Dear New World Investor:
At last week’s Jackson Hole Fed conference. Chairman Powell said he expected this morning’s core July Personal Consumption Expenditures Index– the Fed’s favorite inflation measure – to be +4.3% year-over-year. Wall Street was on board:
The core number was up 0.8% from June, faster than the 0.6% in June over May. It was up 4.2% year-over-year, a tenth of a percent less than Powell and Wall Street expected. That was a fraction more than June’s +4.1%.
Headline inflation rose 0.2% month-over-month and the expected 3.3% year-over-year, an uptick from June’s 3.0% year-over-year. But Wall Street saw what they wanted to see. Paul Ashworth, an economist at Oxford Economics, wrote: “Despite the apparent strength of real demand, inflationary pressures continued to ease.”
Really? PCE inflation looks pretty sticky to me.
It’s true that the annualized rate of core PCE inflation over the last three months fell to 2.8%, the lowest in 2 ½ years. It’s also true that, as usual, there were some categories that were unusually strong. There was a 7% monthly increase in portfolio management prices, which tend to follow the stock market that was up in July. Consumer spending on some large one-offs like “Barbenheimer,” Taylor Swift’s “The Eras” tour, and Beyoncé’s “Renaissance” tour, added about $8.5 billion to US growth in the current quarter, according to Morgan Stanley, or more than a third of the growth in consumption the firm projects for the September quarter.
Take that, Jay Powell!
It’s always easy to cherry-pick the outliers and say: “If it hadn’t been for X, Y, and Z, the result would have been different!” But Powell knows that game, so I continue to think it’s “Not Much Higher, But For Much Longer” in Fedville. Unwinding the tours, plus the expiration of the student loan moratorium, creates about 1.4% downside to Personal Consumption Expenditures in the December quarter. And US rents are 1.2% lower than a year ago, the biggest year-over-year decline since December 2020.
Click for larger graphic h/t @charliebilello
Today, Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic said: “If not for stubborn (and lagging) housing services prices, the core CPI would be running at 2.6% on a year-over-year basis. Given the lagging nature of rental prices…underlying inflation may well be close to our target already.”
Powell probably will pause, but he’ll wait until he sees actual 2% inflation prints before he cuts. July job openings were weak:
Tomorrow we get August payrolls – +170,000 expected, was +187,000 in July – and on September 13 we get the Consumer Price Index, the last data point before the Fed’s next meeting announcement on September 20. If it’s “Not Much Higher, But For Much Longer,” stocks of companies that execute well will be the only winners.
Speaking of which…
A few years ago I wrote about the Barbell Portfolio as the best way to manage your wealth. The bulk of your assets are invested in relatively safe, higher-yielding investments like utilities, insurance companies, REITs, and Dividend Aristocrats like Hershey. The rest goes into speculative, home-run investments – large and small technology, biotech, bitcoin, and the like.
There’s nothing in between – no index funds, no blue-chip mutual funds, no junk bond funds, no diversified funds…nothing. You know the risk in the safe end of your portfolio is very low. You know the risk in the other end of your portfolio is very high. You control your overall risk by moving a little money from one end of the barbell to the other, because when you don’t own anything in the middle, it only takes a small shift between the two ends of the barbell to make a big difference in your overall risk.
This strategy matches the real-world “fat tail” distribution of stock returns. (If you want to read more about it, the report is on Gumroad (CLICK HERE) at a suggested price of $47, but you can pay what you want, even $0.) I don’t want to turn New World Investor into an income newsletter, but I thought from time to time I might draw your attention to an interesting opportunity for the conservative end of your Barbell. I am NOT making a formal recommendation and I’m not planning to follow these.
Look At Main Street Capital (MAIN)
Main Street Capital is a Houston-based business development company (BDC) founded in 2007, right before the Great Financial Crisis. They provide equity capital to lower middle market private companies for recapitalizations, management buyouts, and family estate planning. They typically invest $2 million to $75 million in companies with annual revenues between $10 million and $150 million for 5% to 50% of the company.
They also provides debt capital to middle market companies for acquisitions, management buyouts, and refinancing. They typically loan $5 million to $50 million to companies with $1 million to $20 million in annual EBITDA. They invest in a wide range of industries, not just energy, and have made 195 investments.
