference next Monday. Despite extremely negative sentiment on the sector, demand for […]

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Biotechs Unhinged by Tough Pricing Talk

Biotechs Unhinged-Roiled by Commentary and Tweet storms Biotech stocks rallied briefly early in the week but sold off abruptly over the past two days with a quote from Trump in a Time Person of the Year article as saying, “I’m going to bring down drug prices”. This tough talk is reminiscent of comments by both […]

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Market Reversal in Biotech But Healthcare Stocks Are Still Muddled

Market Reversal in Biotech Offers Bullish Set-Up After one of the worst down days in months yesterday biotech stocks broadly reversed today giving a short term “nibble” signal. The macro environment got support from economic data as well with upward Q3 GDP revisions to 3.2% and higher consumer confidence data. The economy now has the […]

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Rayno Biobeat #4: Sector Shift Underway but what’s next for biotech?…Update-1

Update-1 November 28 Another nasty day for biotech A bit of a selloff in the market indices today with the NASDAQ down 0.58% and the S&P down 0.53%. The highly touted Russell 2000 (IWM) was down 1.3% after a 15 day rally. But the real wreck was in biotech with the XBI down 3.09% and […]

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Rayno Biobeat #3…Trump Biotech Rally Leads Market Up

Trump Election Win Drives Huge Biotech Rally NASDAQ up over 1% to 5248 The Trump biotech rally began at today’s opening up (IBB) 20 points to $280 then held to close  up 8.9% to $285. The XBI soared 10.4% to close at $63.8 near highs of day. The cloud of drug pricing concerns vanished because […]

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Rayno Biobeat #2…Good Value in Large Cap Biopharmaceuticals- Update-1

Which Large Cap Biopharma Stocks Have the Best Value? But revenue growth is slowing so M&A must pick up. Drug stocks have gone through a severe correction and healthcare is one of the worse sectors YTD. Although the key indicators are still sketchy, now is the time to look for value among several top large […]

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BIO Investor Forum October 18-19, 2016… Preview

BIO Investor Forum 2016 We will be attending the BIO Investor Forum beginning Tuesday October 18 for two days. Last year the meeting was excellent for coverage of small cap biotech companies and important issues and trends in the life science industry. Over 100 companies will present in 2016. Here are some links to selected […]

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Biotech Stocks Recovering from Last Week’s Free Fall: XBI…Update-2

Green Tape Today Shows Resilience– 10/10/16 ESMO Cancer Congress 4%+ Up movers: AGIO ARIA BLUE CLVS LGND PBYI TSRO etc. XBI up 2.39% More Bad Clinical News for Biotech:ALNY,CLVS The XBI lost 3.2% for the week to $64.15 taking a hit from Alnylam (ALNY) downdraft down 49% for the week. The IBB also took a […]

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Biotech Stocks Pause at Resistance: IBB…Update-2…Caution

Update-2… 9/29 Caution on Biotech-Major Sell-Off with IBB off 3.12% The market had a bad day today hit by Wells Fargo (WFC) Congressional hearings and paranoia about Deutsche Bank AG (DB). Unrelated to this news was a major sell-off in biotech stocks with pricing concerns back in the news. Voters in CA can vote on Proposition […]

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