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People will still take their medicine regardless of the state of the economy.
Take upbeat outlooks for equities with a grain of salt, and try these sectors to stay safe.
Look for the big-cap stocks that only come in on tough days -- and take advantage of their weakness at the open.
Use it to your advantage or don't use it at all.
Anticipating a weaker dollar thanks to the shift in the Fed, which stocks are most likely to benefit?
Pfizer pushes higher on price increases.
Pharma could be the best parking spot for your money if the market keeps trending downward.
Shares of the New York City-based pharmaceutical giant are rising on Monday.
The cancer drug market is expected to grow from a surveyed total value of $78 billion in 2015 to over $110 billion by 2020.
Eli Lilly's confirmation of acquisition action could make pharmaceuticals an attractive investment space.
Once the safest stocks in the book, the big-cap drug companies are now toxic.
It becomes difficult for me to tell you where to run in these markets...
There is clear divergence between the best and the worst performers in each sector this earnings season.
Straying from these names could land you in quicksand as the 4th quarter begins.
The industry has taken to smaller, voluntary measures to avoid serious federal action on pricing.
The answer is plenty, but you can't trade that.
Merck is vey overbought on a number of time frames.
Merck shares retreat as regulatory approval ramps up speculation.
There's too much evidence of economic strength, so don't interpret these moves as a sign of a real slowdown.
Family offices, which manage billions of dollars and have much fewer restrictions on how they deploy capital, have been wading into the cannabis space with increasing frequency.
These blue chips pay shareholders handsomely in the form of dividends and share buybacks.
The latest announcement from the U.S. Trade Representative's office is chilling reading for free trade supporters.
Eli Lilly, AstraZeneca and vTv Therapeutics show why it's best to stay away from biotech's black hole.
Markets have perked up just a tad across the board since our last update. As mentioned in an earlier post, Galmed Pharmaceuticals is the second small-cap NASH (nonalcoholic steatohepatitis) play that has soared over the past week. The shares are up ...
I continue to see these names as bargains in the biotech and biopharma space.
Tech and retail gains aren't enough to lead markets to new highs.
Options spreads aren't tradable with some small biotechs, making shares the only way to play.
These names are moving up or down in a big way ahead of releasing drug-trial results.