Ep 350 – Frankly Speaking: Hedging, Biotech, Stichting, Burn Rate and Dividends

We start today with a question for Brandon who wants to now my opinion on  shale drillers that have hedges and what will happen when those expire.

The next question comes from John who asked if it might be time to take another look at those immunotherapy stocks that I have previously recommended.

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Todd wants to know more stichting in regards to Mylan Pharmaceuticals.

Jonathan asks if using mining companies as an example what do you look for to determine if a company will be healthy enough to weather a bear market.

Our last question today is from Glenn who wants to know about ATT’s dividend.

As always, thanks for listening and good investing!

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