1. 1000 davita units will be using their Dialysate next month witch is acetate free, Has citrate which decreases heparin usage saving money due to heparin being expensive, 5 year contract and assuming more clinics to come.'
2. They have a 2 year contract for supplying the dialysate to nexttage home dialysis machines.
3. Calicitriol productiion which will increase profits. More and more clinics/hospitals using calcitirol due to effectiveness and cost
4. If new product gets FDA approval which is likely due to the fact that they took the study over from the NIH (national institute of health) and funded it themselves... so the study started in the government. The sky is the limit, They will have rights to a medication that every other country would love to use due to ease and effectiveness!
Just felt like a rant on a company I think is going places and who knows what's next. They are starting on more studies on iron iv nutrition.. Could be big also
Yes, we longs need a little perspective here about the promising nature of RMTI. Shorts (or their paid agents in places like Eastern Europe or India) have been bombarding this board with negative trash. Facts are that RMTI has developed an outstanding, useful, and life-enhancing/life-saving product and the payoff for us longs is around the corner.
I feel this board is headed back to a legitimate discussion board. Slashing these temporary short flies. They're just annoying. I've been on boards where shorts have angles and discernible argents (exel, amrn, srpt, cycc, etc) this stock is for real and the ONLY thing shorts state is TA charts. Well once Citritiol is approved we will be trading at 1x earnings. Disturbingly cheap, the towel is damp and longs are gonna twist every drop outa the shorts
I hope you are right James, I used to like to come on here and see what people had to say and then these J-offs started bombarding this board with all negativity. I guess it make them feel powerful to try and get a reaction. Those kind of people are not happy inherently and have to make themselves feel important.