Kerrisdale's Adrangi and Cohen talk to Tobias Carlisle on Acquirers Active about Kerrisdale's iRhythm $IRTC short.
Kerrisdale are short shares of iRhythm Technologies, a $2.3bn medical device company trading at over 15x sales despite facing multiple factors that will dramatically cut its revenue growth in the coming years. iRhythm’s Zio, developed over a decade ago and accounting for nearly all the company’s $150m in sales, is a one-lead heart rate monitor in patch form. This “extended Holter monitor” is worn by patients for up to 14 days, during which the device continuously records heart rhythm data. Each application of a Zio patch costs payors about two to four times what it would cost to use legacy monitoring modalities, but iRhythm claims that the Zio reduces costs for the healthcare system through increased effectiveness and better patient compliance…
Write-Up on IRTC: https://kerr.co/irtc
Disclosure: As of the publication date of this report, Tobias Carlisle, Acquirers Funds LLC and its affiliates (collectively “Acquirers”) and guests (collectively, the “Investors”) have short positions in and may own options on the stock of the company covered herein and stand to realize gains in the event that the price of the stock decreases.
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