Like all BDCs, they are able to use government money to leverage their returns and must pay out at least 85% of their annual earnings as dividends – thus the 7% yield. The key to investing in BDCs (or REITs) is to find a management team that can steadily grow the dividend and, hopefully, never cut it. People often get sucked in by high double-digit yields right before management has to slash the dividend, tanking the stock.
MAIN pays a monthly dividend and has never decreased it. Over the last 16 years they have increased the monthly dividend 114% from 33¢ per share to 70.5¢ per share.
Plus, they paid supplemental dividends of 77.5¢ per share during the last twelve months.
Management owns 3.5 million shares or over $140 million of the stock. If you are interested, check out their June quarter results (SLIDES HERE and TRANSCRIPT HERE). Let me know in the Comments if you want to see more of these conservative ideas.
The S&P 500 added 3.0% since last Thursday as investors liked economic strength more than they feared inflation and the Fed. But a down August – the worst month since February – ended a five-month winning streak. Still, the Index is up 17.4% year-to-date. The Nasdaq Composite gained 4.2% as investors sought revenue and earnings growth. It also ended a five month winning streak (with the worst month since last November) but is up 34.1% for the year. The small-cap Russell 2000 rose 2.9% and is up 7.9% in 2023.
With most hedge funds lagging the S&P, not to mention Nasdaq, what do you think they will do when they get back from the beach?
The fractal dimension counted this week’s rally as more consolidation, enough to almost hit the 55 level. There is going to be plenty of energy to power a fourth-quarter rally.
How big could that be? The “This is just like…” analogies usually blow up right after someone notices them. This chart comparing 2023 to 1999 probably is wrong, too, mostly because AI in 2023 is not yet having the same impact as the Internet in 1999. It will, in five years or so.
Click for larger graphic h/t @TheMarketEar
Changes this week: None
Near-Term – chronological order
TGTX TG Therapeutics – Rapid recovery from overdone pullback
EQT EQT –natural gas price rebound
USL United States 12 Month Oil Fund, LP – crude should rise quickly
FCX Freeport McMoRan – copper shortage this fall
SFTBY SoftBank – for ARM IPO this fall
AKBA Akebia – Vadadustat NDA filing 2023; approval 2024
VLD Velo3D – Rapid revenue growth; low market cap
Long-Term – alphabetical order
EQT EQT – largest US natural gas company
GBTC Grayscale Bitcoin Trust – Bitcoin is headed for $100,000
NVTA Invitae – the winner-take-most of genetic testing
META Meta – a (the?) leader in the metaverse
RKLB Rocket Lab – #2 to SpaceX in space
SCYX ScyNexis –First new antifungal in 20 years
VLD Velo3D – Return manufacturing to the US
June quarter real GDP growth was revised down from the first estimate of +2.4% to +2.1%. The main revision was businesses liquidating more inventories than first thought, which is good news for growth going forward. Consumer spending, which accounts for about 70% of the US economy, rose at a 1.7% annual pace in the June quarter, down from 4.2% in the first three months of 2023.
For the September quarter, this morning’s Atlanta Fed’s GDPNow model estimate is at +5.6%, about triple the Blue Chip economists’ estimate. It looks like a big surprise is coming when the first estimate is announced on October 26.
All times below are ET, and most presentations and slides are archived on the companies’ websites so you can listen to them.
Friday, September 1
August payrolls – 8:30am – +170,000 expected; July was +187,000
Monday, September 4
Wednesday, September 6
GILD – Gilead – 11:00am – Wells Fargo Healthcare Conference
Thursday, September 7
RKLB – Rocket Lab – Unspec. – Jefferies Industrials Conference
CMPS – Compass Pathways – 1on1s – Citi BioPharma Conference
GLW – Corning – 8:15am – Citi Global Technology Conference
FCX – Freeport McMoRan – 2:30pm – Jefferies Industrials Conference
Big Tech: The Biotech & Digital Dominators MegaShift
There are at least four ways to make money in the stocks of these large, growing, dominant companies. You can:
* * Buy a stock and hold it
* * Buy a stock and write a call option against it
* * With a Level IV options account, write an out-of-the-money put option
* * With a Level IV options account, write an out-of-the-money put option and use part of the premium to buy an out-of-the-money call option
Apple (AAPL – $187.87) will introduce the iPhone 15 and Apple Watch Series 9 on September 12, a week from next Tuesday. It should be a good day for Warren Buffett – it’s his largest holding.
