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Biotech is one of the hottest growing sectors on the markets right now, flush with cash and attracting a lot of big moves, like insider buying and M&As.
Of course, a lot of that has been driven by the success of the various mRNA COVID-19 vaccines. Pfizer Inc. (NYSE: PFE) reported a 27% profit margin at its last earnings report, and given the massive numbers of R&D projects in its pipeline, that growth is likely to continue even if COVID becomes endemic or fades away.
But there's another biotech firm that's blowing Pfizer completely out of the water, and I think every investor needs to get in on it now.
The tale of the tape here is staggering: 59% profit margin over the same period as Pfizer, $11.6 billion in operating cash flow over the trailing 12 months, $11 billion in revenue. A miniscule amount of debt compared to the piles of cash it's making.
Its stock is currently down a bit along with the rest of the market, which means we're at a prime entry point.
It's a no-brainer, folks. Check out this video for the ticker and two bonus trades...
The upside potential for biotech stocks is huge right now. But the most potentially lucrative investment I know of at the moment isn't a stock at all...
It's something I call "pre-IPO rights" - the right to claim shares in a company yet to go public. Often these rights can be had for a buck or less - the ones I'm thinking of, belonging to a crypto business, cost just $0.70 or so. But I've seen projections that hint these could rise to $7 over the next year.
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