Stocks in the biotech industry are highly volatile and difficult to analyze.
Many biotech companies currently trading on the stock market have one or more drugs still completing the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval process. Drugs still in testing can have a big impact on a biotech company’s valuation.
Because there are many biotech companies that do not generate revenue, or their revenue is minimal, it is difficult to analyze these companies based on their fundamentals.
A simple screen based on current earnings, revenue, or any other financial figure would not show the whole value of a biotech company. Biotech stocks require a unique form of analysis, including:
Answering these questions will help you analyze the potential of a biotech company, and how the market is currently valuing it.
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