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Pfizer (PFE) +0.3% premarket following new top-line data which shows its Prevenar 13 conjugate...

Pfizer (PFE) +0.3% premarket following new top-line data which shows its Prevenar 13 conjugate vaccine in adults 18-49 years of age met the primary objective for all 13 stereotypes. PFE says the data support its recent EU regulatory filing and plans to support further regulatory submissions applying to the age group.
Comments (6)
  • ...I don't believe anything Pfizer says.
    4 Oct 2012, 10:35 AM Reply Like
  • Spute....I'm new to investing in the stock market and my limited knowledge may have led me into making a bad investment. I liked PFE for several reasons including its track record, growth potential and yield. I have to admit I also read many positive articles about the stock, including it was. "Forever stock". If you have the time I would appreciate your sharing with me why you have such a negative remark. Thanks.
    4 Oct 2012, 10:53 AM Reply Like
  • Els first learn to pick fact from opinion on this site. Im long pfe. If you like the fudamentals and the dividend , look into to there drug pipeline and make you own evaluation on foward growth. In my opinion due to the recent patent expirations this might be the cheapest you will see pfe for a long time.
    4 Oct 2012, 10:40 PM Reply Like
  • Josh...good advice....thanks
    5 Oct 2012, 10:36 AM Reply Like
  • Els, I am also long on PFE and agree with Advice from Josh to analyze their pipeline. I bought most of my PFE in $15-17 price range
    years ago when entire mkt had plunged and now sit on a nice profit plus having enjoyed reinvested dividends.
    Spute is a disgruntled investor whose comments dating back are consistently negative.
    7 Oct 2012, 01:37 AM Reply Like
  • Anyone who bought PFE in $15-17 range ought to be a certified financial advisor - the Street beat it down out of emotion because Lipitor was expiring - smart investors drove it back up because management had the situation under control - long term, data beats emotion every time.
    9 Oct 2012, 09:16 PM Reply Like
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