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Rod Raynovich is an entrepreneur and executive with a focus on life science companies and medical technology trends.He has over 35 years executive experience including Abbott and JNJ and has been involved three successful start-ups. Before starting Raygent and other companies he was also a... More
My company:
Raygent Capital
My blog:,Rayno Life Science
  • Risk Appetite Returns To Biotech With IBB Up Over 3% 0 comments
    Apr 22, 2014 2:54 PM | about stocks: AGN, ILMN, XBI

    Rayno Life Science Stocks -Green Screen Rules-NASDAQ (4168) Up 1.16%

    • Speculative ETF XBI (134.50) up 4.69% and 7.88% over 5 days; 52 week high $172.52.
    • ETF PBE($40.85) up over 3%.
    • Momentum stocks are soaring but way off all time highs in February.
    • Big Rayno Biopharma Movers: ACHN up 8%, ALKS up 3.4%, ARIA up 5.3%, CBST up 4.5%. IMGN up 4.34%, PCYC up 5.9%, SGEN up 5.3%...etc.
    • Big Rayno Dx and Tools Movers: EXAS up 3.76%, GHDX up 4.8%, ILMN up 4.6%, SQNM up 4.9% ..etc.
    • Healthcare ETF XLV ($58.40) now up 5.4% YTD.
    • Valeant Bid for Allergan is a Catalyst for sector.

    Amgen (NASDAQ:AMGN) , Cubist (CBST), Gilead (NASDAQ:GILD), and Illumina (NASDAQ:ILMN) earnings after the close. All are on our focus list.

    Asset trade with Glaxo (NYSE:GSK) , Lilly(NYSE:LLY) and Novartis (NYSE:NVS) reshapes product direction.

    Our index of 55 mid-cap biopharma stocks is up a huge 10.2% driven by AGIO, ICPT, NKTR and SRPT. Shorts are covering and institutions have plenty of fire-power. There is only ONE stock down so if you have a loser today sell it. Speculation returns.

    All that matters near term are earnings from large caps and technicals. All Rayno Life Science stocks are holds. The bull is back.

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    Disclosure: I am long ACHN, GILD, IMGN.

    Additional disclosure: Long FBIOX.

    Stocks: AGN, ILMN, XBI
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