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Q: Good morning

This is a mixed bag. For a 3 year period, I am looking for those with most upside potential. Which would you advise to buy more and those to sell in order to buy more.
Thank you

Read Answer Asked by sam on August 03, 2021

Q: I am up over 100% with Moderna. I had originally purchased it for a shorter-term hold, about 6 months to 1 year, but with huge populations still to vaccinate, I'm thinking I should continue to hold. But, now, After moving from 240 to 340 in a few days, I wonder if it is too inflated. Is this hype because of the Delta variant, or is there real value in the stock at this price?

Read Answer Asked by Kim on July 21, 2021

Q: Hi group assume that the variants / Corvid gets much worse - what top 3 sectors + top 3 stocks do you recommend going fwd - Thanks for your thoughts on this

Read Answer Asked by Terence on July 13, 2021

Q: If one believes in the potential importance of mRNA therapies to the future of human medicine in applications beyond COVID vaccines, which company would stand to benefit the most? Which are likely to benefit the most in the short term from COVID vaccines, or is this "baked in" for most already? Deduct points as needed and thank you for your excellent service.

Read Answer Asked by Jeff on March 23, 2021

Q: Haven’t seen a question since January. MDRA looks over sold and the stock has just issued a possible early technical buy signal using scholastics. More importantly this mRNA technology got another “shot in the arm” with the latest data indicting that they may work by STOPPING transmission not just mounting an immune response to decrease the course f the disease while you remain contagious. How well funded is MRNA. How is their free cash flow and their debt load. This technology keeps getting more and more exciting. Malaria, the common cold, HIV, etc!! And if is better maybe even influenza?
For the science geeks: Impact of the COVID-19 Vaccine on Asymptomatic Infection Among Patients Undergoing Pre-Procedural COVID-19 Molecular Screening
Aaron J Tande, MD, Benjamin D Pollock, PhD, MSPH, Nilay D Shah, PhD, Gianrico Farrugia, MD, Abinash Virk, MD, Melanie Swift, MD, MPH, Laura Breeher, MD, MPH, Matthew Binnicker, PhD, Elie F Berbari, MD Author Notes
Clinical Infectious Diseases, ciab229,
Published: 10 March 2021

Read Answer Asked by Paul on March 15, 2021

Q: We purchased ARCT at $105 US and it has dropped 50% due to underwhelming results.
It jumped 10% yesterday. Should we consider dollar cost averaging?
How would you rank the vaccine stocks in terms of growth?
Thanks for a great year.

Read Answer Asked by alisa on December 31, 2020

Q: I have these 4 stocks, purchased higher than they are trading now, is there any hope they will go back up or should I just sell at a loss and take the hit? I was wondering if they may go back up with good earnings?

Read Answer Asked by brian on December 31, 2020

Q: Good morning, I have a watch-list of vaccines, but it seemed like such a gamble in the past months, I didn't invest in any. Now that some are successful, I would like to have a position in at least one company. I've named a few above, but there are more. With the goal of growth in the next 1-2 years, which one or two "vaccine" stocks would you choose, and what percentage of the portfolio would you suggest as investment size. Thank-you.

Read Answer Asked by Kim on December 09, 2020

Q: 5I team - I have marvelled today at the quality of your answers to questions and, in particular, options questions. Great job. My question is on methodology of "optimizing" covered call strategies and would request any reference you may have available in addition to a response.I have held MRNA and sold 109 Dec covered calls, purchased the calls when the stock went to 129, resold 125 Dec CC and am now trying to develop a strategy with the stock at 149. Is the simple and. most effective process to buy the calls back and place a stop loss position short of the current price? Again, if you have a reference to provide options in dealing with this, it would be much appreciated. Thank you

Read Answer Asked by Peter on December 02, 2020