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Rayno Dx and Tools: 2015 Q1 Mid Quarter Update-FMI, CSII, HOLX, ALR

Bullish Trend Continues for Mid-Cap Growth Stocks The Life Science Tools and Clinical Diagnostics sector kept pace with major life science ETF performance. Major  ETFs (FBT,IBB,XBI) are up about 10% YTD and our top performers are up over 10%. We will provide an update of our  Clinical Diagnostics portfolio after all earnings reports are in. […]

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Rayno Biopharmaceutical Portfolio Performance: Sector is up 80% from 7/1/13 to 2/11/15

Biotech Stocks Up YTD Despite Choppy Tape NASDAQ 4857.61 approaching March 10, 2000 high of 5048.62 IBB at 320.42 up 5.63% YTD and 351% over 10 Years We have updated our post from 7/1/13 on the Rayno Biopharmaceutical Portfolio with re-balancing.  We are approaching all time highs touched in late January 2015. The life science portfolios […]

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Happy New Year 2015!

Wishing you all a Happy and Prosperous New Year! Biotech stocks were up 47% in 2014. In 2014 the first quarter was the most volatile. Sign up now to receive all of our market and portfolio updates. In December we posted updates on our Rayno Life Science Portfolios: Rayno Diagnostics and Tools Part 2: Rayno […]

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Biotech Stocks Hit By Profit Taking-More Volatility Lies Ahead…Update-1

Bounce Back Day 12/2/14      FBT up 1.5% to $102.33 Biotech players realized that news about China, energy and holiday shopping data do not affect their stocks. Our large cap biopharma portfolio went green helped by Biogen Idec (BIIB) up 6.43% on Phase 1a data for an Alzheimer Diseases drug! The AD drug got […]

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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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