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222 Postings, 3407 Tage sarioVorbörs. Kurs....

14.11.18 15:19

2168 Postings, 4533 Tage MagnetfeldfredyAmarin

14.11.18 16:15
08:10 Amarin rating change at Citi Citi reverses recent Amarin downgrade, upgrades to Buy after 30% pullback. Citi analyst Joel Beatty upgraded Amarin to Buy from Neutral with an unchanged price target of $28. The stock closed yesterday down 22%, or $4.44, to $15.38. The analyst downgraded the shares to Neutral on November 2 citing limited upside to his price target and increased investor expectations. Beatty, however, believes the 30% pullback in Amarin shares over the past two days following the detailed Reduce-IT trial results creates an attractive entry point. The results "paint an attractive drug profile" for Vascepa, Beatty tells investors in a research note. He continues to predict the drug's peak sales will hit the multi-billions.

Read more at:  

2168 Postings, 4533 Tage MagnetfeldfredyAmarin

14.11.18 16:20
Was hier abgeht ist pure Manipulation mit big pharma im Hintergrund, die haben Angst dass Ihre überteuerten Therapien von Amarin aufgegessen werden!
So wird FUD gestreut und die Topergebnisse verfälscht dargestellt.....

Am Ende wird die FDA die Labelerweiterung zulassen und Millionen Menschen von Herzinfarkt/Schlaganfall und Todesfällen verschont bleiben, KZ 50 US Dollar bei Übernahme in einem Jahr!

Korrupte Wallstreet!  

567 Postings, 2321 Tage RV10Bla bla bla

14.11.18 16:34


2168 Postings, 4533 Tage MagnetfeldfredyAmarin

14.11.18 17:05
Was bist Du für ein Vogel, keine Ahnung, ich bin seit 10 Jahren investiert habe alle Höhen und Tiefen erlebt und muss mich mit einem Dünnbrettbohrer abgeben,  mach Dich hier vom Acker wenn Du außer Blödsinn nichts verbreiten kannst und melde mich Du Arschgeige!

Amarin up 2% premarket as bargain hunters move in
Nov. 14, 2018 8:39 AM ET|About: Amarin Corporation PLC (AMRN)|By: Douglas W. House, SA News Editor

Amarin (NASDAQ:AMRN) is up 2% premarket on robust volume as investors take positions following yesterday's 22% selloff stoked by scrutiny of the REDUCE-IT study.

Yesterday, management hosted a conference call on the design, objectives and outcome of the trial.

Citigroup's Joel Beatty has joined the cheerleaders, upgrading the stock to Buy with a $28 (82% upside). He thinks Vascepa will be a blockbuster despite its modest price, with the current valuation an attractive entry point.


567 Postings, 2321 Tage RV10Oh man, deine Nerven liegen offenbar richtig blank

14.11.18 17:15


2168 Postings, 4533 Tage MagnetfeldfredyAmarin

14.11.18 17:26
Nein, ich hasse es, wenn man ohne Fachwissen Blödsinn verbreitet, Vascepa von Amarin hat in einem 500 Millionen US$ teuren weltweitem trial bewiesen Leben zu retten und Du schreibst  sinnloses Gebashe?  

2168 Postings, 4533 Tage MagnetfeldfredyAmarin

14.11.18 17:29
Diese Ergebnisse:

Cardiovascular Death Reduced by 20%
Fatal or Nonfatal Heart Attacks Reduced by 31%
Fatal or Nonfatal Stroke Reduced by 28%
Urgent or Emergent Coronary RevascularizationReduced by 35%
Hospitalization for Unstable AnginaReduced by 32%

sind seit Einführung von Statinen das Beste was es je gab, und dazu so gut wie ohne Nebenwirkungen!

Es reicht wenn fake news verbreitet werden um dieses lebenrettende Produkt schlechtzureden, wir könnten es alle selber brauchen, hatte auch schone eine Herzattacke!  

567 Postings, 2321 Tage RV10Das wundert mich nicht, wenn Du immer...

14.11.18 17:34
gleich so aus den Schrauben gehst  


2168 Postings, 4533 Tage MagnetfeldfredyAmarin

14.11.18 17:52
Findest Du Dein Verhalten ok?  

