If you have not heard of Paradigm BioPharmaceuticals (ASX: PAR) then today is your lucky day. PAR is an Australian BioPharmaceutical company that aims to alleviate the cartilage degradation of Osteoarthritis (OA) through their repurposed drug Zilosul.
PAR surged by an impressive 253% YTD. Meaning if you invested $10,000 in January 2019 and sold today you would have come out with $25,300.
The bullish direction has made a good entry point for PAR unlikely. However, with the coronavirus driving markets down a good entry point for PAR could be possible with your own research.
The coronavirus has made PAR’s share price over the last week volatile.
Paradigm’s 2020 Key Price Sensitive Events (PSE’s)
It can be argued that PAR is still in the early stages of development. By looking at the table above Paradigm is overloaded with Price Sensitive Events (PSE’s) in 2020. Despite the endless list, it is worth focusing your attention the four events in bold.Why? Because a release of positive media news could trigger a significant surge in the share price.
Is PAR worth watching in the next few weeks?
You must consider:
- Does PAR’s 2020 calendar present enough PSE’s to trigger an upward shift in share price?
- Is a good entry point of say $3.75-$3.95 possible in the upcoming weeks?
- Do I understand how the business makes money or why they don’t now, and do I like PAR’s business model?
If you can answer yes to all three and conduct your own research PAR might be worth the investment. The entry points above are not to be used as advice. The entry point you use must include your investment interests.
Why not broaden your knowledge of the biotech/pharmaceutical industry by reading our free, extensive and uncomplicated analysis of Opthea (ASX:OPT), Imugene Ltd (ASX:IMU) or Novetia Helathcare (ASX:NHL).
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Written by Patrick McLoughlin, Associate of YIG.