Drug Approvals

Biotech companies show more energy than the rest of the market Monday.
On an inconsistent day in the markets, some ask if now's the time to buy Valeant.
U.S. stocks saw slow action ahead of the start of a Fed meeting and a big East Coast snow storm Tuesday.
Most of the 10 best stocks of the bull market did it their way.
The firms all have drugs they want the feds to bend the rules to approve.
We explore whether the biotech rally can continue and if Gilead Sciences has bottomed.
Static doesn't work in this industry. Pipelines work.
The Actelion buyout opens the way for other deals.
If you buy right, time and value should do most of the heavy lifting for you.
Growth is almost guaranteed in these two areas, says James McDonald of Index Strategy Advisors.

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