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There's some companies I study fairly vigorously before I start nattering about them and some I don't. Bluebird falls into the latter category. There's not much I can do - I'm just one guy trying to follow 250 stocks plus I have two babies who think Dad's laptop is the greatest toy in the world. All I can say about Bluebird is that they're developing lentoviral vectors, which I believe are the vectors you use when you've given up other viral vectors for Lent. Bluebird has one trial in progress for a lentoviral gene therapy of beta thalassemia and another planned to begin in mid-2013, and they're planning to initiate a phase II/III trial of another lentoviral gene therapy for childhood cerebral adrenoleukodystrophy in late 2013.I happen to own 40 shares of Bluebird bought at the absolute all time high of 36 on July 17, courtesy of Portefeuille. I don't mean to razz him too much; that doesn't happen very often. The stock's been in a pretty nasty declining trend since then but I have a feeling things will pick back up before long. Hopefully by then I'll have had time to brush up a little on what this company actually does.
the future is... here
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