They are testing using 3D printers to produce the steel chassis of the Series 9 smartwatch, and then expand the process to more products over the next several years, The next step would be the titanium watch in 2024. They won’t need Velo3D precision or size to make watches, but I’ll be very interested in finding out what supplier they use. It may be 3D Systems (DDD), Desktop Metal (DM), Stratasys (SSYS), or Voxeljet (VJET). AAPL is a Buy under $150 for new iPhone rollouts and augmented/virtual reality products.
Meta Platforms (META – $295.89) introduced WhatsApp for Mac that, like WhatsApp for Windows, offers group audio calls for up to 32 participants and video calls for up to eight. Both Meta and
Enovix (ENVX – $13.78 ) may benefit from this week’s listing of noco-noco (NCNC), a Singapore-based battery technology startup, that closed up 31% today.
Enovix has started Factory Acceptance Testing of the Gen2 equipment. We’ll get more details from COO Ajay Marathe on their new podcast launching September 13. ENVX is a Buy up to $20 for a 4-year hold to $100+ as their BrakeFlow lithium-ion battery takes market share.
Primary Risk: A new competitor invents a better battery.
PagerDuty (PD – $25.76) reported July second quarter results after the close today. Revenues grew 19.2% from last year to $107.6 million, beating the consensus estimate for $104.9 million. Pro forma earnings of 19¢ per share clobbered the consensus estimate for 11¢.
Annual recurring revenue grew 17% year over year to $431.0 million. Customers with annual recurring revenue over $100,000 grew 12% to 773 as of July 31, compared to 689 last year. The dollar-based net retention rate – what customers spent this quarter compared to last year’s July quarter – was 114%. They expect to stay above 110% in the second half of the year. Total free and paid customers grew 19% from last year to more than 26,000.
On the conference call (SLIDES HERE and TRANSCRIPT HERE), management guided for October quarter revenue of $106.5 million to $108.5 million, a growth rate of 13% to 15% year-over-year. That matches the consensus expectation for $106.91 million. Projected pro forma earnings of 13¢ to 14¢ per share are just below the 15¢ expectation.
For the full fiscal year, they now expect total revenue of $426.0 million to $430.0 million, a growth rate of 15% to 16% year-over-year, again right on the consensus for $427.73 million. That would produce pro forma income of 60¢ to 65¢, also bracketing the consensus for 62¢.
The company is making good progress towards a very achievable 20% pretax profit margin:
They ended the quarter with $504.5 million in cash. PD is a Buy up to $30 for a 2- to 5-year hold as their digital operations management Software-As-A-Service gains market share.
Primary Risk: Digital operations management is a competitive area.
QuickLogic (QUIK – $8.38) announced a Global Foundries 12 nanometer eFPGA Core. Developers using Global Foundries to manufacture their semiconductors get enhanced design flexibility, rapid innovation, and options for custom eFPGA versions in as little as days. QUIK is a Buy up to $10 for my $40 target as their sensor hub is widely adopted in smartphones, tablets and wearables.
Primary Risk: New sensor hub competitor emerges.
Biotech MegaShift: The $20-For-$1 Stocks
Say you put $2,000 into a stock that goes from 50¢ a share to $10. The $2,000 turns into $40,000. Then you put the $40,000 into another stock that goes from 50¢ to $10. That turns the $40,000 into $800,000. You did it with two stocks and never risked going negative more than $2,000. (Not that you won’t be mad at me if the first one works and then the second one doesn’t, taking your $40,000 to Money Heaven.)
If you can afford it – and it would not be too big a position in your portfolio – putting $2,000 into each of these speculative biotechs might be a good way to start. Buying these out-of-favor, fallen, or forgotten companies that can get important products through the FDA at very low market capitalizations seems like a good strategy to me.
Development-stage biotechs are subject to investor sentiment swings from wildly optimistic to excessively pessimistic – mostly the latter recently. After the Primary Risk for each company, I’ve added the clinical stage of their lead product, the probable time of their first FDA approval, and the probable time of their next financing.
