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  1. #31
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    I too am moving to biotechs with much anticipation. Neu look great on prospects with multiple streams, good governance, totally funded for all 5 ongoing projects and unique applications likely to be approved with any sign of clinical benefit in anyone of their programmes. At 10c the upside is a 10 bagger at least for just one success, with FDA approval for one alone likely to generate a couple of multiples for starters. The next 2 years look like a rollercoaster ride! Even better, they are evolved out of Auckland University research. Are there any others I should be seriously considering on the local scene?

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    AtCor medical up 20%.

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    Hi Sparky, can you please explain the link to peb

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZSilver View Post
    Hi Sparky, can you please explain the link to peb
    http://hotcopper.com.au/post_threadv...575480#9575480

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    Got some BLT today @ 30c. . Lots of cash now and at least 2 trials this year.

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    Sold re 45% of my NEU @ 11c today plan on keeping the rest . Price has run up pretty hard, demand is strong and want to spread my int a little in Biotecs with BLT added prob CZD to come. Any other high convicton buy ideas welcome

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    I have been watching Prana Biotechnology (PBT) for quite some time now. Had a good sit at 20c and has jumped up to 38c over the past couple of weeks. PBT focuses on neurological diseases, in particular Alzheimers, Huntingtons and Parkinsons.

    Has anyone around these parts taking an interest in this Biotech?

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    PBT is having a good run after securing patents in the USA for alzhemer,s

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiora View Post
    PBT is having a good run after securing patents in the USA for alzhemer,s
    Sure are kiora, up 185% in the last couple of months. not looking like slowing down either.

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    With EBT tremendous success with a maiden dividend, I wonder if ACG could come out with a sneaky maiden dividend as well. Could be a major re-rate like EBT. ACG reports on the 29th of Aug.

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    are there any biotech's left that haven't quadrupled in price over the last few months that look like they could or are near something.

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    im torn between ACG or AZV both had just posted great results and I can both gaining in the next few weeks. anyone have thoughts on which would be best

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    With biotechnology stocks is it a bit speculative? Just like PEB they still have to get their sales..

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    Quote Originally Posted by KW View Post
    Not a bit speculative baller18, its a lot speculative! This is not investing, its gambling. There is nothing of fundamental value to count on, we are all just placing bets that the company has something that may pay off in the long run, both technologically and commercially. So long as you have money you can afford to lose, you can take on the risks.
    Then how do you seem to always pick the right ones!! I have been following all your posts, and all them have gone up like heaps!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KW View Post
    Because there is not much to say about the ones that don't work out, or for which nothing happens, and I get out quickly these days so I don't usually start a thread or contribute to other threads on the crappy stocks. For the record though, I have a trading portfolio of around 10-12 stocks. In accordance with portfolio theory I expect just one to be a winner - currently its AHZ. It was CSV but I sold that and have reinvested. NAN is doing okay, but SOM and PGC have gone nowhere. I have some tech stocks in there too, EML is doing okay, AJX hasnt gone anywhere, and I just bailed on DYE. New addition today was ISN.

    Trading these types of stocks is a case of lose, lose, win some, lose, lose, win heaps, lose lose, break even, lose, lose, win some ... But I like the challenge so despite losing lots of money I keep at it. Its 20% of my total share holdings, my other income and fundamental value portfolios do the heavy lifting, allowing me to have a little fun on the side.
    Impressive!
    I been through all the stocks you listed for growth and dividends post, have I missed the train for some of these stocks.
    I am interested in WAM, PRG and WAX? They seem like value stocks, low P/E and with good earnings..

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