Biotech and Pharma stocks are probably the largest sector in my portfolio but drug prices are absolutely and ridiculously high in the U.S. (as are healthcare premiums.) Something has to give regardless of who is the next President.
Analysts at Citigroup are saying there has been some search spending deceleration. Oh and Cramer "jokingly" stated that maybe General Mills should replace Google as the G in FANG. So if the analysts and Cramer are now negative it's probably a good buying opportunity.
I'm a Republican but an American first. I will never vote for that Clown Trump. Probably will vote for the Libertarian, Johnson.
I'm a Republican and I wouldn't vote for that #$%$ CLOWN if he was running against Homer Simpson who at least has more character.
That's obviously not what Senator Truman told his horse. (And I have it on good authority that Senator Truman's horse is never wrong.)
What's the point of wearing a surgical gown unless it's absolutely impermeable to leaking bodily fluids from patients? How could a company not understand such a fundamental concept and ignore these horrible testing results? This 60 Minutes segment makes them look beyond incompetent. Incompetence is one thing. Remaining silent or covering up such information can potentially mean huge punitive damages.