Not at all. I should have bailed last Thursday but I thought for sure 0% would be a winner. But it's been the worst week all year.
i dont know if this political talk is over as of yet gild was up yesterday but down today right now it is time to be cautious
You all know this correction off of Hillary's comments is a huge buying opportunity. Our congress can even agree on buying a pencil let alone reform healthcare. This is just political sabre rattling to try and boost polling numbers. I see CELG shows a low today at $113.50. I never saw that print so I am assuming I missed my bid at $114 today.
The excessing princing by Turing of the old Taxoplasmosis drug has impacted the whole biotech industry, including Celgene. Turing's drug is old and not a product of recent advanced R&D like the new products of Celgene, Giliad, and Amgen. Celgene and its peers commit billions of dollars to research and clinical studies to develop new drugs and treatments. Turing did neither with this drug. Yet, actions of Touring may impact those who are doing the heavy lifting in drug development.
There is a solution to this type of problem, which is not unique just to Touring. Other companies are raising the prices of older drugs, often ones off patent, but single sourced by one company. So, what's the solution. Here's my proposal (hope FDA is listening). Let compounding pharmacies fill perscriptions for these off-patent medicines using standard USP chemical sources. Solve this SPECIFIC problem, rather than penalize the true biotech companies who are committing billions to produce new medications and treatments.
"Realizing a loss renders us “officially” wrong. With a more-heightened alert to choppier markets and the hard-to-shake feeling that we must “do something” during such times, please be cognizant of this disposition effect. It says nothing about the underlying value or risk in any of your investments. From a purely analytic point of view, there can be both good reasons to sell a loser (e.g., you were in fact wrong on the thesis) or to hold a loser (e.g., the value’s still there, perhaps even more so now).
But it does speak volumes when emotions trump analysis. Doubling-down, or any other number of trading strategies, might feel like the right thing to do in the moment. At those times, take a breath and ask whether you are solving for a short-term emotional need or a long-term financial problem."
She doesn't know how to wipe a server. "what do you mean, with a cloth?"
She doesn't know that lies matter. (when asked under investigation about Benghazi) "What does that matter now?"
She thought Bill was faithful. Oh, you get the point. She is arrogant and out of touch, and no one with a brain trusts her, not even the majority of her own party per recent polls.