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Biotech Bull Market: Trends to Watch in 2015… #3

Biotech Sector Moves Up In Tiny Steps Risk Remains On AACR Next Week Will Move Cancer Stocks Biotech indices and ETFs are trying to hit new highs but momentum is easing and trading is choppy. Nonetheless we are moving up from the brief correction near channel lows at the end of Q1. Sentiment remains strong. […]

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Risk Back On:Biotech Stocks Rally- IBB, XBI… Update-1…CLVS

4/13 Update  Biotech Sector Uptrend Intact XBI at 232.09 Clovis Oncology (CLVS) Up 13% On Upgrade Biotech Sector Brings In Buyers The late Q1 sell-off appears over as buyers are coming in near the 5o day moving average of the XBI, the more volatile ETF.The IBB shows a similar chart and both are up over […]

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Ignyta: Precision Medicine for Oncology Integrating Companion Diagnostics

Teva Deal Expands Portfolio and Diagnostic Capabilities Adding RXDX to Rayno Small Cap Portfolio Ignyta, Inc. (RXDX) is an emerging biopharmaceutical Company targeting new oncology drugs that inhibit Tyrosine kinase receptors (Trk) with integrated biomarker-based companion diagnostics for each product candidate. The Company has two clinical stage products in Phase 1:  RXDX-106 its lead product […]

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Snap-Back Rally In Biotech-But Lagging Other Sectors

Global Rally Today But Healthcare Sector Lags A Bit DOW up 1.49% at 17,976 NASDAQ Up 1.15% at 4947 Healthcare up 0.93% We are in Day Two of the biotech rally that was sparked last Friday with the rumor supported by a Deutsche Bank analyst that Biomarin (BMRN) was a takeover target. The Company has […]

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Biotech Bull Market-Trends to Watch #2: ETF Review-FBT XBI

Biotech and Healthcare ETFs Hit An All Time High–Another Rally Coming Today 3/20 M&A: Recent buy-outs of Cubist (CBST) for $9.5B and Pharmacyclics (PCYC) for $21B have raised the valuation bar. The healthcare sector remains strong and biopharmaceuticals are key to sales growth. Breakthroughs in genomics, targeted oncology and HCV drugs are blockbuster growth areas. […]

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