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Biotech / Medical : 2024 Biotech Charity Contest

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To: technetium who wrote (71)5/20/2024 10:11:27 AM
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A decent week all around, more gainers than losers. In fact ten portfolios made a profit for the week, and there are eleven in the black YTD. The NASDAQ composite outperformed (+3.3%) both of the biotech indices (+1.3% and +1.1%).

NVAX continued to soar, up another 86% of its starting value for the week, building on the previous week’s enthusiasm for the $500M infusion, pushing them into third place YTD, +170%. In second, HROW announced Q1 financials touting a big jump in earnings (though still turning in a loss). The release of SCYX’s finances COB Thursday before last may have had something to with its +32% this week., It’s a little more tenuous say that NVCR’s +37% was in response to a release of their quarterly report on the previous week's Monday. LIFE had at least a press release of positive results from interim data of a Phase III trial to make a +22% gain.

On the losing side, profit sharing (?) might apply to VKTX’s drop -36% of the original price, but it was at such stratospheric levels it still has a YTD return of +280% remaining in the top spot for that ranking. CRIS presented a data update on a Phase III trial on Tuesday after the close, with more extensive reporting to come. I’m not sure what in the very sparse report that would result in CRIS dropping -31% for the week, third worst stock. The fourth worst was AKYA (-29%), whose Q1 financials showed a loss for the quarter, and delayed earnings growth. And in fifth, SLDB (-24%) also posted Q1 earnings but no particular news otherwise.

As stated at the beginning it was a net gain for ten portfolios this week. The average portfolio earned $1.9k for the week.

You might think it no surprise that the best portfolio for the week, earning +$17k, was TOMATO, the only one with a position in NVAX. But they actually earned more from a 20% bet on HROW, That sizable gain moved them up four places in the YTD winners list, from eighth to fourth with YTD return of +$25k. Second place JACK HARTMAN (+$6.47k) and third place STEVE LOKNESS (+$6.44K) might be considered a dead heat, separated by a little more than $30 for the week. STEVE LOCKNESS’s return this week moved his portfolio into the black YTD. (+$5.7k). JACK HARTMAN managed a 3 spot improvement to take the sixth place position YTD (+$12.1k).

And at the top ranking YTD returns, BULBAMAN lost -$4.8k, mostly from VKTX, and BLADERUNNER had an OK week in the black, +$1.5k. But the difference was not enough for BLADERUNNER (+$45k YTD) to overtake BULBAMAN (+$69k) in the YTD rankings, it did narrow the gap between the two to $23k. ERIKOTTO had a better week than either of them (number 5, +$4.5k) but stays in third place YTD, $27k, an additional $19k back behind BLADERUNNER.

Report Time Ranges











From

To

















Recent

5/10/24

5/17/2024

















YTD

12/31/2023









Index Portfolios’ Performance









Symbol

Recent P/L

Recent %

YTD P/L

















^IXIC

$3,528.26

3.3%

$11,155.65

















^NBI

$1,254.52

1.3%

$1,427.45

















^SPSIBI

$1,069.36

1.1%

$2,039.65









Share Performance

Recent Performance

YTD Performance



Top Five



Bottom Five



Top Five



Bottom 5

Symbol

P/L / Initial Price

Symbol

P/L / Initial Price

Symbol

YTD P/L / Initial Price

Symbol

YTD P/L/ Initial Price

NVAX

86.0%

VKTX

-35.7%

VKTX

260.0%

AMLX

-87.6%

HROW

46.1%

STTK

-35.1%

JSPR

191.8%

GLYC

-87.3%

SCYX

37.2%

CRIS

-30.7%

NVAX

171.0%

CNSP

-82.9%

NVCR

37.0%

AKYA

-29.0%

CRDF

145.3%

PACB

-79.4%

LIFE

22.0%

SLDB

-23.5%

PYXS

130.6%

RVNC

-65.6%

Average and Median Portfolio Performance



Recent P/L







YTD P/L







Avg.

