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Exelixis, Inc. Message Board

  • weightbayou weightbayou Feb 2, 2013 8:12 PM Flag

    "The company just has to sit back and wait for milestone payments and potential future royalties."

    And investors have to just sit back and watch the share price appreciate.
    From Motley Fool:
    Maturing pipeline
    Exelixis has a number of big pharma partnerships that inhabit the pipeline. The deals feature products developed in-house and then licensed out. As I've mentioned before, Exelixis doesn't have much financially at stake in these programs. The company just has to sit back and wait for milestone payments and potential future royalties.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • Buy, accumulate and hold. Stock goes up multiples.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • $$$$

      It's always reassuring to see your speculative stock pumped by the media, but I think in this case it's important to consider the source. The previous article published on EXEL by Motley Fool Matt Swayne put Exelixis in the agricultural field, practicing genomic crop modification. Although this was perhaps once true, such talk in today's context comprises some seriously outdated commentary. It simply ain't so...

      Brandy Betz has written a pleasantly optimistic piece on EXEL without hitting the balance sheet figures, delving too deeply into the clinical aspects of Cabozantinib, addressing the huge short interest, management concerns, or the nature of the competitive cancer space into which Cabo must necessarily attempt successful commercial entry. She also fails to note that the EXEL pipeline - with few exceptions - is all but stagnant. Those older partnerings are all relatively stale endeavors.

      Don't rely on MF for qualitative DD. Do your own.

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