What to Look for When Investing in Biotechs

Included are some of the features, with examples, every health care & biotech investor must be aware of.
 
NEW YORK - May 28, 2014 - PRLog -- Dealing with developing stage biotech companies is a speculative approach to investing as many names will bust. Potential is the name of the game, so many investors get easily excited about the possibilities of having the next Gilead in their portfolio. As the Biotechnology sector (IBB) performance in March showed, this is a volatile industry.

To have the best possible chance at making money, investors must keep a close eye on:

Share Structure

How much has the company diluted shareholders? How many shares is the company concealing in their share structure that can lower my investment value?

Funding Situation

What is cash on hand? What is the company's burn rate? How long until further dilution is required? Where can I find each of these numbers?

Management Team

How confident can I be in the current management team to make my investment successful?

For answers on the above questions and to find companies that fit the mold of a great investment, visit: http://lastfinancier.com/investing-in-developing-health-c...

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