The Biotech Sector Is Heating Up
Michael Robinson: Each of the companies you’ll see today is just a few weeks old. That’s why you need to know about them right now.
You see, the market for all biotech shares is heating up.
IPO action is proof of the big bucks coming into biotech, igniting a strong rally in the entire sector for the rest of the year. So far this year, we’ve seen the most biotech IPOs in 13 years.
And the gains are beginning to add up…
The best-performing stock in this space, as you’re about to see, is up 130% in little more than a month. And three other brand-new firms are roaring.
But there’s a better way to make money here…
Biotech IPOs are Soaring in Only a Matter of Days
I’m astounded by the success of biotech IPOs that have been rolling into the markets in recent weeks. These companies are teaming up with bigger pharma companies, which guarantees the capital and distribution heft for their new innovative drugs.
But it’s not just the amount of IPOs that’s impressive. Their results are stunning. And that signals a lot of upside potential in biotechs in general.
And it’s not just happening in the IPO market but also with established niche players.
Here’s what makes this such a unique opportunity to get in on this trend.
From the last week of June to the last week of July, biotech accounted for roughly one-fourth of the 28 new issues – the single largest category.
Turns out, this is no fluke. The second quarter that ended June 30 saw more biotech IPOs than any other period since 2000, says a recent report by Thomson Reuters and the National Venture Capital Association (NVCA).
These numbers point to a strong rally for the rest of this year. Bull markets continue expanding as long as fresh cash keeps coming in. And it’s coming.
Nowadays, biotech IPOs are more than just exciting science – they’re a source of big bucks that you can tap if you know what you’re looking for.
The four biotech IPO gainers below are examples of the kind of companies I’m searching out all the time. The ones that are leading the strong sector rally: