Bring on the Bull | GenomeWeb

Bring on the Bull

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Welcome back to what I’ve come to think of as the “bad news page.” Like you, I’ve had about enough of being inundated with news of the sagging financial state of the genomics industry, and watching our GTI sink lower and lower.

Sure, we’re in one of the worst bear markets in memory. But historically, bear markets happen far less frequently than bull markets, and are almost always followed by bulls much greater in growth than the bear was in loss.

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