Median







Avg

Median







$1,891.81

$2,667.75

A. J. MULLEN



$9,790.96

$6,125.13

DEW_DILIGENCE

Top Seven Portfolio Performances

Top Recent Performers

Top YTD Performers

Contestant (Prev. Rank)

Recent P/L

P/L vs. ^SPSIBI

YTD P/L (Rank)

Contestant (Prev. Rank)

YTD P/L

vs. Top Portfolio

P/L vs. ^SPSIBI

Rec. P/L (Rank)

1 - TOMATO (1)

$17,320.94

$16,251.58

$24,964.38 (4)

1 - BULBAMAN (1)

$68,799.02

——

$66,759.38

-$4,791.76 (16)

2 - JACK HARTMANN (5)

$6,469.49

$5,400.14

$12,184.59 (6)

2 - BLADERUNNER (2)

$45,421.21

$23,377.82

$43,381.56

$1,522.88 (10)

3 - STEVE LOKNESS (2)

$6,444.90

$5,375.54

$5,677.78 (10)

3 - ERIKOTTO (3)

$26,634.43

$42,164.59

$24,594.79

$4,484.98 (5)

4 - JR_95 (14)

$6,391.61

$5,322.25

-$12,077.76 (15)

4 - TOMATO (8)

$24,964.38

$43,834.65

$22,924.73

$17,320.94 (1)

5 - ERIKOTTO (13)

$4,484.98

$3,415.62

$26,634.43 (3)

5 - RAJU_BIJLEE (4)

$15,309.89

$53,489.14

$13,270.24

-$2,210.24 (13)

6 - NOTABOT (8)

$3,520.94

$2,451.59

-$5,150.93 (13)

6 - JACK HARTMANN (9)

$12,184.59

$56,614.44

$10,144.94

$6,469.49 (2)

7 - KATHLEEN (6)

$3,148.69

$2,079.33

$5,146.51 (11)

7 - TRACE I11 (6)

$9,758.78

$59,040.24

$7,719.14

-$1,101.67 (12)

8 - ALONER (3)

$2,781.83

$1,712.48

-$5,893.48 (14)

8 - TECHNETIUM (5)

$8,323.68

$60,475.35

$6,284.03

-$4,053.03 (15)

Top Portfolios’ Contents

Top Recent Performance Portfolio (TOMATO)

Top YTD Performance Portfolio (BULBAMAN)

Symbol (Rank)

Initial Allocation

Value/Total | ROI

YTD Stock P/L

Recent Stock P/L

% Current Price Change for $1,000 P/L

Symbol (Rank)

Initial Allocation

Value/Total | ROI

YTD Stock P/L

Recent Stock P/L

% Current Price Change for $1,000 P/L

BTAI

10.00%

5.6% | -29.8%

-$2,983.05

-$67.80

14.3%

CU6.AX

20.00%

25.4% | 114.2%

$22,832.01

$3,031.94

2.3%

CCCC

10.00%

8.0% | 0.5%

$53.10

-$849.56

9.9%

CYTH

10.00%

5.2% | -11.9%

-$1,194.97

-$440.25

11.4%

HROW

20.00%

23.9% | 49.6%

$9,928.57

$9,214.29

3.3%

LRMR

10.00%

9.6% | 62.2%

$6,219.78

$571.43

6.2%

NVAX

10.00%

21.7% | 171.0%

$17,104.17

$8,604.17

3.7%

PMN

10.00%

9.5% | 60.4%

$6,043.48

-$391.30

6.2%

NVCT

10.00%

5.9% | -26.3%

-$2,625.90

-$299.76

13.6%

SNGX

10.00%

3.1% | -48.3%

-$4,834.21

-$82.89

19.4%

OCUL

10.00%

11.1% | 38.3%

$3,834.08

$1,143.50

7.2%

TCON

10.00%

2.4% | -59.2%

-$5,916.62

-$1,427.76

24.5%

TARA

10.00%

13.2% | 64.8%

$6,479.12

$479.97

6.1%

TLX.AX

15.00%

12.8% | 44.3%

$6,646.33

-$700.97

4.6%

TCON

10.00%

3.3% | -59.2%

-$5,916.62

-$1,427.76

24.5%

VKTX

15.00%

32.0% | 260.0%

$39,003.22

-$5,351.96

1.9%

TERN

10.00%

7.3% | -9.1%

-$909.09

$523.88

11.0%





































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