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Some interesting news hit last week concerning Foundation Medicine Inc. (NASDAQ:FMI), our tiny biotech that's poised to dominate the burgeoning liquid biopsy space.
On May 17, the company announced that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office had issued U.S. patent number 9,340,830, "Optimization of Multigene Analysis of Tumor Samples" covering the company's proprietary techniques for "analyzing a cancer patient's tissue or blood specimen to detect multiple classes of genomic alterations." The patent expires in 2032.
In this morning's open positions update, I mentioned that our AAPL calls were down a bit and that we still had until September 16th to move into a profitable range.
It looks like the European Commission is set to rule that Apple's tax deals with Ireland are illegal - as early as tomorrow.
Kent here, with a quick reminder. Your new September issue of Energy Advantage should have hit your email inbox before the weekend, including our newest play - a single company leading a revolution in car fuels...
In the issue, I also talk about why investing in Big Oil is a bad idea, and an under-the-radar success story in energy that you're already profiting from.
Wherever you go today on the web, they're waiting for you to arrive.
They want to drain your bank account. They want to steal your company's trade secrets. They even want to steal your identity.
And each year, they become more skilled and more devious.
After what's been deemed "hawkish" commentary by Janet Yellen last Friday, we've got a bullish start to our week.
But Weekly Cash Clock also spotted a strong signal on a bearish opportunity in oil and gas, too... So we're going to take advantage of both signals today - and set a bullish and bearish profit alarm.
The markets softened a bit from their recent highs and started trading higher on Friday. But soon after Janet Yellen announced a plausible interest rate hike "soon," they sold off a bit, with SPY trading down from its intraday highs of 219.
But even so... the Money Calendar sentiment remains bullish this week. That means the patterns I'm seeing are predominantly bullish patterns in at least nine of the past 10 years.
In today's lightning-fast digital world, Silicon Valley engineers face a daunting task.
They not only need to get results right away, but they also must plan out their products at least five years into the future to ensure both high growth and earnings.
Get it wrong and your firm ends up in the ash heap. But executing these twin missions creates huge payoffs.
There is another energy investment surge coming, putting two of our previous high flying Micro Energy Trader Portfolio picks back on the radar. Each one is gearing up for major upside moves, and both are also likely to be primed by major government interest.
First, Arotech Corp. (ARTX) is once again leading the pack in new battery contracts from the U.S. military with spillover advantages to a broader range of first responders in the civilian sector.
On Friday, the Dow Jones shed more than 85 points on news that Federal Reserve "leaders" are justifying a rate hike in the coming months.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen and a score of the global financial elite have gathered in Jackson Hole, Wyoming this weekend to plan our economic future for us. Forgive us if we're not enthusiastic about their ideas.
There is a massive disconnect between the intentions and the results of the Fed's policies over the last sixteen years.
In fact, the central bank is so out of touch with reality that it made one of the most unintentionally funny mistakes in its 103-year history.
Here's what happened...