Pipeline Updates Make These Three Biotech Stocks … – Benzinga

Related ICPTCNBC’s Meg Tirrel Speculates About Gilead’s New AcquisitonHow Wedbush’s Liana Moussatos Is Trading These Biopharma StocksShaken, Not Stirred: Is The ‘Biotech Bubble’ Beginning To Burst?(Seeking Alpha)Related Sarepta Therapeutics Announces New England Journal of Medicine Publication of Phase I Clinical Data of Marburg Drug Candidate, AVI-7288, Supporting Safety of the PMOplus® platformShort-Sellers Betting Against These BiotechsSarepta Posts Narrower-than-Expected Loss in […]

Five Biotech Stocks for the Next Six Months

By Ben LevisohnSunTrust Robinson Humphrey’s Edward Nash and team offer five biotech stocks for the next six months:
Cempra (CEMP) ($50 PT), our top pick based on near-term clinical and commercial success potential. We recently met with management and it was reiterated that the second Phase III study of solithromycin in CABP (SOLITAIRE-IV) remains on track to report top-line data by […]

Biotech Stock News (SRPT) (BMRN) (PBMD) (ISR) | CNA Finance

Sarepta Therapeutics (NASDAQ:SRPT)After the closing bell on May 19, 2015 shares of Sarepta Therapeutics were up as much as 38% in after-hours trading after the company reported that the FDA will allow the company to file a New Drug Application — NDA — for Eteplirsen. This drug Eteplirsen helps patients with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy — DMD —  to restore dystrophin […]

Ladies and Gentlemen, the Stock Market is (still) Shrinking

Ladies and Gentlemen, the Stock Market is (still) Shrinking
Posted April 28, 2015 by Joshua M Brown
When I give talks to groups of investors or my fellow advisors, one of the concepts I tend to hit on is the fact that there is “a shortage of stocks” right now. This line always draws a good laugh, but then my shtick is […]

Stocks close up, turning green for the year; Jobs eyed – CNBC.com

“We have a habit of looking at crude as a barometer for global economic growth,” said Art Hogan, chief market strategist at Wunderlich Securities. Regressive analysis by his firm showed that for the last 25 years the S&P 500 has only had a 0.03 correlation with crude. That correlation has jumped to 0.7 since crude began its plunge last June.Among […]

Mark Cook And The Stock Market Divergence Into The Twilight Zone …

by Edward LambertMark Cook is an investor who uses his own proprietary indicator to assess the stock market. He saw the crashes of 1987, 2000 and 2007 (article from WSJ Market Watch). He is seeing the stock market going into strange territory at the moment.“It’s like being in the Twilight Zone, he says. “Imagine going outside when it’s raining and […]

Toronto stock market moves lower ahead of earnings, economic …

Malcolm Morrison, The Canadian PressPublished Monday, July 28, 2014 6:54AM EDTLast Updated Monday, July 28, 2014 5:19PM EDTTORONTO — A drop in energy stocks helped push the Toronto stock market slightly lower Monday as traders brace for a heavy slate of earnings reports this week, particularly from the resource sector.The S&P/TSX composite index gave back 9.82 points to 15,445.22.”This week […]

Big data and privacy: every click you make | Technology …

In the era of big data, the battle for privacy has already been fought and lost – personal data is routinely collected and traded in the new economy and there are few effective controls over how it is used or secured. Data researchers and analysts now say that it’s time for legislation to reclaim some of that privacy and […]

Who watches the watchers? Big Data goes unchecked

Politico reports: The National Security Agency might be tracking your phone calls. But private industry is prying far more deeply into your life.
Commercial data brokers know if you have diabetes. Your electric company can see what time you come home at night. And tracking companies can tell where you go on weekends by snapping photos of your car’s license plate […]

The Eight Characteristics Of Stock Market Manias | Zero Hedge

From GMO’s Edward ChancellorThe Typical Characteristics of a Stock Market Mania1. This-time-is-different mentality. Throughout history, successive market manias have been rationalized with the argument that history is no longer a reliable guide to the future. Both the “new era” of the 1920s and “new paradigm” of the 1990s were marked by a “this-time-is-different” mentality. The same mode of thinking is […]