BALTIMORE, MD / ACCESSWIRE / November 18, 2020 / Goldman Small Cap Research, a stock market research firm specializing in the small cap and microcap sectors, announced today that it has published a new research report on Electromedical Technologies, Inc. (OTCQB:EMED). The Company is a pioneer in the development and manufacturing of bioelectronic devices, a multi-billion-dollar industry. This report carries a price target. To view the new research report, along with disclosures and disclaimers, or to download it in its entirety, please visit https://bit.ly/36KMOrb.
Electromedical Technologies, Inc. has been developing and manufacturing bioelectronics products since 2004 and to date over $11 million worth of the Company's current bioelectric device used to treat chronic and acute pain have been sold. Electromedical's offering is non-invasive, non-toxic and effective. According to Mizhou Securities USA, the estimated pain prescription market alone is $24 billion. Thus, the opportunity looms large for sufferers seeking to migrate to alternative, effective therapies for chronic pain.
In the Opportunity Research report, analyst Rob Goldman discusses the potential of the Company's new bioelectronic device under development for broad-based pain management and how it may potentially be used as a replacement for pharmaceuticals such as opioids.
Goldman noted, "The Company plans to introduce a smaller wearable version of its flagship product that can be used anywhere and comes at a very affordable price for consumers seeking effective treatments for pain. Moreover, the new WellnessPro POD is being designed with an established link between doctors and patients through a remote portal. This should allow doctors to actively monitor progress and modify treatments in real time, a novel telemedicine feature."
"The new form factor and substantially reduced price should result in meaningful sales adoption and growth upon introduction. Sales are expected to come from the existing customer base as well as those seeking alternatives to pharmaceuticals such as opioids. Moreover, the new monthly subscription service model should provide valuable recurring revenue to Electromedical," continued Goldman.
"Leveraging its FDA-cleared flagship's technology and innovative financial model, we forecast revenue could reach $17 million in 2022, following a late 2021 launch. Based on a valuation comparison with its peer group, the shares appear very undervalued. Still, our 12-month price target reflects a reasonable price/revenue multiple, which reflects a big discount to nearly all of its publicly-traded peers. If the Company achieves our projected growth trajectory it could be afforded a substantially greater valuation," Goldman concluded.
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