567 Postings, 2321 Tage RV10Ich habe nur Fakten wiedergegeben...

14.11.18 18:00
Aber Du kannst dir sicher sein, dass ich dir jeden einzelnen € Gewinn gönne!  


2168 Postings, 4533 Tage MagnetfeldfredyAmarin

14.11.18 19:14
Welche Fakten?  

2168 Postings, 4533 Tage MagnetfeldfredyAmarin

14.11.18 19:21
Das sind Fakten:

Amarin: 85% Of Doctors Polled At AHA Conference Intend To Prescribe Vascepa
Nov. 14, 2018 1:05 PM ET|
About: Amarin Corporation PLC (AMRN)
Long/short equity

Motorhead attended the AHA event where Amarin's Reduce-It trial results were revealed. There were 2,500 doctors in the audience. 85% said they would prescribe Amarin's Vascepa to their patients.

When secondary endpoint results were revealed, the entire audience erupted in applause. It was the first time any trial results received such a response, according to one cardiologist there.

There have been negative articles in Forbes, Seeking Alpha, etc. on the fact that the Reduce-It trial used mineral oil placebos. Motorhead got a response from Reduce-It's lead doctors.

While the mineral placebo issue is a misconceived risk for Amarin, should the stock drop, we would see this as a buying opportunity, as would Big Pharma and institutional investors.

We have details below of how spurious the "mineral oil" placebo concern really is.
Amarin Is Now Trading At A 1.3x PER On Our 2022 Estimates And The Recent Drop Is A Buying Opportunity

Due to the confusion and misconceptions over the use of mineral oil placebos in the Reduce-It trial, Amarin's (NASDAQ:AMRN) stock dropped by 27% over the past two days, despite better than expected secondary endpoint results in the Reduce-It trial presented at the American Heart Association (AHA) conference last weekend.

Motorhead attended the AHA event and participated in several meetings over the 2 days there. The huge drop in Amarin's stock price is a buying opportunity in my view, as it is based on concerns that the trial data might be not as good due to the use of mineral oil placebos. I explain below what Dr. Deepak Bhatt - leader of the Reduce-It trial - and other medical experts told me about this concern (basically that it's a non-issue that mainly exists in the investment community). But for a great explanation of why this whole mineral oil concern is probably insignificant, please read this excellent report by Seeking Alpha contributor Oneil Trader here.

Doctors we met at the conference said that they would begin prescribing it to their pre-diabetic patients, on top of their patients already afflicted by diabetes. Cardiologists said the same about their low and high-risk patients. Of the 2,500 doctors polled at the AHA conference, 85% said they would prescribe Vascepa to their patients. This is a significantly high number and a vote of confidence for Vascepa's efficacy.

The patient population of low to high cardiovascular risks in America is between 39m and 70m. If one assumes 50m patients will use Vascepa (which costs roughly $1,464 per year based on Amarin's revenue/prescription in Q2), one arrives at peak sales of $73.2bn in America alone, which is nearly 5x that of Pfizer's peak sales of Lipitor.

Motorhead continues to use $10.8bn in peak sales in 2022, with an operating margin of 40% and a 21% tax rate, which yields an EPS of $11.6 and PER of 1.3x. I continue to believe that the stock should trade up to $81 on steeply discounted PER assumption of 7x (38% lower than the average 11.4x among Big Pharma's 2022 average PER). But even at half of my $81 target price, Amarin's market cap of $11.8bn is only slightly more than most Big Pharma's annual R&D budgets. It would make more sense to buy Amarin and use one's big legions of MRs to expand Vascepa sales globally.

Given the overwhelmingly ecstatic response by the thousands of doctors attending the AHA event, I believe Amarin ultimately gets taken over by a big pharmaceutical firm. This could possibly happen as soon as Amarin gets FDA approval for expanded labeling, which usually takes 6 to 10 months.
Three Days At The AHA Conference

Motorhead braved the cold climate of Chicago last weekend to attend the American Heart Association (AHA) conference, where Amarin's Reduce-It clinical trial results were fully disclosed. The full details of the trial were better than expected and can be read in detail on this link from the New England Journal of Medicine here.

