Topic Archives: Johnson and Johnson (JNJ)

Please indulge Doc Gumshoe while he presents his musings on what’s going on in general in the health-care arena, and in particular, which new drugs are getting the FDA blessing and why, as well as which ones are getting the short straw.   My impressions and conclusions are in some cases only loosely based on […]

Every now and then a reader sends in a question about one of the stock ideas teased by dividend.com, which is a service that looks for, you guessed it, dividend paying stocks. Their standard “tease” is that they send around some hints about the latest stock they’ve added to one of their “best” lists, but […]

[Dr. KSS writes about medicine and biotech stocks for the Irregulars. He has agreed to our trade restrictions, chooses his own topics, and his words and opinions are his own. You can see all his past articles and recent comments here.] The State of Things is a classy 1982 Wim Wenders film in which a film […]

Everybody’s got to deviate from the norm.  —Rush John Galsworthy wrote that the beginning and endings of human undertakings are untidy. It was never more so than in the early days of HCV, a mere 20 years ago, when a plague first called “non-A non-B hepatitis” began vexing people, progressively scarring their livers and behaving […]

[ed note: Michael Jorrin, who I like call “Doc Gumshoe,” is a longtime medical writer who shares his thoughts with us a couple times a month — his articles are non-financial in nature, his words and opinions are his own, and you can see his bio and his past pieces here. Enjoy!] Indulge me while […]

[Ed. Note: Dr. KSS writes about medicine and biotech stocks for the Gumshoe Irregulars. He has agreed to our trading restrictions, he chooses his own topics, and his words and opinions are his own. Enjoy!] OK, admit it….how many of you have seen the campy films of Baltimore director John Waters? The ones starring the […]

[ed note: Dr. KSS is a paid contributor to Stock Gumshoe who writes about biotech stocks for (and discusses them with) the Irregulars. He chooses his own topics, and his words and opinions are his alone. Enjoy!] Greetings fellow Irregulars!  You’ve all been waiting for it….our first-ever annual ceremony in which we look back on […]

In his tearjerker “Sisters of Mercy,” Leonard Cohen sings, I’ve been where you’re hanging and think I can see how you’re pinned. Although I am less inclined to bash the FDA than many, it has recently let modern medical practice place many patients in an undesirable situation. What if there was a very powerful drug, […]

Today the pitch that’s been catching my eye is from Mitchell Clark for his Biotech Breakthrough Stock Report — we haven’t covered this newsletter before, but we have certainly covered teaser spiels from Mitchell Clark’s wide variety of Lombardi-published newsletters in the past (before he was a biotech expert this week, he was a bible […]

[Ed. Note: Dr. KSS writes about medicine and biotech stocks for the Irregulars. His words and opinions are his own.] In A History of New York, Washington Irving opens chapter VIII thus: ”In which the author and reader…fall into a very grave and instructive discourse.” This may prove to be a more unleavened column than […]

[ed note: We feature the musings of our favorite health and medicine writer, Michael Jorrin, a couple times a month, and we’ve taken the liberty of calling him “Doc Gumshoe” (he’s not a doctor). You’ll find no stock picks in his pieces, but hopefully will get plenty of insight into the medical matters he explains […]

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