Topic Archives: CRISPR Therapeutics (CRSP)

Examining McCall’s “The First Trillion Dollar Patent Will Release the Largest Royalty Payments Ever Known to Mankind” pitch

Here’s a bit from the email that Matt McCall sent out introducing his lastest teaser ad: “When it comes down to it, there are really just three ways to get truly rich in the stock market. You can put thousands into the market every year, hold for decades, and retire with a fortune. You can […]

Looking into Jeff Brown’s “The ‘God Key’: The Most Revolutionary Biotechnology Since Antibiotics…”

The article below was originally published on November 27, 2017, when Jeff Brown’s ads promoting the “God Key” started to show up in our inboxes. It has not been updated or revised, but the new versions of the ad from Brown are very similar to the ones we covered in November, including the description of […]

Lichtenfeld’s “Genesis Cure” — “This single technology could wipe 4,800 incurable diseases off the face of the Earth”

Fear Of Missing Out is such a big deal that it gets its own acronym in my book (FOMO — and a clever FOMO-fueling website here), and it drives investors to take huge chances just so they don’t have to worry about missing a chance at stupendous gains. That’s what many newsletter ads use to […]

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    I've often wondered how companies that develop something that eliminates disease, such as this, will make money. The OUT...

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    $12 trillion? That's over half of the US economy. Even over 10 years, it's never going to happen. I guess for $79/yea...

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    Well I just hope this is a boomer like the "God Key" stocks (EDIT, CRSP) which are about 50% lower from their peaks in 2...

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    Although the last three months is a short time period, it's the only one I could research easily. Over that period, the...

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    I think its cell data. https://www.investors.com/news/technology/crispr-gene-editing-biotech-companies/ https://mo...

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    There've been a lot of uncertainties around the CRISPR companies, but I think right now the elephant in the room is the ...

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    Found the article I remember that talks about the patent license. https://www.forbes.com/sites/matthewherper/2015/08/10/...

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    Amazing how they can predict uranium demand (prices) over the next 15 years or more. After you've spent about $75,000-$...

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    Thanks for putting everything into perspective. I read about "exciting new developments" every day, and it is impossibl...

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    I bought CRSP and I am up over 60%. Might think about the other two as well. This technology will take some time to deve...

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    I gave up on EDIT, NTLA, and CRSP and went with Illumina, Inc. (ILMN) which is similar but much less volatile. And ILMN ...

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    If you read all the way down to the end of Altucher's epic screed you see that he says you should buy all three: EDIT, N...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    I have a really hard time with R&D companies or very early-stage clinical biotechs -- partly because it's an end market ...

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