Motorhead attended not only the AHA Reduce-It results meeting, but also an analyst meeting with doctors who worked (but were not on Amarin's payroll) on the Reduce-It trial, as well as a cardiovascular panel discussion with mainly doctors in attendance.
The Big Takeaway From Newly Revealed Reduce-It Trial Data From The AHA Conference

While the headline risk-reduction number announced by Amarin on September 27th was 25% overall - as high as Pfizer's (NYSE:PFE) Lipitor - the big takeaway from the new revelations at the AHA conference was that the risk of strokes among patients taking Vascepa was reduced from 20% to 16%, with a hazard ratio of 0.7% and an overall risk reduction of 26% versus the placebo group. This drew a huge wave of applause from the audience of 2,500 medical experts there - a first-ever at a medical conference, according to one key cardiologist there.

The 2,500 attendants - mostly doctors - had remote control keypads to answer the question of whether they would prescribe Vascepa, and 85% voted "yes." This is significant as the addressable audience of patients who could use Vascepa in America is around 80m (including patients showing pre-diabetic risks) and the minimal side-effects. This ecstatic response from most endocrinologists and cardiologists was due not only to the high efficacy and low risk of Vascepa, but also due to its low price (roughly $121/month), which is a fraction of similar treatments for diabetes like Jardiance and Victoza.

The endocrinologists and cardiologists we spoke to said that doctors will fight for managed care in America to cover Amarin's Vascepa for their patients. Endocrinologists said that it is their main duty to keep their pre-diabetic and diabetic patients from being sent to cardiologists, hence Vascepa is the answer. Cardiologists were so enthusiastic about Vascepa's 31% reduction in myocardial infarction events and 35% reduction in urgent or emergent revascularization events, that they also said they would prescribe Vascepa given the low risk.

From a medical standpoint, the Reduce-It trial results - especially the secondary endpoints - were an epiphany and drew a resounding positive response from the medical community. Not one doctor at all of the meetings we attended raised any concern about trial having used mineral oil placebos.
Some Stock Traders May Be Bearish, But Doctors Are Bullish - This Is A Buying Opportunity

Just hours after Dr. Deepak Bhatt revealed the full results of the Reduce-It trial, Forbes had a negative article out about the placebo used in the clinical trial, which was made from mineral oil (article here). That evening, Amarin held an investor meeting, where CEO John Thero gave the stage to all the doctors involved in the clinical trial and analysis of data. Two of these doctors (endocrinologist Dr. Busch and cardiologist Dr. Miller), were not Amarin employees but were involved in the trial result analysis.

Aside from touting how revolutionary Vascepa was as a treatment for high-risk cardiovascular patients, they both said they would've rather owned Amarin's stock than been prohibited from buying it via their involvement in the results analysis. One chief scientist from Amarin who saw the data before the results were revealed, said he had tears in his eyes when he saw the results, as he knew how many lives could be saved.

All in all, the doctors deeply involved with the trial, as well as the thousands who attended the AHA conference to see the full results for the first time, were highly positive on the trial results and the use of Vascepa in treating their patients.

The next day, Seeking Alpha's Super Expert on cardiovascular diseases, DoctoRx published a cautionary article regarding the fact that Amarin's Reduce-It trial used a mineral oil placebo (see article here). Amarin has a good, detailed explanation as to why they used mineral oil placebos, which can be listened to on their IR website (here).

But the basic point regarding mineral oil placebos being used in the Reduce-It clinical trial was addressed by two of Amarin's doctors, and it all does make sense from Motorhead's standpoint of having seen a Vascepa-type drug being prescribed in Japan since 1990:

   "This is an outcome study not a bio marker study. In terms of outcome there was no difference in the placebo group between patients that had elevated LDL versus those that had no change or lower LDL." The Doctor went on to mention that "the Japanese JELIS study from 2005, where an EPA benefit created risk reduction of 19% had no placebo." Also, mineral oil placebo reduced inflammatory side-effects.

