Equities.com, Inc., the leading online financial media organization and social community for investors, companies, and advisors, has announced today that the Equities.com Independent Research Group (EIR) has initiated coverage on ExamWorks Group, Inc. (EXAM) .
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ExamWorks Group Coverage Highlights
- Revenue growth is very strong for EXAM, averaging more than 100% over the past several years.
- EXAM’s industry is fragmented, and the company serves as a key centralizing force.
- EXAM turned a profit for the first time last year.
- The company recently renegotiated their debt load at a much healthier interest rate.
- Management is strong and experienced.
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