Sorry kenny you don't have a very good history picking stocks Example that last dog you gave the board
Apple Close to a Store Compromise With India, Stock Nears $100
India hopes of Apple CEO Tim Cook were revived today amid reports of an imminent Apple Store compromise. That's a huge market for Apple and a huge opportunity for investors.
Why BioMarin’s Bad News is Great for Sarepta
By Ben Levisohn
Last night, BioMarin Pharmaceutical (BMRN) announced that it would end its Duchenne muscular dystrophy program. Wedbush analyst Heather Behanna explains why that’s good news for Sarepta Therapeutics (SRPT):
BioMarin has withdrawn the marketing authorization application (MAA) for drisapersen in the EU, as it anticipated a CHMP rejection; it has also discontinued its DMD pipeline for exons 44, 45 and 53. Boys currently on therapy will be transitioned; the path is not set. In our view, this may increase pressure on FDA to provide access to eteplirsen for boys amenable to exon 51 skipping.
With a competitor cast aside, we believe the commercial opportunity for Sarepta’s DMD pipeline has improved, increasing our price target to $23. However, we remain on the sidelines pending US regulatory clarity for eteplirsen. We believe the PDUFA delay suggests potential for FDA flexibility on eteplirsen; however, we still believe the chance for accelerated approval in the coming months is low.
Shares of BioMarin Pharmaceutical have dropped 3% to $86.98, while Sarepta Therapeutics has fallen 1.4% to $20.63.
News broke from Tech Crunch that while Apple Pay is available in six countries right now, Apple has its eyes set on the rest of the world. Jennifer Bailey, VP of Apple Pay, told Tech Crunch:
We’re working rapidly in Asia and also in Europe, our goal is to have Apple Pay in every significant market Apple is in.
Source: Tech Crunch
But that isn’t the story – this is:
BREAKING NEWS: DISRUPTION
In an aggressive and shrewd move, we have learned from Re/code that Apple will be bringing its Apple Pay to mobile e-commerce sites, and then an even larger disruption. First step one, then step two:
Apple’s payment service [will allow] shoppers to complete a purchase on mobile apps with their fingerprint rather than by entering credit card details.
The move would pit Apple more directly against PayPal.
What does disruption mean? In both use cases, Apple has “killed the password.” At first blush it may not sound sexy, but friends, upon further review, we will see that this is $300 billion worth of sexy.
Just a month ago, Apple revealed to the world that it had an active install base of over 1 billion devices. That’s ‘b’ for billion.
The sheer size of the just 'mobile pay’ market will be explosive. Transaction volumes are projected to hit $700 billion in yearly sales by just 2020, according to a study by Statista:
Well it's a minimum time frame for a guy not sure what to do IMHO after a years he sees nice profit on his investment that might give him confidence to holding longer
And now these idiots want to go one up and give us the biggest con man going DUMP
Yes corrupt and there would be no deaths no injuries if not for the moron you helped into the WH you voted for and supported him and those 1000's of deaths are partly on you And you're such an &^&*(*&^ that you still can't admit the && was wrong