Merck Ken Frazier

Merck has gone from almost $67 last year to now under $54 again and Frazier is to blame.

Huge layoffs.

More setbacks in Alzheimers and a broken pipeline.

What is he doing with the insane amount of free cash flow (8-10 billion)?

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The stock is in the $80's and the board is so thrilled with Frazier that they ignored their mandatory retirement policy in order to keep him on the job. They also gave him a big raise making him the third highest paid big pharma CEO. Maybe only Merck insiders should write about how Fraizer is doing because most stock market rejects don't have a knowledgeable opinion other than the fact they've lost a couple of grand on the stock.

Keytruda is going to define Ken's tenure at Merck. The drug is a cash cow, growing 66% last quarter to $2.15 billion in revenue. Now Keytruda gets approved for both high and low levels of PD-L1 in untreated non-small cell lung cancer patients. The rich keep getting richer and Keytruda will be Ken's legacy which isn't a bad thing.

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Back up to $61 but no growth. Buybacks up next?

The stock is in the $80's and the board is so thrilled with Frazier that they ignored their mandatory retirement policy in order to keep him on the job. They also gave him a big raise making him the third highest paid big pharma CEO. Maybe only Merck insiders should write about how Frazier is doing because most stock market rejects don't have a knowledgeable opinion other than the fact they've lost a couple of grand on the stock.

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Back up to $61 but no growth. Buybacks up next?

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