True observation. I suppose that we haven't discussed it, so that we wouldn't jinx the stock, but it's noteworthy that CSL is up about 55% since March 6.Isn't that about the time that the biotechs et al. hit their highs, prior to dropping significantly? Could this be the famous "flight to quality?" Not to downplay the runup, but all that CSL has done is return to where it was last July (1999). I'll be excited when I see it climb new heights rather than old heights that it had previously given up. (Sheepishly) Especially when you consider that it was the old heights at which I entered.
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