As always, you need to think about an appropriate position size. You could buy a full position upfront and then just hold on, or buy some upfront and leave room to add more on the inevitable financings, transient clinical trial setbacks, and the like.
Akebia Therapeutics (AKBA- $1.39) finally reported June quarter results. Revenue fell 55.4% from last year due to the non-recurring impact of last year’s ~$80 million termination and settlement agreement with Otsuka, but the $56.38 million they reported still was short of the $59.1 million consensus estimate. Auryxia revenue fell 2.5% from last year to $42.2 million, although that was up 21.6% from the March quarter’s $34.7 million.
They said the decrease compared to last year was primarily due to the impact of shifting payor mix and a volume decrease partially caused by contracting dynamics and a decline in the phosphate binder market. The increase compared to the March quarter was due to timing of purchases of Auryxia made by certain customers and expected cyclical demand growth from the first quarter to the second quarter. They affirmed their 2023 Auryxia net product revenue guidance of $175 million to $180 million.
They lost six cents a share, double the three-cent loss estimate. On the conference call (SLIDES HERE and TRANSCRIPT HERE), management said they got the FDA meeting minutes and will resubmit the New Drug Approval for vadadustat before the end of September. They expect a six-month review with a PDUFA date next March. They also expect approval in Australia by the end of 2023.
The product return reserves errors that I mentioned last week and said would be a non-event resulted in an under-accrual of liabilities of $8.2 million, $7.9 million, and $6.0 million for the 2022, 2021, and 2020 fiscal years, respectively. In addition, accounts receivable was understated by $1.1 million, $0.7 million, and $0.7 million, and goodwill was understated by $2.6 million for the same years. None of these change my Buy recommendation.
The company finished the quarter with $53.6 million in cash, enough to carry them for at least the next 12 months.
Buy AKBA up to $2 for the vadadustat launches in the EU, UK, and (after FDA approval in March 2024) the US.
Primary Risk: Vadadustat not approved in the US.
Clinical stage of lead product: Vadadustat NDA to be refiled by 9/30/23
Probable time of next FDA approval: March 2024
Probable time of next financing: Late 2024 or never
Invitae (NVTA – $0.92) hired a very experienced Chief Commercial Officer to “develop and implement Invitae’s commercial strategy with a focus on driving profitable revenue growth, expanding the market, improving reimbursement levels and enhancing the service of clients and patients.” Sounds like the CEO-in-training to me. Buy NVTA under $10 for a first target of $50 and eventually $100+ when they become the Amazon of genetic testing.
Primary Risk: A competitor starts taking significant market share.
Clinical stage of lead product: NM
Probable time of first FDA approval: NM
Probable time of next financing: Not needed
Medicenna (MDNA – $0.37) appointed a new CFO to reside in their expanded Boston office. Most recently he was CFO at Biotheryx, where he led the finance, investor relations, and operational functions and supported activities associated with an up to $350 million collaboration with Incyte. Before Biotheryx, he was VP: Finance at Tango Therapeutics (TNGX), where he oversaw $110 million in private financings and a $350 million SPAC and PIPE transaction. Earlier, he held senior finance roles at Editas Medicine (EDIT), Charles River Laboratories, and 10 years at Johnson & Johnson. Buy MDNA under $3 for a first target of $20, then maybe $40.
Primary Risk: Their drugs fail in the clinic.
Clinical stage of lead product: Entering Phase 3
Probable time of first FDA approval: 2024
Probable time of next financing: March 2024
Gold ($1,966.6) still has a $1,950 magnet as the fractal dimension consolidation continues. Patience.
Cryptocurrencies are a diversifying asset that offer a unique opportunity to make (or lose!) a lot of money quickly. You can easily buy bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies at Coinbase, Block, or Robinhood.
Bitcoin (BTC-USD on Yahoo – $26,148.05) jumped after the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust won their lawsuit against the SEC, but has settled back. The court simply told the SEC to review their decision to turn down GBTC’s application to become an exchange-traded fund. The SEC could turn them down on some other grounds, or even (in theory) revoke their approval of bitcoin futures funds. We won’t know for a while.
