Biotech indexes are not created equally. XBI is an equal weighted smaller cap index, while IBB is market cap with large weightings in COVID vaccine producers. Their results were very divergent in 2021. Markets have grown substantially in 2021 on the back of loose monetary and fiscal policy in the US (and around the world). Read more ➝
AVC have focused on the two leading Biotech ETFs over the last few years, but it has been a tough year. We follow XBI and IBB. XBI is SPDR S&P Biotech, and IBB is iShares Biotechnology.
A relatively new biotech company is likely to go back to new highs before its next earnings report. Stars are aligned for the long term growth of this company also.
Hydrogen fuel technology companies are reviewed. Biogen stock looks vulnerable as FDA approval of its new Alzheimer drug attracts criticism. Stocks hit highs, but not very convincingly.
With this stock out of favor yet showing some stable base building, investors are ignoring major catalyst occurring before month end.
Biogen’s new Alzheimer’s, drug approval has investors pondering whether this is enough of a change in mindset to reshape opinions about gene editing companies. Bets are being placed in the options market.
The global semiconductor shortage calls for capital investments. Commodity inflation is here. CPIs are low still, but long bonds sell off. Biotech is a sweet spot.
A timely play in a company focused on autoimmune disease detection for diseases disproportionately affecting women.
A very early stage biotech opportunity with links to big pharma. We are seeing small scattered call buying today.
Black Friday Sales are expected to be dominated by online shopping with overall sales increasing by 5% from 2019. Is this a low estimate?
Biotech and Solar ETFs breakout, while gold broke down this week.