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Verharven
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In Reply To: LevelHeaded2000's post @ Today, 06:30 PM

Yeah, the Fool is full of those types of articles - they love a bit of click bait to funnel you into their subscriber 'hot tips', but hey, they have a decent audience so all good for the exposure.

 
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In Reply To: macgyver's post @ Today, 05:24 PM

I honestly think that is a bot written article that basically just writes templated articles based on stocks with rising prices. If it is not, then it is a statement to the write of the article that his writing cannot be differentiated from the crap writing of a bot.

 
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James Mickleboro aka The Motley Fool says he’s not a fan of Clinuvel’s shareprice. Probably the only person on Earth who isn’t a fan at the moment🤣🤣🤣


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Verharven
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Some coverage from Motley Fool

https://www.fool.com.au/2019/02/18/the-clin...8-in-12-months/

The Clinuvel share price has hit an all-time high and is up 188% in 12 months

The Clinuvel Pharmaceuticals Limited (ASX: CUV) share price continued its strong run on Monday and climbed 7% to a new all-time high of $24.60.

This means that Clinuvel, a global biopharmaceutical company focused on developing and delivering treatments for patients with a range of severe genetic and skin disorders, has seen its share price rise a staggering 188% since this time last year.

Why is the Clinuvel share price on fire?
The main catalyst for this gain has been the impressive sales growth of its SCENESSE product over the last 12 months.

Clinuvel developed SCENESSE as a first-line pharmaceutical product aimed at treating patients with the rare genetic disorder erythropoietic protoporphyria (EPP).

The product has been a huge success and has significant growth opportunities ahead, notably in the United States where the US Food and Drug Administration has granted a Priority Review for SCENESSE on July 8.

This means that if it can satisfy the FDA’s requirements the drug could be on sale in the United States in the near future.

Is SCENESSE a good product?
It appears to be held in high esteem by physicians. According to the company, as of June 2018, 98.5% of the European EPP patients who had received treatment during the previous two years were continuing to receive SCENESSE in the third annual cycle.

Management believes this is significant as the company does not actively promote the drug treatment but enables clinical demand and purchase orders to occur as is.

It explained that this commercial approach reflects its belief in an open system where patients and physicians can decide together whether a treatment should be received and prescribed without the pharmaceutical company intervening.

Should you invest?
Whilst I’m a big fan of Clinuvel and its management team, I’m not a huge fan of its share price right now after this stellar run.

In light of this, I see far more value in healthcare sector peers Cochlear Limited (ASX: COH) and CSL Limited (ASX: CSL) than Clinuvel. But I would certainly add its shares to your watchlist just in case a buying opportunity presents itself further down the line.


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macgyver
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Solid volume for a Monday, hopefully a sign of things to come this week. I’m slightly suspicious (in a good way) that the volume traded is deliberate and in aid of getting into the ASX 200. Feasible? Perhaps, the timing seems more than coincidental.

On the other hand we kinda knew it was going to rise sooner or later leading up to July, admittedly I thought some of the rise was already baked in but since Sphene has Clinuvel at approx $35-42 with FDA onboard for EPP then we might see some unprecedented action in 2019.

And just to be a miser, I thought $23.80 was a poor finish😜🤣


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LevelHeaded2000
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Wild trading day. 170k shares traded. one of the highest trading days ever. A sleeping dragon is waking.


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In Reply To: johnnytech's post @ Today, 02:15 PM

On IG Markets webpage it says ASX 300 shares are tradeable through their account.

 
xray
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In Reply To: johnnytech's post @ Today, 02:15 PM

The CFD pricing is pegged to CUV on the ASX
You are not buying the underlying shares...you are trading the price movement.
http://lexicon.ft.com/Term?term=contracts-for-difference

 
polyphemus
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In Reply To: Johnny H's post @ Today, 11:08 AM

There are 4 types of market in Australia - DS just means data source. There are the 2 visible markets ASX Trade Match ™ and CHI-X (CXA) exchanges.
Then the 2 exchanges have hidden liquidity markets (ASX Centrepoint / CHI-X HL - you wont see that depth in visible).
Then the final type are Dark Pools run by Brokers (but they have very specific rules that are used to execute)
The DS just means ASX ™ lit price, CHIX (CXA) lit price or a mix of ASX and CHI-X lit price - also referred to as NBBO, National Best Bid Offer.


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johnnytech
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In Reply To: xray's post @ Today, 12:51 PM

Is that a CUV thing or is it eligible with CLVLY too?

 
 


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