Is Regenxbio Inc (RGNX) a Good Buy?

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The 700+ hedge funds and money managers tracked by Insider Monkey have already compiled and submitted their 13F filings for the third quarter, which unveil their equity positions as of September 30. We went through these filings, fixed typos and other more significant errors and identified the changes in hedge fund positions. Our extensive review of these public filings is finally over, so this article is set to reveal the smart money sentiment towards Regenxbio Inc (NASDAQ:RGNX).

Is Regenxbio Inc (NASDAQ:RGNX) a buy here? The smart money is in an optimistic mood. The number of long hedge fund positions went up by 17 lately given that the company did its initial public offering in September. At the end of this article we will also compare RGNX to other stocks including U.S. Physical Therapy, Inc. (NYSE:USPH), Habit Restaurants Inc (NASDAQ:HABT), and American Residential Properties Inc (NYSE:ARPI) to get a better sense of its popularity.

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With all of this in mind, let’s take a glance at the key action surrounding Regenxbio Inc (NASDAQ:RGNX).

What have hedge funds been doing with Regenxbio Inc (NASDAQ:RGNX)?

According to Insider Monkey’s hedge fund database, Bain Capital’s Brookside Capital has the most valuable position in Regenxbio Inc (NASDAQ:RGNX), worth close to $42.6 million, corresponding to 1.3% of its total 13F portfolio. On Brookside Capital’s heels is Deerfield Management, led by James E. Flynn, holding a $29.4 million position; the fund has 1.1% of its 13F portfolio invested in the stock. Some other peers that are bullish consist of Anders Hove and Bong Koh’s VHCP Management, Joseph Edelman’s Perceptive Advisors and Jerome Pfund and Michael Sjostrom’s Sectoral Asset Management.

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