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Mid-Afternoon Market Update: Crude Oil Up Over 2%; Alnylam Pharma Shares Climb After Positive Phase

Toward the end of trading Wednesday, the Dow traded down 0.19 percent to 22,328.28 while the NASDAQ declined 0.66 percent to 6,418.93. The S&P also fell, dropping 0.36 percent to 2,497.76.

Leading and Lagging Sectors

Wednesday afternoon, the energy shares surged 0.79 percent. Meanwhile, top gainers in the sector included Contango Oil & Gas Company (NYSE: MCF), up....More>>>

Best Biotech Stocks To Own Right Now

On Wednesday, our Elite Opportunity Pro newsletter suggested small cap biopharmaceutical stock Agios Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ: AGIO) as a long/bullish idea:

The Company believes dysregulation of normal cellular metabolism plays a crucial role in many genetic diseases. A first mover in using cellular metabolism, Agios exploits this area of biological research with disruptive potential,....More>>>

Hot Biotech Stocks To Invest In Right Now

March 7, 2017: The S&P 500 closed slightly lower on the day down 0.29% or 6.93 points at 2,368.38. Overall this was brought about by weakness all across the index. Although biotech and drug stocks led the charge lower, with the help from some oil stocks. Industrial goods (aerospace/defense), cigarettes, and semiconductors (broad line) seemed to be the only industries keeping the S&P 500....More>>>

Hot Biotech Stocks To Invest In Right Now

My clear choice for a Top Pick for income investing is a closed-end fund that invests in a variety of both public and private companies doing work in the life sciences sector, asserts Nate Pile, editor of Nate’s Notes.

Tekla Life Sciences Investors (HQL) represents an outstanding way for investors who want to be involved in biotech, but don’t like the high levels of stress....More>>>

Top 10 Biotech Stocks To Buy Right Now

Why do some companies’ shares trade at $100 or more each while others trade at substantially less? There are many factors that contribute to the price of a stock, the most important being the number of shares outstanding. After all, the share price multiplied by the number of shares available determines a company’s market cap, which is the true price at which the market values a company.

While....More>>>