Andy Batts
Long only, value, growth, momentum

Auxilium Looks Dirt-Cheap With Xiaflex Set To Drive Top-Line

The stock of Auxilium Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:AUXL), a specialty biopharmaceutical company, corrected almost 45% in the last 10 months from its 52-week high at $25.54 in the absence of any meaningful catalysts. Since May the stock gradually started to build a positive momentum again after creating a 52-week low at $13.87. Currently Auxilium is consolidating just below $18, and I feel slowly but steadily the stock is heading towards $25 again. In this investment thesis I will explain why the stock is worth buying at the current level with ~75% upside in the next one year.

Company Overview

Auxilium, together with its subsidiaries, develops and markets specialty pharmaceutical products worldwide. Auxilium's lead two products are Testim and Xiaflex. Testim

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