Here’s what I think will happen. SEC Chairman Gary Gensler will be 66 on October 18. He’s an 18-year veteran of Goldman Sachs who was the Under Secretary of the Treasury for Domestic Finance for President Obama and the Chairman of both the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and then the SEC for President Biden. It’s time for him to cash in on the revolving door. Both BlackRock and Fidelity have applications in for bitcoin ETFs. If he grants them, he gets a cushy job after retirement – and he can blame any future problems on the court. So I think he’ll do a 1800 and approve everybody’s ETF. Bitcoin will shoot up as the ETFs buy it.
BTC-USD, ETH-USD, GBTC, and ETHE are Strong Buys.
Primary Risk: Bitcoin falls due to over-regulation or is surpassed by another cryptocurrency.
Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC- $18.71) jumped after the court decision, as I expected, but still closed today at a 20% discount to net asset value. So we’ve collected about half of the 40%+ discount when I recommended it, but we still are buying bitcoin at a substantial discount. At some point we’ll want to hold bitcoin in our own wallet, but until then GBTC is a Buy under net asset value.
Primary Risk: Bitcoin falls due to over-regulation or is surpassed by another cryptocurrency.
Oil – $83.58
Oil jumped today after Russia agreed on extending the OPEC+ oil export cuts into October. The physical market is tightening quickly. US stockpiles fell 10.6 million barrels last week to the lowest since December, according to the Energy Information Administration. Analysts expected only a 3.3 million barrel drop. Inventories at the biggest storage hub in Cushing, Oklahoma, dropped 1.5 million barrels to the lowest since January.
I expect commercial US crude storage to fall to a five-year low by mid-September, unless Hurricane Idalia keeps enough refining capacity closed to postpone the low to the end of September.
Click for larger graphic h/t @HFI_Research
Even with gasoline prices at a $3.81 national average, demand is holding up.
Click for larger graphic h/t @HFI_Research
From HFI Research’sThe Saudis Are Dead Serious On Pushing Oil Prices Higher: “In the years I’ve followed the oil market, I have never seen the Saudis this determined to push oil prices up.”
The July 2026 Crude Oil Futures (CLN26.NYM – $68.99) are a Buy under $65 for a $200+ target. Only buy futures for all cash; do not use margin.
The United States 12 Month Oil Fund, LP (USL – $38.09) is a Buy under $35 for a $100+ target.
Energy Fuels (UUUU – $7.13) rose over $7 as spot uranium went over $59 a pound to a new 16-month high. Buyers continue to chase sellers, who now are asking $60 a pound for September delivery. Uranium keeps making new highs and no one cares. That’s how you want these bull markets to start – silent, relentless, sneaky, and never letting anyone in with a pullback. UUUU is a buy under $8 for a $30 target.
Primary Risk: Uranium prices fall.
Freeport McMoRan (FCX – $39.91) will shoot up if Citi is right – they said oil’s historic price surge in 2008 will look like “child’s play” compared with the expected copper boom by 2025. If you don’t remember that oil run, prices went from $50 per barrel in mid-2006 to $140 per barrel by late 2007 as strong demand from emerging markets clashed with stagnant global crude production. Commodity Trading Advisers and hedge funds piled on.
I think Citi is wrong on the timing because global copper inventories are almost depleted and demand is steadily growing. Copper regained its 50-day moving average. The 200dma is next. FCX is a buy under $44 for a $65 target within two years.
Primary Risk: Copper prices fall.
International & Other Recommendations
It is important to hold some non-US assets, especially in China. Chinese stocks strengthened after authorities announced several measures to woo back investors, including the first reduction of the stamp duty on stock trades since 2008. The Ministry of Finance said the move was to “invigorate capital markets and boost investor confidence.”
The China Securities Regulatory Commission restricted share sales by top stakeholders at firms whose stock prices have fallen below IPO levels or net asset levels. They also reduced the margin required for leveraged trades.
EMQQ Emerging Markets Internet & Ecommerce ETF (EMQQ – $31.08) is a Buy under $38 for a $66 target in 12 to 18 months.
KraneShares Bosera MSCI China A Share Fund (KBA – $23.33) is a Buy under $40 for a three- to five-year hold.
Morgan Stanley China A-Share Closed-End Fund (CAF – $12.74) is a Buy under $18 for a three- to five-year hold.
KraneShares CSI China Internet Exchange-Traded Fund (KWEB – $28.71) is a Buy under $40 for a double over the next three years.
Primary Risk of all four of these: China falls into a recession.
