At least put the CLSN MACD, which is a lagging indicator, in context:
Since the MACD is based on moving averages, it is inherently a lagging indicator. However, in this regard the MACD does not lag as much as a basic moving average crossing indicator, since the signal cross can be anticipated by noting the convergence far in advance of the actual crossing. As a metric of price trends, the MACD is less useful for stocks that are not trending (trading in a range) or are trading with erratic price action.
I know you need to get some money so you post the rediculus but remember for many of us, this is not our 1st rodeo.
That's exactly the way to evaluate a Biotech that is still working to bring their drug to markets. I'll give you something more binary... if the drug works, it's a multibillion dollar stock, if it doesn't, it's uselss.
So the only think you have to speculate on is that. If you want to check "momentum" indicators for that, they are absolutley all positive. The science is there, the reduction in progression is there and the future indications are almost limitless. The medical community is on board and even the analysts get it.