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Shane Skinner has invested in biotech companies for almost 20 years and placed over $2.6 million in biotech stock trades in 2013. He has held various financial leadership positions over the past 17 years throughout the United States and Europe including Chief Financial Officer. Shane graduated... More
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  • Trade Updates - Aveo BioPharma And Bind Therapeutics 2 comments
    Mar 19, 2014 4:43 PM | about stocks: AVEO, BIND, PFE, AMGN, AZN

    Aveo (NASDAQ:AVEO) - Purchased 4,000 shares at $1.69. I don't necessary feel great about the companies near term prospects but they had approximately $120 million in cash at the end of the year and their current book value is $87 million so I felt it was a good value play. They have an opportunity to in-license or hope for some positive developments in their preclinical program. I'm selling back at $1.90.

    Bind (NASDAQ:BIND) - Purchased 1,000 shares at $12.10. The company went public last year at $15 and is running two phase 2 trails of it's lead compound in Lung and Prostate cancer with results expected later this year. They had over $80 million in cash at the end of Q3 and three outstanding partnerships - Amgen, Pfizer, and AstraZeneca. With a market cap just under $200 million, this seemed like a great buy at this price.

    Disclosure: I am long AVEO, BIND.

    Stocks: AVEO, BIND, PFE, AMGN, AZN
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