Navigating Biotech Bear Traps

Feb. 10, 2016 10:19 AM ETIBB
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I have always kept biotech at arms length because it can be tough to understand.

Now, the entire biotech market is in full on bear mode and has been for months.

From the outside, it seems like investing in biotech is almost on par with throwing cards on a table in Vegas. Everyone is gambling on whether a drug may or may not get approved.

Then it's lottery winner or dumpster diver.

That's not the environment I like to invest in, until now.

A market and sector like this requires serious expertise. Expertise that I don't have. Enter Bret Jensen.

Bret Jensen recently recorded a video for me sharing his (very successful) approach to investing in biotech. He discusses how he makes his selections and even how he allocates his portfolio.

To me, knowing how an investor like Bret builds his portfolio and reduces risk while maximizing rewards in biotech is immensely helpful.

Great stuff, I hope you'll enjoy as I did.

Best,
Brian

P.S. Bret is also sharing his TWO highest conviction biotech investments in 2016 at the Online Investing Conference. Be sure to register before prices jump in a few days.

Disclosure: I/we have no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours.

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