Search the Site
BioRunUp.com User's Guide
With so much biotech information located on one site, we felt it would be wise to create a basic user's guide to ensure our subscriber's get the most from BioRunUp.com
Read each item carefully and follow the steps to take full advantage of all we offer.
Request Access for the PRIVATE Twitter Feed
For paid subscribers ONLY we have a private twitter feed, where we post instant notification of our buys/sells. To request access to this feed, you MUST do the following, in this EXACT order:
1. You must have a Twitter Account
2. Send an email to PrivateTweets@biorunup.com including your Twitter Username and Email address you used to subscribe to BioRunUp (for verification purposes).
3. From your Twitter Account visit http://twitter.com/BioRunUpTrades and request to follow BioRunUpTrades (click on the button)
We will manually match up your email address/ Twitter ID / BioRunUp Account and allow access. This process may take 24-48 hours.
To learn how to have twitter SMS text you on our tweets, click HERE
Once this is complete you can set up to recieve @BioRunUpTrades tweets via SMS. Using Twitter, follow the steps outlined below:
Get to know the BioRunUp Crew
Read about us through our "About Us" webpage (link), as well as following us on Twitter:
Mark Messier: @BioRunUp
Mike Havrilla: @MikeHavrilla
Steve Johannson: @SteveJo22
Nick DeCesare: @BioBullStock
Bill Rusnak: @TraderMed
Sign Up for Daily Emails
We use Google's Feedburner email subscription service to distribute daily emails of articles. If there is no article you do not receive an email. To sign up for these emails, click HERE.
Use the BioRunUp Live Chat
Discuss events live, ask questions, and get to know your fellow subscribers in the BioRunUp live chatroom. Just a few ground rules to follow:
- Keep in clean
- Keep it informative
- Be respectful of others opinions
- Do not dominate the chat
FDA / Clinical Events Calendar
One of the original features of BioRunUp.com is the FDA / Clinical Catalyst Calendar. To learn more about an item, click on the event on the calendar.
Most of the events on the calendar are FDA related, as it is not often that a clinical catalyst has a specified and concrete date, although this is possible.
The Calendar is free to all, but the downloadable reports are for paid subscribers only. Click HERE to view the calendar.
Watch Past Webinars
We host live webinars twice monthly, and all webinars are recorded and available for on-demand viewing by subscribers. Click HERE to view.
Follow us on Twitter
We are both active Twitter users. If you do not have a Twitter account, it is worth signing up and following your favorite traders. For current information, links to new articles, and notifications of trades follow:
Due to the nature of our subscription service we do not post our trades on Twitter. However, when we do make trades we post updates and links for our paid subscribers to be able to view our trades. Remember though, we are not day traders and most positions are opened and closed at pre-determined intervals.
Download/ View Validation Studies and Analyst Reports
Our "Valuation Studies" and "Bio-Analysis Reports" include extremely detailed information on FDA catalyst run-ups. Using industry accepted valuation formulas, we attempt to calculate the true run-up potential of an binary catalyst. Click HERE for Validation Studies.
Analyze the Bio-Catalyst Spreadsheet
One of the best ways to stay ahead of the curve is to DAILY scan over the bio-catalyst spreadsheet. This spreadsheet is where our trades originate from. 10-15 updates are made daily to this document and are often the basis for articles, such as EXAS, ASTM, and ARMN. Find the next catalyst before the masses and make large percentage gains. Click HERE to view the spreadsheet.
View our Trading Accounts
Screenshots are updated once daily during trading days in which trades are made. For detailed explanations of each trade and multiple updates throughout the trading day, visit the forums. For Mark's click HERE. For Mike's account click HERE.
Glossary of Commonly Used Terms and Abbreviations