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InMode Stock: Small Cap Big Moat

Dec. 02, 2021 6:51 AM ETInMode Ltd. (INMD)13 Comments
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George Theodosi


  • InMode shares have traded down over 20% in the last month.
  • Using a DCF into 2025, we can see what sort of growth the market is pricing in after rallying several hundred percent over the last 18 months.
  • Considering InMode has no debt and is growing in the high double digits with strong margins suggests its products are in demand and are capable of penetrating new markets.

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Business Model

Growing revenues from $153M in 2019 to being on target to hit $346M in 2021 while also expanding EBIT margins from 38% (2019) to 48% (estimate for 2021) is beyond impressive. I came across InMode (

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Private investor seeking high returns while maintaining a low Beta. My core strategy involves finding fairly valued companies usually based on a conservative 5 yr DCF. Low risk / high return investments where sentiment is misplaced. Follows both topdown / bottom up process and strongly believes in high conviction investing.

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