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These are the stocks everyone needs to own because transformative events are happening over the next year or two, and I expect to hold them long-term.
Apple Computer (AAPL – $187.87) – Buy under $150 for new iPhones
Corning (GLW – $32.82) – Buy under $33, target price $60
Gilead Sciences (GILD – $76.48) – Buy under $80, target price $120
Meta (META – $295.89) – Buy under $250, target price $400
SoftBank (SFTBY – $22.40) – Buy under $25, target price $50
Enovix (ENVX – $13.78) – Buy under $20; 4-year hold to $100+
First Trust NASDAQ Cybersecurity ETF (CIBR – $47.16) – Buy under $40; 3- to 5-year hold
Fastly (FSLY – $23.79) – Buy under $20; 2- to 5-year hold to $80+
PagerDuty (PD – $25.76) – Buy under $30; 2- to 5-year hold
QuickLogic (QUIK – $8.38) – Buy under $10, target price $40
Rocket Lab (RKLB – $6.31) – Buy under $13, target price $30+
Velo3D (VLD – $1.58) – Buy under $6, target price $50
Akebia Biotherapeutics (AKBA – $1.39) – Buy under $2, target $20
Aptose Biosciences (APTO – $4.05) – Buy under $10, ultimate target $300
Compass Pathways (CMPS – $9.05) – Buy under $20, hold a long time for a 10x return
Inovio (INO – $0.45) – Buy under $7, hold a long time
Invitae (NVTA – $0.92) – Buy under $10, first target $50, then $100+
Medicenna (MDNA – $0.37) – Buy under $3, first target $20, then maybe $40
ScyNexis (SCYX – $3.52) – Buy under $3, target price $20, then $50
TG Therapeutics (TGTX – $10.47) – Buy under $12 for buyout at $30+
A Short-Sale or REO House – ($415,400) – Hold
Bag of Junk Silver – ($24.81) – hold through silver bull market
Sprott Gold Miners ETF (SGDM – $25.13) – Buy under $28, target price $50
Sprott Junior Gold Miners ETF (SGDJ – $28.76) – Buy under $39, target price $100
Sprott Physical Gold and Silver Trust (CEF – $18.53) – Buy under $18, target price $30
Global X Silver Miners ETF (SIL – $26.50) – Buy under $30, target price $50
Coeur Mining (CDE – $2.41) – Buy under $5, target price $20
First Majestic Mining (AG – $6.13) – Buy under $11, next target price $23
Paramount Gold Nevada (PZG – $0.34) – Buy under $1, first target price $10
Sandstorm Gold (SAND – $5.50) – Buy under $10, target price $25
Sprott Inc. (SII – $33.29) – Buy under $40, target price $70
Bitcoin (BTC-USD – $26,148.05) – Buy
Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC – $18.71) – Buy
Ethereum (ETH-USD – $1,644.27) – Buy
Grayscale Ethereum Trust (ETHE – $11.06) – Buy
Crude Oil Futures – July 2026 (CLN26.NYM – $68.99) – Buy under $65; $200+ target
United States 12 Month Oil Fund, LP (USL – $38.09) – Buy under $35; $100+ target
EQT (EQT – $43.22) – Buy under $35; $70 first target
Energy Fuels (UUUU – $7.13) – Buy under $8; $30 target
Freeport McMoRan (FCX – $39.91) – Buy under $44; $65 target within two years
International & Other Recommendations
EMQQ Emerging Markets Internet & Ecommerce ETF (EMQQ – $31.080) – Buy under $38 for a $66 target in 12 to 18 months
KraneShares Bosera MSCI China A Share Fund (KBA – $23.33) – Buy under $40 for a three- to five-year hold
Morgan Stanley China A-Shares Fund (CAF – $12.74) – Buy under $18 for a three- to five-year hold
KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF (KWEB – $28.71) – Buy under $40 for a double over the next three years
Acreage Holdings (ACRDF – $0.25) – Buy under $2 for the Canopy Growth merger
Mongolia Growth Group (MNGGF – $0.88) – Buy under $1.30; long-term hold
These are holds but not sells – yet. They could get moved back to one of the buy categories if their prices drop or outlook improves, or they could become sell recommendations in the future.
Arch Therapeutics (ARTH – $1.47) – Hold for buyout
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