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Large Cap Biopharma Earnings Boost Stocks: Update 8/1/17

Rayno Large Cap Biopharma Earnings Summary 8/1/17 Biotech Stocks Hit Highs in Mid-July up 18%, 30% on XBI (Click on “urls” below for Company Press Release) All the large cap biopharmaceutical earnings have come in except Regeneron (REGN) which will report on August 3.  Stocks were broadly higher in July after financial reports, however we suggested […]

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Rayno BioBeat #4: Biotechs Weaken on Profit Taking…Update-2

Update-2 7/31 After Close: Biotechs Remain Weak But No Sell Signal As we track the XBI over the past 5 days we are about 3.2% off highs from $82 down to $78.17. Although the XBI has been our top ETF pick since January 2017 we recently put new buys on hold and suggested last week […]

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ACA: Uncertainty Remains After Healthcare Bill Failure But Stocks Get a Second Wind…Update-1

Update-1… JY 19…Biotech and Healthcare Stocks Continue to Rally IBB breaks through top to $322.92 up 21.68% YTD; XBI up 1.34% today 35.4% YTD; XLV up 17.6% YTD. Rayno Life Science top winners YTD: ABBV up 18.19%, AMGN up 22.6%, BLUE up 55% YTD, FMI up 114.7%, RHHBY up 12.86%. All beating the S&P. BMY […]

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2017 Life Science Review #1: Big Biotech Gains for First Half

Big Biotech Gains for Stocks in First Half Rayno Life Science Picks Top Winners YTD: Foundation Medicine (FMI) up 124.6%, bluebird bio (BLUE) up 70.26%, XBI up 20.9%. Large cap winners since inception: Abbvie (ABBV) and Roche ADR (RHHBY). 6/27 Take some profits on XBI at $78. XBI is our top ETF pick. XLV SPDR […]

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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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BIO 2017 International #1: CAR-T Therapies on Solid Tumors

CAR-T Therapies on Solid Tumors Here is an excellent summary by BIOtechNow Editors on the application of CAR-T (Chimeric Antigen Receptor) T-Cell therapies on solid tumors. Up until now CAR-T shows great promise against blood cancers but challenges remain for solid tumors. Here are some of the major companies engaged in CAR-T: Bellicum Pharmaceuticals (BLCM), […]

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BIOtech Breakout: Healthcare Stocks Lead the Way…Update-1

6/27/17 Red Screen Day: Sell-Off in Biotechs Possibly Due to Senate Delay in Healthcare Vote IBB down 1.54% at $314.80. Momentum stocks are weak; NASDAQ down 1.2%. Take profits on XBI trade at $78 range after 34% move YTD. Allow time for arm twisting by Republicans after JY 4. ======== Biotech Breakout Continues with Larger […]

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Good Day Today: XBI Breaks Through to YTD Highs…Update

Market Update 12n 6/20: Biotechs Continue to Rally IBB up 1.87% to $305.50; XBI up 1.93% to $75.60 As we have covered biotech ETFs in the past the XBI is one of our core positions for aggressive investors. It outperforms because of equally weighted positions where a big move in several mid or small caps […]

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Rayno Life Science Portfolio 2017

Update-1 6/27/17 With the XBI up 34% YTD at $79.34, take a little off for future trades. ===== Rayno Life Science Portfolio 2017 YTD 6/15 Top winners YTD: BLUE up 78.9%,FMI up 121.5%,RHHBY up 13%, ABBV up 12.7%. Top Losers YTD: GILD down 9.5%, BMY down 7%. XBI up 20.9%, our top pick for aggressive […]

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ASCO Update #2: Stock Performance Data as of 6/8/17

ASCO Update: Many Stocks Rallied on the News Over the Past Month ASCO Rally is Holding but Fails to Break Through to New 2017 Highs The stock performance of most companies with ASCO news is summarized below.Biotechnology stocks are driven by clinical and deal news so here are some trends to consider: Anticipation of positive […]

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