ASX Life Sciences stocks: Mr. Biotech thinks that 2023 could be a very good year to buy them

Marc Kennis Marc Kennis, May 1, 2023

ASX Life Sciences stocks are back, baby!

ASX Life Science stocks have suffered heavily in 2022 due to investors shifting out of risk assets, resulting in a bear market for biotech and medical devices. However, our own Mr. Biotech, Stuart Roberts, believes that now is a good time to buy ASX Life Science stocks, as many high-quality businesses are being overlooked due to poor sentiment.

The bear market has wiped out stocks that were overvalued due to COVID-19 enthusiasm and attracted tourist investors. Stuart sees this as an opportunity to invest in undervalued companies with potential for disruption, although they are currently trading below net asset backing and below cash.

He says stocks to look at include Race Oncology (ASX: RAC), Paradigm Biopharmaceuticals (ASX: PAR), Prescient Therapeutics (ASX: PTX).


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Stuart Roberts on AusBiz talking ASX Life Sciences stocks


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