Are the Shorts Wrong About MAKO?
Dec 11th 2012 6:30PM
Updated Dec 12th 2012 9:52AM
MAKO Surgical is the surgical-robot company that many thought might become the next Intuitive Surgical . However, two terrible quarters to start the year hammered shares price and investor confidence. In this video, Motley Fool health-care analyst David Williamson tells us what the upside for MAKO might be and whether he thinks the short-sellers are right.
The recent market sell-off of MAKO Surgical shares has many wondering whether the potential growth prospects of the robotic-surgery company make this stock a buy or a stock to stay away from. To answer this question, Fool.com analyst and MAKO expert David Meier has written a premium research report covering all of the must-know details on the company, including key areas to watch and risks looming in the future. As a bonus, David will keep you informed with a full year of updates and guidance on MAKO Surgical as news breaks. Click here now to learn more and start reading.
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