Finding the best biotech companies to invest in can be tricky as volatility often pockmarks the space. Clinical plans don’t always come to fruition and sometimes biotech stocks can suffer at the hands of regulatory decisions from the Food and Drug Administration.
But, once we see certain ‘elements’ we look for in these types of companies, history has shown us unprecedented gains, and they usually come quick.
These types of investments are continuously needed through the life cycle of a biotechnology product. As Brad Loncar of Loncar Investments points out, biotech is a very capital-intensive business. These companies need a lot of money because they are undertaking very risky ventures, plus it takes a lot of money to get through the different stages of development before a treatment or vaccine reaches commercial viability.
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