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Friday, Nov 152013, 3:09 PM
Friday, Nov 152013, 3:09 PM| Comment!
- Trovagene (TROV +13.1%) is up double-digits after briefly trading in negative territory to start the day.
- The company reported a Q3 loss that was wider-than-expected Thursday evening, but that's not enough to make Aegis lose faith.
- "Although the firm's revenues were in-line with our modest estimates, the [wider] loss per share ... was driven primarily by higher-than-projected G&A spending [and the] negative impact of $1.3M from the change in fair value of warrants," analyst Raghuram Selvaraju says, before reiterating "revenue projections of $500K in 2013 and $4.6M in 2014."
- Buy rating maintained.
- Price target is $10.
Thursday, Nov 142013, 4:15 PM
Tuesday, Oct 12013, 12:56 PM
Tuesday, Oct 12013, 12:56 PM| 1 Comment
- Shares of Trovagene (TROV +16.6%) soar as the company announces the availability of the first urine test for cancer mutation monitoring.
- The cell-free BRAF test detects and monitors V600E BRAF mutation, replacing tissue sample-based monitoring which "has limited practicality for patient monitoring due to costs, tumor heterogeneity and potential complications from the biopsy process." (PR)
- Aegis' Raghuram Selvaraju says the news marks "a significant milestone for the company and [is] a core component of the firm's strategy aimed at attaining profitability near-term."
Tuesday, Oct 12013, 12:47 PM|Tuesday, Oct 12013, 12:47 PM| Comment!
Friday, Sep 62013, 12:53 PM
Friday, Sep 62013, 12:53 PM| Comment!
- TrovaGene (TROV -0.1%) says it's partnering with the University of Southern California to study genomic characterizations of metastatic colorectal cancers using itss cell-free DNA assays.
- The study is designed to demonstrate that cell-free DNA obtained from urine is a viable systemic sample for colorectal cancer disease monitoring, which includes measuring therapy response, identifying cancer genomic changes and monitoring disease progression.
Friday, Aug 302013, 2:32 PM
Friday, Aug 302013, 2:32 PM| Comment!
- Shares of TrovaGene (TROV -12.7%) have moved steadily lower throughout the session and are now down double-digits on twice their average 10-day volume.
- Perhaps weighing on sentiment is an ostensibly bullish article from SA contributor Douglas House which, upon a closer read, has some rather disconcerting things to say about the company's prospects.
- House flags "nosebleed" numbers for price/ book, revenue/ share, price/ to sales, and revenue/ employee and characterizes the status of TrNA testing as "embryonic."
- After a lengthy review, the author does note several "TROV-specific events [that should] bolster the company's prospects over the next 1-2 years," but it's probably the last paragraph that comes across the most bearish: "This stock is not for buy-and-hold types because of its speculative nature [and] if you hold onto your position expecting to see ... the company blossoming into the next Celgene, it ain't going to happen."
Friday, Aug 302013, 12:45 PM|Friday, Aug 302013, 12:45 PM| 3 Comments
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Monday, Jul 222013, 12:45 PM
Monday, Jul 222013, 9:00 AMTrovagene (TROV) says ongoing clinical studies suggest the company's technology is applicable "across a variety of cancer types." The company also announces clinical validation of an assay procedure for the detection of oncogenic mutations in cancer patients' urine. "The … capability to non-invasively monitor a patients' cancer in near-real time may improve … overall [disease] management, leading to better patient outcomes," CEO Antonius Schuh says. Shares +6.5% premarket. (PR) |Monday, Jul 222013, 9:00 AM| 2 Comments
Monday, Jul 152013, 4:51 PMCantor Fitzgerald initiates TrovaGene (TROV) at Buy with a $10 price target citing the likelihood that "compelling early data associated with the company's nucleic acid assays … will increase interest among leading cancer centers in further exploring the clinical utility" of complementing or replacing tumor tissue biopsies. |Monday, Jul 152013, 4:51 PM| 1 Comment
Tuesday, Jul 22013, 11:46 AM
Wednesday, Jun 52013, 10:08 AMShares of Trovagene (TROV +3.4%) jump ahead of tomorrow's presentation at the Jefferies Global Healthcare Conference. Perhaps helping to tip sentiment is a Small-Cap Insight article from bull and SA contributor Logical Assessment who notes that the company's urine tests are protected by some 121 issued patents. |Wednesday, Jun 52013, 10:08 AM| 1 Comment
Monday, May 62013, 10:02 AM
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