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April 19th Biotech Update

Well, I wish something would change but we are back in the rut that was most of later year.  To be fair, we did eventually break out of that rut but I will continue to be a repeating record.  We need rates to break lower.  I think things are getting stretched to the downside (in […]

April 17th Biotech Update

We still wait on the Middle East to see if we need to add another layer of macro worry to the markets.  The longer we go on the more likely tension settle but it still seems to rest on the scale of the Israeli response and whether it compels Iran to respond.  A tit-for-tat spiral […]

April 15th Biotech Update

Did we dodge the Middle East risk?  We did to a certain extent, but I do not think we are completely out of the woods yet.  If Israel decided not to response, then I would be quite confident that the risks are significantly lower but it seems like Israel is going to respond and they […]

April 12th Biotech Update

I sort of figured that even the news of some M&A was not going to drastically change the character of the market.  I am progressively become more pessimistic about the market and sector.  It has little to do with the fundamentals of the sector and a lot to do with the macro structure in which […]

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