Muddy Waters Short-Sells Inogen, Citing Inflated Market Projections
The short seller that took on St. Jude Medical two years ago on cardiac-device cybersecurity now is targeting Inogen, maker of portable oxygen concentrators. Muddy Waters says the research firm that projected Inogen’s market penetration is way off and the company’s leadership is far too optimistic.
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