Meet Contributor - Noah Kiedrowski

Founder of - a venue created to share investing ideas and strategies. I am a leading author and contributor on several crowd-sourced financial websites, namely Seeking Alpha and My area of emphasis is geared towards the overall healthcare industry (i.e. biotechnology, health insurers, large pharma, pharmacy benefit managers and pharmaceutical wholesalers) highlighting sector trends, political backdrop/current events, key developments and mergers and acquisitions. I am a biotechnology professional with a diverse scientific background and detailed knowledge in many therapeutic areas such as monoclonal antibodies and immunotherapies. I have a deep understanding of the clinical and regulatory aspects with respect to drug development and drug approvals. I have a personal interest in finance, investing and specifically options trading. My investment strategy is long-term/retirement-oriented while exploring avenues to maximize wealth in retirement. My analyses are focused on individual stocks, sector trends and niche opportunities.


Masters of Science in Molecular and Cellular Biology
Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences

3 thoughts on “Meet Contributor - Noah Kiedrowski

  1. I read your piece. Yes right on. The content would hardly be seen on CNBC and elsewhere. It is the type of article that may be evident only after the S&P has dropped below 4367 and 4233 and will be in a panic if 4056 is abrogated. Yes I'm very bearish and have been. A note of caution telling one to be a bit careful because from the high 4545.85 down to 4435.76 has been an A B and an ending diagonal. That move completed the head and shoulders even breaking the neckline followed by two attempts to move above the neckline. Now we may have come to a point from 4486.87 that the decline may be become impulsive. I'd like to keep in touch with you. I write a blog daily and intraday when necessary.

  2. Thank you for very interesting article/analysis on HQY
    The story is compelling (like all stories around the unfortunate facts of our growing age societies).
    Where do you see the risks in HQY? I can see several - especially from growing competition.

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