very nice!! Owned this years ago and made decent money. It is in a good mkt sector and it appears that the sector is getting more attention. Perhaps because of the aging of America
Well, whatever the future, the street clearly likes what they've heard because we've gone nothing but up since the earnings announcement and CC. If nothing else, my move was lucky in timing!
I would be thrilled with those numbers, but they might be too optimistic. Mgmt seems to be spending a lot of $$ on SG&A, but the number of at home patients seems to be stuck at 5K-6K. Not sure they're getting much bang for their buck there, but hopefully the new features (nocturnal, high flow, etc) will help. I think they could be profitable now, but with their spending habits, it might take a while longer than your one year window.
I don't follow closely anymore.
The highest priority has always been for mgmt to reward themselves.
Patients and shareholders - not so much.
Wasted potential IMO.
I had recently sold some trading shares and looking at the simple chart on finvix thought it may go lower on ER and was surprised by the bounce.
Seriousely I don't see these mgmt folsk ever letting the company be profitable. They are jsut gonna milk it as long as they can as they keep adding to their golden parachutes.
If I were on dialysis or knew someone who was I'd really be annoyed. As an investor I'm just simply annoyed but hang on to some shares to remember to look at the stock from time to time.
Hopefully someday this stock will reach it's potential.
Good luck to you.
I tripled down into earnings and am not disappointed with the market's response. I suspect that the co.'s transition to autonomous sales in the EU will boost revenue beginning in 2 quarters and profitability is one year away. Look to one of the bigger players to start sniffing around for a buyout in 24-36 months. By that time, we will have north of $500 million in annual sales and a market cap north of 1.5 billion, IMO.
Emergency situations are covered with pre-mixed bags of dialysis solution by NxStage. Every patient trains on using bags even if they will primarily use the PureFlow. The availability of the bags is also what makes it possible for a NxStage patient to travel with their system. Users of the Fresenius Baby-K are tied to the reverse osmosis water system that must be installed for their home hemodialysis. I don't know what the Fresenius users can do in an emergency except find an open dialysis center.
Glad I sold my trading shares for yesterday - I may even buy them back soon since stock is has been at 10.75 today.
ANother day or so of this and I'll buy them back.
Nxstage pure flow relies on outside water but what if there was a water emergency. Nxstage should have a water generator tied to there unit for emergency situations
Does anyone here think that NXTM and RMTI should merge or in some way become one co.? I can see some synergies here if they do, including a better hardware/supplies co., larger market cap and potential for bigger market impact.