On the third night of the event (November 11th), we asked Reduce-It's lead doctor from Harvard Medical School, Dr. Deepak Bhatt, about the mineral oil issue as follows:

   "By using mineral oil placebo in the clinical trial, didn't it distort the risk-reduction data you published?"

Dr. Bhatt's response is as follows:

   We could've used no placebo, like the JELIS trial (conducted by Japan's Mochida Pharmaceutical in 2005), but would then be criticized for not using any placebo at all. (JELIS showed 19% risk reduction in cardiovascular events, but used no placebos).
   We could've used a sugar pill, but the patients would've probably noticed and it wouldn't have been a blind trial.
   We could've used olive oil, but that would've been deemed stupid by the medical community.
   Besides, only 4cc of mineral oil a day were used on the placebo group, which is hardly toxic.
   We took into account that investigators of the trial would know this, so used mineral oil placebo anyway. I even use it for my kids sometimes when they're constipated.
   Furthermore, the use of mineral oil placebo showed no correlation to increase or decrease in LDL cholesterol levels. Many patients had LDL go down. So "there's really no 'there' there."
   We've only received queries like this from the investment community.

MOST IMPORTANTLY: Amarin's Marine Trial (Stage 2), which received FDA approval, also used mineral oil placebos.
If Doctors Love Vascepa, Amarin Is A Takeover Target

Our impression, after having met many times with Mochida Pharmaceutical - the originator of Epadel, a similar drug to Vascepa sold only in Japan - is that America still has huge doubts about "fish oil" medication, as it can be bought over the counter (OTC). But both Vascepa and Epadel use highly purified fish EPA without the DHA content in Omega-3 supplements. One of the cardiologists at the last night's panel discussion was an expert on how bad OTC Omega-3 supplements are: they only have 20% content of pure EPA at most, and 60% fatty acids. This may be why Omega-3 supplements are getting thrown under the bus.

There is a huge over-allotment of call options on Amarin at the moment, implying 36% upside as of Friday, the day before the AHA conference, so the stock could sell off. Motorhead will be buying on any weakness.

This is because the negative article in Forbes that started the doubt and concern about Amarin's use of mineral oil placebo was written by a journalist (who has a track record of reporting on medical issues, so not a novice) who has been negative and used the same medical doctors as sources in his article right after the AHA Reduce-It reveal.

Seeking Alpha's DoctoRx seems to be a pro in this field, so we would value his opinion and comments all the more. But after 3 days at the AHA conference (Ground Zero), seeing the enthusiasm among the attending doctors towards the Reduce-It results, we get the sense that Vascepa - which has already seen a 15% increase in sales since the September 27th headline announcement - will be vigorously prescribed by most doctors in America.
Besides, The Main Point Is That Vascepa Is Safe And The World Needs It

Even if there was a placebo group that used mineral oil placebos in the Reduce-It trial, the risk is close to zero and the cardiovascular risk reduction, at worst, drops to 19% - like Japan's JELIS trial, which used no placebo but led Epadel sales to rise by 50% - why wouldn't doctors prescribe Vascepa? When we first spoke to CEO John Thero over a year ago, he told Motorhead that most physicians would be happy with a 7% risk reduction ratio if risk was minimal.

We have spoken to medical experts in India, where the rate of diabetes is the highest, and they had never heard of EPA treatment for cardiovascular diseases. China has a huge portion of their population afflicted by diabetes and this is new ground for Amarin. Trust the doctors, not the share price action when it comes to Amarin. Doctors will be the ones advising Big Pharma on when to take Amarin over.
Full Disclosure

Motorhead, as the pseudonym suggests, is mainly an investor specialized in automotive stocks, and has written several articles on Seeking Alpha about Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) and Amarin (AMRN US). However, we have invested in healthcare stocks for 14 years and have close ties to Mochida Pharmaceutical (4543 JP), which originated the EPA-based cardiovascular treatment that is basically the same as Amarin's Vascepa. We also have close ties to Nippon Suisan (1332 JP), which produces the highly purified EPA for Mochida.

Disclosure: I am/we are long AMRN.

