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Maxx Chatsko

Maxx Chatsko

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Maxx has been a contributor to Fool.com since 2013. He graduated from the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (2012) with a Bachelor of Science in Bioprocess Engineering and from Carnegie Mellon University (2016) with a Master of Science in Materials Science & Engineering.

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My Top Biotech Stocks to Buy in the Market Crash

The worst may be yet to come for the stock market, but these biopharma companies have promising potential.


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Here's Why Deciphera Pharmaceuticals Lost 22.7% in March

Investors are concerned that an important regulatory deadline for the development-stage drug developer will be delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic.


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Here's Why Epizyme Lost 27.6% in March

Investors were looking forward to the drug company's transition to commercial operations, but the coronavirus pandemic could delay the maturation process.


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Here's Why Albemarle Stock Fell 31.1% in March

The world's largest lithium producer was bracing for a difficult 2020. Then the coronavirus pandemic hit.


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Here's Why Invitae Tumbled 32.9% in March

Growth stocks were among the most severely punished during the recent stock market crash.

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Here's Why Bloom Energy Fell 42.3% in March

The stock's compounding momentum proved no match for the coronavirus pandemic.


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Here's Why Fate Therapeutics Rose as Much as 18.7% Today

The cellular therapy developer announced an equity investment from and a partnership with Janssen, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson.


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Gold Stocks Soared Thursday as Investors Digested Sour Economic Data

Precious metals are thriving on the current economic upheaval.


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Alliance Resource Partners Soared Today After Touching 20-Year Lows

Despite today's bounce, the coal producer faces an uncertain path ahead.


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Here's Why Invitae Stock Is Swinging Wildly Today

The company announced the pricing of a public offering of common stock.

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U.S. Coal-Fired Power Plants Stumbled Into 2020

Electricity generation from coal fell 35% in January 2020 from the year-ago period.


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So Your Biotech Announced Positive Phase 3 Results? Celebrating Could be Premature

Success in clinical trials doesn't guarantee success on the market.


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Here's Why Alliance Resource Partners Stock Fell as Much as 13.9% Today

The company announced actions in response to the global economic slowdown caused by the coronavirus.


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Here's Why Axsome Therapeutics Fell as Much as 14.7% Today

An important clinical trial delivered mixed results.


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Will a Strong Balance Sheet Protect Renewable Energy Group?

Selling prices for crude oil and biomass-based diesel are crashing at the worst possible time for the business.

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Beyond Meat Stock Pops on Stimulus Hopes, but Is It Premature?

Investors are anticipating a massive stimulus deal -- but it's only meant to soften the economic blow, not avoid it altogether.


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Lithium Demand for Electric Vehicles Could Grow 599% by 2025

The projections are likely to take a hit from the coronavirus pandemic, but the future for lithium remains strong.


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Here's Why The Best Is Yet to Come for Axsome Therapeutics

There are tangible near-term risks to the business in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, but investors with a long-term mindset could find this pharma stock attractive.


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Here's Why Gold and Silver Stocks Jumped Today

The market's wild ride through March continued, lifting prices of gold and silver from recent lows.


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Alliance Resource Partners Stock Keeps Falling

The dividend stock is no stranger to volatility, but this time might be different.