Why I Bought SIGA for Monkeypox

Published July 26, 2022

Monkeypox investing is CRAZY RISKY.

Do not do it unless you have big brass balls like me.

So I’m in SIGA which is up 8% today. I didn’t tell you yesterday because I don’t talk about what I buy/sell within 24 hours of hitting the button.

SIGA make an antiviral drug called TPOXX. It’s approved in the EU and the US is stockpiling it. (source: Barron’s)

The reason I’m in SIGA is because it’s a call option on world governments freaking out over MonkeyPox. 

The stock could go to $1 or $100. So I can lose big and I can win big.

After what we went through with the last pandemic, no one wants to be accused of ignoring Monkeypox.

I predict governments all around the world will buy absurd amounts of anything related to curing or preventing Monkeypox.

That’s why I am rolling the dice with SIGA.

Hopefully, Monkeypox turns out to be smaller-than-expected… but in case it’s not, I want to be prepared.

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