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Biotech Bull Market: ETFs and Life Science Mutual Funds 2018 YTD

gabapentin 300 mg for dogs side effects Biotech Bull Market: Up 25.39% Over 2 Years With High Volatility  XBI Outperforms Up 12% YTD; FBT is Comparable, IBB lags. Three Funds did well in H1 2018 (7-9%). Biotech stocks peaked in July 2015 and reached a bottom on 10/31/16 gradually clawing their way back to a level about midway between the highs and lows […]

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Rayno BioBeat #4 2018: ASCO Biotech Momentum Continues with M&A Theme…Updates 6/29

here Momentous  Biotech for June Update 6/28…A nice broad rally on Friday included the large cap biotechs with the IBB up 1.73% to $109.82. Even Celgene (CELG) found buyers up 3.6% flirting with the $80 level. The big winner was Vertex (VRTX) up 15.16% to the $170 level on news that a rival Company Galapagos (GLPG) […]

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Rayno Life Science Portfolio Flash Update: Roche and FMI Merger; Update with XBI breakout

http://apacheip.com/contact/geismar-louisiana-office/ Rayno Life Science Portfolio FMI: Personalized Medicine for Oncology We are on vacation this week but need to update you on Roche (RHHBY) complete buyout of Foundation Medicine (FMI) one of our top picks in personalized medicine for oncology. FMI is up 28% to $136.50 in the pre-market. We added FMI to our top picks on […]

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Biotech Mid-Caps: The Momentum Trade is Back FMI, LOXO,XBI etc

Biotech Mid-Caps- Momentum Trade is Back ASCO Abstracts Provide Clinical Updates But as of 2 P EDT Stocks Are Being Hit By Profit Taking XBI at $92.39 Biotech mid-caps had a good week ending 5/18 as tracked by the top performing XBI which was up 2%  and over 10% in 2018 YTD. The large cap […]

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2018 J.P.Morgan Healthcare Conference #4 Notes from Panel: Key Trends in Diagnostics and Lifesciences

Key Trends in Diagnostics and Lifesciences: Promise, Reality Reimbursement Panel Moderator: Ken Bahk, Three Lake Partners. Panelists- Nathan Ledeboer, Medical College of Wisconsin,Victoria Pratt, Indiana University School of Medicine, Nick Papadopolous, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Here are some takeaways from the session that covers novel tests, clinical diagnostic reimbursement and CPT codes(no slides were […]

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Small Cap Biotech Stocks Soar: How Long Will Rotation Last?

Speculation in Small Cap Biotech Picks Up-A Boon for Diligent Traders ETF Buying Is Driving All Small Cap and MicroCap Stocks Higher A Healthy Small Cap Rotation for Now: Reflation Trade ? Biotech stocks are rallying ahead of the expected strong seasonality in the November-January time frame. A rotation into smaller caps is leading the […]

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Rayno Diagnostics and Tools Revisited: Sector Outperformance That Tracks Biotech

Life Science Tools and Services Stocks Have Outperformed Biopharmaceuticals With Less Volatility Large Caps Are Winners in 2017 We have not covered the Life Science Tools and Diagnostics sector since early 2016 when life science stocks abruptly sold off. We have focused on biotech ETFs and Biopharmaceuticals because the upside looked more promising due to […]

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Biotech Bull Market Update: Five Year Performance for Life Science Funds and ETFs

Biotech Bull Market: XBI is leader for 2017 and Over Five Years The FBT First Trust Arca Outperformed Up 157% Over Five Years In 2016 the Sector Underperformed After the 2015 Downdraft Here is our July 2013 review of several top Life Science Funds and ETFs . Over five years below we have updated the performance* of […]

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Biotech Snapshot on a Rally Day…Update-2

8/10 Red Screen in the Morning We cautioned on XBI at $78 on 7/31 and today it broke through support at $75 to $74.70. ======= 8/9 Update After Close: A Bit of Caution after Trump’s “Fire and Fury” Talk Investors are holding off as global risks rise but biotech and healthcare holds July bottom (XBI $75-76) […]

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BIO International Convention 2017 Update #3: Genomics and Future of Personalized Medicine

Genomics and the Future of Personalized Medicine and Diagnostics Description of Track The opening plenary of the Personalized Medicine & Diagnostics Track will feature J. Craig Venter, Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the J. Craig Venter Institute, a not-for-profit, research organization with approximately 250 scientists and staff dedicated to human, microbial, plant, synthetic […]

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