Consider Investing In These Disruptive Medical Companies In 2021
April 16, 2021 (Investorideas.com Newswire) Medtech is without a doubt one of the massive industries with incredible staying power. Especially considering the increased awareness of health issues brought about in 2020, medtech companies that innovate are some of the best investments you could consider.
What makes a medical company a good investment? There are good investments to be made in long-running pharmaceutical companies and the like. However, the exciting movement is happening in disruptive medtech businesses.
If you're looking for potential investments, consider the following medtech companies.
While still a private offering, GlassesUSA.com is a very exciting and disruptive medtech company offering glasses online. The idea behind GlassesUSA.com is to provide an entirely online experience when shopping for eyewear. You can get prescription eyeglasses or prescription sunglasses without having to plan an expensive visit to your optometrist.
When looking at the optometry industry from an investment perspective, be sure that you know how to interpret the different terms. Find information on topics like what does cyl mean on a glasses prescription, and what other factors a glasses-wearer needs to consider. With the understanding of how many details go into a glasses prescription, you will appreciate the strides GlassesUSA.com have made in simplifying the buying process.
ABLE Human Motion
ABLE is a company to keep on your radar for the foreseeable future. This Barcelona company is the first to manufacture robotic exoskeletons. The company was started in order to meet the need of improving mobility for people with disabilities. They want to provide a way for individuals without lower limb movement to finally be able to stand, walk, and sit down again.
Pre-sales on this remarkable innovation are starting in 2021. This company is yet another indicator that the future is now. They have such huge potential ahead of them, and investing in them when the time comes might be the best decision you make.
Intuitive Surgical (NASDAQ:ISRG)
A major name in surgery robotics, Intuitive Surgical (NASDAQ:ISRG) has had a tough past year. With COVID-19 dominating hospitals and the human psyche, few people were having elective surgeries. Many planned surgeries were postponed or even cancelled.
However, as we approach the end of the pandemic, we can expect to see Intuitive Surgical rebounding. After all, the company's system has until now been used in over seven million procedures. Elective surgeries are becoming more viable.
Intuitive Surgical (NASDAQ:ISRG) is a company that is already publicly-listed. You can already invest in them fairly easily by buying their stocks.
Teladoc Health (NYSE:TDOC)
Teladoc Health (NYSE:TDOC) has had the opposite trajectory in the pandemic. More and more people are accessing remote healthcare from home, and Teladoc is the biggest name. While you're not going to get cheap stocks, you can expect them to be fairly reliable. Unless something goes really wrong - for example, a mass lack of access to fast internet - remote healthcare will only get more popular over the coming months and years.
Whether you are a day trader or someone who dabbles your eye on the above companies, and consider investing in them, publicly or privately.
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