I wrote this article myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I am not receiving compensation for it (other than from Seeking Alpha). I have no business relationship with any company whose stock is mentioned in this article.  

2168 Postings, 4533 Tage MagnetfeldfredyAmarin

16.11.18 10:04

2168 Postings, 4533 Tage MagnetfeldfredyAmarin

16.11.18 16:55
Kurze, gute Zusammenfassung:

Buy Amarin Corporation (AMRN) Stock Before It’s Too Late!
Brandi Brown -
November 15, 2018
Amarin Corporation AMRN Stock News

Amarin Corporation plc (NASDAQ: AMRN) is hitting the spotlight in a big way as of late, but not necessarily in a positive way. After releasing data from a long term Phase 3 study of Vascepa, a debate has come in with some saying that the data should lead to an expanded label and others saying that the data was skewed.
Let’s Look At The Data First

The data we’re looking at comes from the Phase 3 clinical study of Vascepa that’s known as REDUCE-IT. In the study, hundreds of patients were given either Vascepa or a placebo. The results were overwhelmingly positive.

The primary endpoint was achieved in the study with a 25% relative risk reduction in first occurrence of major adverse cardiovascular events in the intent-to-treat population. These events consisted of cardiovascular death, nonfatal myocardial infraction, nonfatal stroke, coronary revascularization and unstable angina requiring hospitalization.

The company also achieved various secondary endpoints. The key secondary endpoint was achieved with a 26% relative risk reduction in 3-point major adverse cardiovascular events. These events included cardiovascular death, nonfatal heart attack and nonfatal stroke.

Finally, 7 additional secondary endpoints were met. These included:

   A 25% reduction in risk of cardiovacular death or nonfatal heart attack;
   a reduction of 31% in risk of fatal or nonfatal heart attack;
   a 35% reduction of risk in urgent or emergent revascularization;
   a 20% risk reduction in cardiovascular death;
   a 32% reduction in risk of hospitalization due to unstable angina;
   a 28% reduction in risk of fatal or nonfatal stroke;
   a 23% risk in total mortality as well as nonfatal heart attack and nonfatal stroke.

These results look amazing. In fact, they are the best results that we have ever seen in a large, cardiovascular risk trial of its like. However, this is where the debate comes in. There were concerns raised with regard to the placebo used by AMRN.
Digging Into The Placebo Drama

While the results of the REDUCE-IT trial were overwhelmingly positive, there has been quite a bit of drama unearthed as a result of it, and it all has to do with the placebo.

You see, during the clinical trial, AMRN used mineral oil pills as the placebo. Many argue that the use of this placebo skewed the data. The issue comes in when we see what happened with the placebo group over the time treated.

First and foremost, when it comes to triglyceride levels, those being treated with the placebo saw an increase of 2%. Going further, LDL cholesterol levels raised 10% in the placebo group. When it comes to other key markers of blood fat levels, more higher levels were seen in the placebo group.

The idea behind the debate is that the increase in blood fat levels in the placebo goup may have been caused, in part, by the placebo itself. If this is the case, then comparing the benfits of Vascepa against the decline in the placebo group would be meaningless. After all, higher levels of fat in blood will generally lead to higher cardiovascular risk.
Debunking The Placebo Concerns

While the placebo concerns have been somewhat damning when it comes to growth in the value of AMRN, the truth of the matter is that it’s not very hard to debunk these concerns. Recently, Dr. Weiss, cardiologist at the University of California, weighed in with regard to Amarin’s Vascepa results. First and foremost, Dr. Weiss pointed to the 10% increase in LDL-C in the placebo group and said that this may have led to more adverse cardiovascular events. He even explained that VASCEPA benefits may have been overstated. Nonetheless, Dr. Weiss is a believer in the benefit. That can be seen from this statement:

   Perhaps the benefit of Vascepa is overestimated a little bit, but the higher LDL seen in the mineral oil group is still too small an effect to account for the large reduction in relative risk. This is a landmark trial and it confirms the omega-3 heart hypothesis.

