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Good to see you Pencils. TMF's Beth McKenna did a write-up of Inmode last month:

It has a potentially huge total addressable market, with the global market for aesthetic procedures increasing, driven by the population aging and becoming heavier.

My initial reaction is that new IPOs are a dime a dozen, especially in the biomedical market space, and explosive growth out of the gate makes me more nervous than excited. I don't want to cheapen the company by saying that businesses like this are a dime a dozen or that chances are that it will merge or be acquired by a bigger biobeast, but I will say that I want to see them prove themselves first as a public entity. Give it a year or so to see if their first quarter of public earnings are just IPO exuberance or the first of many in this young company's future.

Who thinks it has lots of potential but it is still feeling out its legs as a public company and he wants to watch until it becomes a little more mature...

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