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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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Market Perks Up on FED Testimony-Rates To Stay Low… Update 1 6/19

Update June 19.. 3:10 p EDT Ten Yr 2.62%, U.S.equities flat,biotech mixed, jobless claims down. Japanese and European equities up. Iraq on front page. GOLD Up $41 Breaks Through Resistance at $1300 Gold futures rose on technicals, Middle East turmoil, a weak dollar and a dovish FED. Silver is also strong.In this week’s Barron’s three […]

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Rayno Dx and Tools 2014 YTD After Correction: ILMN, HOLX, RHHBY

April Sell-Off Hit Diagnostic Small and Mid Caps The bursting of the biotech bubble affected many small cap growth stocks. 2013 was a great year for our portfolio so some weakness was expected after the huge Q1 2014 moves. Most of our picks peaked in Jan/Feb time frame when many of our favorites were hit […]

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Clinical Diagnostic Companies 2013 Financial Metrics and Valuation Models

Diagnostics  Companies-After 2013 Financial Reporting Stocks to Watch: Cepheid (CPHD), Exact Sciences (EXAS) , Orasure (OSUR) Price to Sales (P/S) is the best metric of value as many companies in the sector are not profitable. Molecular diagnostics and genomics are the strongest growth sectors e.g. Cepheid (CPHD), ResponseGenetics (RGDX). Many stocks show a “topping effect” or […]

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A Good Week For Rayno Life Science Stocks: AMRI, CBST, ILMN, RHHBY

Rayno Life Science Movers -Diagnostics Review Next Week Despite some choppiness in biotech trading this week many of our stocks did well. I won’t go into some of the unusual volatility in other small and mid-caps lately  but that is part of the reason for my “bubble” article. There is also a lot of focus […]

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