While that is only one doctor’s opinion, the big dogs have weighed in with positive opinions as well. In fact, even the New England Journal of Medicine said that the mineral oil could not have caused such a significant improvement in risk of cardiovascular events. All in all, there are plenty of highly-respected professionals that are making it clear that they believe in the cardiovascular benefit of VASCEPA.
The Takeaway

The takeaway here is a relatively simple one. While any medical data should be the subject of debate, this debate is a hands down win for AMRN. At the end of the day, even if the placebo concerns have some validity, there is no way that the mineral oil would have led to such a significant difference between VASCEPA and placebo.

With that said, AMRN is planning on submitting the new data to the FDA early next year. I believe that this submission will result in an expanded label, allowing for the treatment to be marketed as an option to reduce the risk of major cardiovascular events. When this happens, it will prove to be a game changer for AMRN and its investors!


2168 Postings, 4533 Tage MagnetfeldfredyAmarin

17.11.18 17:40
In diesem Fachinterview wird das Mineralölplacebo-Problem begraben, die Konkurrenz kann die unglaublichen Ergebnisse nicht akzeptieren, Milliarden werden in den nächsten Jahren von Amarin mit Vascepa verdient und nicht von big pharma, oder big pharma kauft Amarin:  

2168 Postings, 4533 Tage MagnetfeldfredyAmarin

20.11.18 17:42
Unambiguous results, John Thero is my hero!:D:eek:

Go amarn go, ten millions patients in USA!  

2168 Postings, 4533 Tage MagnetfeldfredyAmarin

22.11.18 16:08
European Society of Cardiology endorses use of Vascepa for CVD risk reduction following R-I results :


2168 Postings, 4533 Tage MagnetfeldfredyAmarin

23.11.18 15:28

2168 Postings, 4533 Tage MagnetfeldfredyAmarin

06.12.18 10:44

Sizing Up the Bull and Bear Cases on Amarin Corporation plc (NASDAQ:AMRN)

Dec 5, 2018 | Business
Sizing Up the Bull and Bear Cases on Amarin Corporation plc (NASDAQ:AMRN)

Amarin Corporation plc (NASDAQ:AMRN) shares continue to hover around the $15-20 trading range in recent action as the market works to piece together a risk-adjusted value for the company. However, as we will attempt to show below, the market’s current pricing process for the stock is likely leaning a bit too conservatively right now.

The problem for investors is about striking a balance between the pros and cons here — between the massive potential for an eventual bidding war for the company down the road, on the one hand, against the risk of further dilution as the company attempts to initially ramp up its marketing and sales resources to drive an expanded Vascepa distribution footprint as well as the risk that the company is unable to ever secure expanded labeling from the FDA based on its heavily publicized Reduce-It trial results, and the almost as heavily publicized issues regarding its use of a non-inert placebo, on the other hand.

Amarin Corporation plc (NASDAQ:AMRN) bulls will likely have a much easier time defusing the risks in the above paragraph than its bears will have in undermining the upside drivers.

First off, the company just raised $200 million without making much of a dent in the tape. As we discussed last time, this is best viewed as an investment in demonstrating the potential for the company to make a viable run at the market for Vascepa without the help of a larger marketing apparatus such as it might have following an acquisition by MegaPharm Inc or Giganticus Bioscience.

In essence, the capital raise is the most important investment the company can make when it comes to preparing for an eventual seat at the negotiating table. A negotiation, as you will appreciate, is simply a process of establishing who needs who more.

Secondly, the company just won a case with very important precedential implications: the US District Court for the Southern District of NY handed a decision in favor of Amarin in the case of Amarin vs the FDA, wherein Amarin sought a preliminary injunction against the FDA to stop it from pursuing a misbranding case against Amarin.

In other words, Amarin won the right to aggressively market Vascepa to doctors in that district for off-label use without needing to gain the expanded labeling from the FDA. The court ruled that, as long as Amarin was honest with its marketing materials, the FDA couldn’t prevent that.

It’s a huge development that undermines the importance of the other risk – that of whether or not the FDA will expand the labeling for Vascepa as a full ischemic preventative to be prescribed to cardiovascular high-risk patients to reduce their risk of serious cardiovascular events.

As we have argued, doctors have been surveyed and positively responded on this point already. And now, the company has legal momentum to pursue the marketing process ahead of any FDA decision.

Finally, we would note that the FDA was complicit in approving the use of mineral oil as the placebo in Reduce-It. The company secured a special protocol agreement (SPA) with the FDA ahead of the study. That means the FDA specifically reviewed the trial protocol design in conjunction with the study’s clinical endpoints and the stated statistical analysis process to be used and decided that it was appropriate specifically for eventual regulatory approval of the drug down the road if the endpoints were met.

In other words, if the FDA has a problem with the placebo, then it’s their own fault. And, in our experience, the FDA will never admit to being wrong about something like that.

Hence, even though the company may be able to dramatically ramp Vascepa sales off-label, the odds still suggest they will receive fast-track approval from the FDA in any case.


222 Postings, 3407 Tage sarioNachkaufs-

22.12.18 11:51
gelegenheit...Am 16.Feb. Gewinnveröffentlichung!  


7997 Postings, 1509 Tage VassagoAMRN 15,03$ (+8%)

10.01.19 12:03

62 Postings, 3196 Tage nussi123Amarin

12.01.19 13:22

2168 Postings, 4533 Tage MagnetfeldfredyAmarin

17.01.19 16:01
17.01.2019 - 14:40 Uhr - Michel Doepke - Redakteur
Amarin: Schlägt Novo Nordisk oder Pfizer zu? Analyst sieht über 200 Prozent Potenzial

Es vergeht kein Tag ohne neue Übernahmegerüchte: Seit den Übernahmeofferten für Celgene durch Bristol-Myers und Loxo Oncology durch Eli Lilly befindet sich die Biotech-Branche in Ekstase. Selten feierte der Sektor einen solch fulminanten Jahresstart. Heiß her geht es derzeit auch beim Highflyer Amarin. Nach dem Pharma-Konzern Pfizer wird nun auch Novo Nordisk Interesse an der Biotech-Gesellschaft nachgesagt, die Analysten bleiben bullish.

Weiteres Vervielfachungspotenzial

Andrew Fein von H.C. Wainwright bestätigt seine Kaufempfehlung für die Amarin-Papiere mit einem Kursziel von 51 Dollar. Damit liegt der Zielkurs über 200 Prozent über der vorbörslichen Indikation von 16,75 Dollar. Nach einem Treffen mit dem Management im Rahmen der JP Morgan Healthcare Conference bekräftigt er seine Einschätzung. Die Chef-Etage habe festgestellt, dass die Mehrheit der ärztlichen Feedbacks nach der American Heart Association (AHA) positiv gegenüber Vascepa eingestellt war, so der Analyst.

Wer schnappt sich Vascepa?

Der 24. September 2018 sollte für Amarin und Vascepa alles verändern. An diesem Tag veröffentlichten die Iren positive Daten der REDUCE-IT-Studie – der Markt honorierte dies mit einer Kursexplosion von 300 Prozent. An einem Tag! Denn damit lieferte Amarin den Beweis, dass das Fischöl-Präparat das Risiko, einen Herzinfarkt oder Schlaganfall zu erleiden, massiv reduziert. Das Marktpotenzial ist immens.

DER AKTIONÄR hat bereits über die Übernahmegerüchte im Zusammenhang mit Pfizer berichtet. Evaluate (Vantage) bringt nun den Insulin-Hersteller Novo Nordisk als potenziellen Käufer ins Spiel. Damit könnten sich die Dänen breiter aufstellen und sich vom durchaus preisumkämpften Markt für Insuline unabhängiger machen.


Ein potenzieller Bieter könnte durchaus acht bis elf Milliarden Dollar für das Unternehmen abrufen. Investierte Anleger drehen auf dem Übernahmekarussell noch ein paar Runden und halten die Füße still. Dass die Amarin-Aktie die zuletzt massiven Kursgewinne zum Großteil verteidigen konnte, wertet DER AKTIONÄR als positives Zeichen, dass es sich um handfestere Gerüchte handeln könnte. Stopp bei 10,50 Euro beachten!  

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